Bree Fram
Lieutenant Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel Bryan Bree Fram, B, is an active duty astronautical engineer (rocket scientist) in the US Air Force currently serving as Materiel Leader, Cyberspace Integration and Transition at the Air Force Research Laboratory in Rome, NY. Previously B was the Iraq Country Director in Air Force International Affairs stationed at the Pentagon responsible for overseeing all Air Force security cooperation with Iraq. In earlier assignments Lt Col Fram was the executive officer in the Air Force Directorate of Strategic Plans, a Legislative Fellowship at the US Capitol serving on the staff of Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo, served multiple tours as a program manager for satellite and technology programs and deployed to Qatar and Iraq as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. B publicly came out as transgender (gender-fluid/non-binary) on the day the transgender ban in the military was dropped in 2016. B's pronouns are based on gender-presentation, electronically either work. B has received the warm support of friends, family and colleagues.| Lt Col Fram is a board member of SPART*A, an organization that advocates and educates about transgender military service and is dedicated to the support of over 800 transgender service members. B has provided educational briefings on transgender and diversity issues to military and civilian audiences and is available for speaking engagements or media. B has been married for 14 years to Peg Fram and they have two girls, age 10 and 6.