Kevin Dennehy Joins Inside GNSS Editorial Staff

Kevin Dennehy Joins Inside GNSS Editorial Staff
Kevin Dennehy with Gen. Peter Pace, former head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, at an Association for Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) conference.

Kevin Dennehy, a seasoned GNSS industry conference developer, columnist and writer and a retired Army National Guard officer, has joined Inside GNSS. As managing editor, he will be responsible for reporting online about the GNSS industry and working with Editor and Publisher Glen Gibbons on the print edition.

Contact him with company news and new product announcements at <kevin@insidegnss.com>.

Kevin Dennehy, a seasoned GNSS industry conference developer, columnist and writer and a retired Army National Guard officer, has joined Inside GNSS. As managing editor, he will be responsible for reporting online about the GNSS industry and working with Editor and Publisher Glen Gibbons on the print edition.

Contact him with company news and new product announcements at <kevin@insidegnss.com>.

Dennehy developed and produced the 2016 Driverless Conference in San Francisco and was the founder and director of GPS-Wireless, a conference that covered the mobile information markets industry for 15 years. 

A journalist with two decades of  experience with GNSS business and technology, he has been a columnist for GPS World; a managing editor for Recon, an international history travel magazine; senior editor for Global Positioning and Navigation News, a biweekly newsletter and GPS Strategic Directions, a quarterly magazine. He co-authored the 2014 guidebook, The D-Day Assault: A Guide to the Normandy Landings after 70 Years.

He has been a reporter and photographer for The Washington Times, the Greeley Daily Tribune, and Alamosa Valley Courier, covering sports, education, local government and federal agencies.

Dennehy retired from the Army National Guard in 2014 with the rank of colonel. He was a Special Forces officer with combat experience in Afghanistan and Iraq and deployments to Bosnia, Germany, Korea, and the
Horn of Africa. 

Dennehy has earned degrees in law, history, and journalism. He lives and works in Denver, Colorado

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