ICYMI: John Teichert’s Vision for Maryland’s Senate on FOX 45

October 4, 2023

Air Force Brigadier General John Teichert (Ret), a seasoned fighter pilot and test pilot, discussed his candidacy for U.S. Senate in Maryland. Teichert’s remarkable journey, from taking his oath of office alongside his future wife at the age of 17, to his three decades of dedicated service in the military, underlines his unwavering commitment to…

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Brigadier General (Ret) John Teichert announced he is running to represent the people of Maryland in the United States Senate

October 3, 2023

BALTIMORE, Md. — Today, Brigadier General (Ret) John Teichert announced he is running to represent the people of Maryland in the United States Senate. “I have spent the last 33 years defending our country and ensuring it remains the shining city on the hill, but our flag is faltering. We are disrespected abroad while our politicians fail us at home,” Teichert said in a statement announcing…

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Be Tactically Content And Strategically Restless: Interview With Brigadier General John Teichert

July 1, 2023

I recently went one on one with Brigadier General John Teichert, who recently retired from the United States Air Force and subsequently served as Senior Defense Official and Defense Attache to Iraq and Assistant Deputy Undersecretary of the Air Force, International Affairs. Adam: Thanks again for taking the time to share your advice. First things…

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5 Lessons I Learned From My Military Experience about How To Survive And Thrive During A Time Of Crisis

May 17, 2023

An interview with Brigadier General John Teichert of The United States Air Force Communicate, Communicate, Communicate — There are various stakeholders that are eager for your time, energy, and attention during a crisis. A leader needs to prioritize these stakeholders and communicate proactively to them as much as possible. This will include communication to your…

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The US and China: Deterrence in the Danger Zone 

January 15, 2023

Success depends on decreasing the perceived likelihood that a Chinese invasion of Taiwan would succeed, minimizing the perceived benefits, and increasing the expected costs. When U.S. Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Mike Gilday said in October that China might imminently invade Taiwan, it shocked the national security community. Just a week later, Secretary of State Antony Blinken echoed and…

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