While only 28 years old, Captain Adam Dunn has served as a special operations combat systems officer and has worked diligently to support the nation's most elite joint special operations warfighters. On seven overseas deployments, Capt. Dunn has hunted the nation's most wanted terrorists, providing direct support to the special operations teams who bring terrorists and insurgents to justice. Captain Adam Dunn graduated from the Theta Eta chapter at American University in 2007 earning a BA in International Relations, Cum Laude and with University Honors. After commissioning as an officer in the United States Air Force, Capt. Dunn attended Undergraduate Combat Systems Officer training at Randolph AFB, TX. After earning his wings and graduating first in his class of 17, Capt. Dunn was assigned to Air Force Special Operations Command at Hurlburt Field, Fla. to fly the U-28A manned intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft. Capt. Dunn has been on seven deployments across three continents and has spent over 425 days overseas.