Over twenty-five years of logistics expertise in distribution requirements planning, supply chain processes, and quality assurance. Recognized for providing outstanding and continual support with developing and implementing process controls and quality improvement initiatives which reduced costs and increased organization revenue.
Ground and air transportation
Shipment consolidations planning
Logistics network analysis
Works well independently
Surpassed the standard while working overseas by successfully directing the distribution of 132,000 personnel and 27,000 tons of baggage on over 6,000 missions over a period of 60 days without a single delay or safety incident.
Ensured superior Quality Assurance results for supply and aircraft maintenance achieving 99.5% inventory accuracy supporting an $70 million Logistics Support Contract.
Recipient of the Company Grade Officer of the Year Achievement Award in December 2011.
Recipient of the Logistics Readiness Officer of the Year Achievement Award in December 2015.
08/2015 - 08/2016
US Air Force － MacDill Air Force Base (Tampa), FLLogistics Planning Officer
US Central Command Headquarters oversees more than 150,000 personnel serving in the Middle East and is responsible for US security interests in 27 nations stretching from the Horn of Africa through the Arabian Gulf region and into Central Asia.
Duties: Coordinated various tasks and responsibilities in order to maintain supply chain processes. As part of a 900-member staff, attended weekly working groups and provided subject matter expertise guidance for all four service components and allied partners serving throughout the Middle East. Advised executive leadership on sustainment and procurement efforts to improve supply chain and distribution operations supporting ongoing insurgencies and other crisis around the region.
Identified a shortfall involving a watercraft vessel: potential deficiency would have caused distribution bottlenecks and prevented supplies from reaching 4,000 personnel serving in the hostile region; presented data, highlighted barriers, and emphasized options to Department of US Army briefing which resolved the shortfall and retained vital resources and capabilities.
Handpicked to participate as a logistics mentor during the "first-ever" US /Bahrain Exchange and Combat Rehearsal:tested Bahrain Defense Forces' supply chain designs, theories and strategies during mutual maneuver; validated bilateral agreement, which permitted and expanded access to a trusted Middle Eastern partner fortifying critical US interests within the region.
07/2014 - 08/2015
US Air Force － Gyeonggi-do (Osan Air Base) , Republic of South KoreaDirector of Distribution
Osan Air Base is home to the 51st Fighter Wing with 8,500
US personnel. Their mission is to provide combat ready forces in the defense of the Republic of
Korea and guard the freedom of 51 million citizens by deterring aggression, defending the
Republic of Korea, and defeating any attack against the Alliance.
Duties: Led 159 US military and Korean contracted-personnel and controlled $85 million in
resources, facilities, and budget while directing daily operations at a strategic combat-enabled
airfield involving distribution procedures, airlift command and control, and aircraft maintenance
for six different military and commercial aircraft.
Improved installation's emergency response procedures: Re-designed the
installation's contingency plan by partnering with a local flying squadron to deliver 840 personnel
and 20 short-tons of equipment using aircraft engine running on/off load procedures; innovative
idea reduced aircraft ground-time by 50% and improved distribution of assets by 30%.
Directed the shipping and receiving procedures during $7 million airfield ramp
construction project: Synchronized 610 flights and sustained operations despite a 40% loss in
05/2011 - 07/2014
US Air Force － Tampa (MacDill Air Force Base), FLChief, Movements Division
Special Operations Command Central is responsible for planning special operations throughout the Middle East; planning and
conducting peacetime joint/combined special operations training exercises; orchestrating
command and control of peacetime and wartime special operations as directed.
Duties: Coordinated transportation and other logistics tasks for Special Operations Forces
maneuvering throughout the Middle East; developed distribution procedures and verified
requirements for operational and emergency plans; collaborated with numerous agencies to
synchronize movement and advised subordinate work groups on governing policies and
Led problem-solving efforts to transport an outsized piece of freight: Partnered with
personnel operating at an overseas seaport, developed an alternate option, and enabled movement
of freight by sealift; objective eliminated an airlift requirement and saved the Department of
Solved unanticipated, critical logistical shortfall: Collaborated with personnel at an
overseas installation to procure and position 1,000 lbs. of provisions, resulting in successful
execution of classified Counter-Narcotics objectives.
Sought opportunity to settle organization's transportation account code issues:
Created an inter-theater checklist and resolved $170,000 in erroneous payments, thereby restoring
distribution procedures in the Middle East and eliminating future Department of Defense deficits.
05/2007 - 05/2011
US Air Force － Wright Patterson Air Force Base (Dayton), OHChief, Logistics Contracts Management Branch
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base provides operational support for more than 100 associate
units. The base has two runways supporting an average of 47,000 aircraft operations annually. The base is responsible for three primary missions:
operating the installation; training and deploying expeditionary Airmen in support of joint
operations, and defending the base and its people.
Duties: Led a logistics team and quality assurance for an $84 million support contract involving
supply chain, distribution, and maintenance for 20,000 members at Wright-Patterson AFB. Managed a $15 million supply stock fund and account with $13 million in sales. Analyzed
monthly quality assurance inspection reports and performance metrics to identify, recommend,
and implement corrective actions to adverse trends.
Resolved crisis-response issues, which prevented the installation from meeting
timely deployment procedures: Restructured the installations hazardous freight procedures by
restoring training and certification procedures. New policies demonstrated significant
improvements in crisis response and ultimately led to an unprecedented "excellent" rating during
a biennial logistics compliance inspection, a first in over ten years
Education and Training
Riddle Aeronautical University － Daytona Beach, FL, USProfessional Aeronautics
Riddle Aeronautical UniversityDaytona Beach, FLAeronautical Science
Department of Defense
Budget planning, contract management, customer service, communication skills, detail-oriented, forecasting, quality assurance & inspection, leadership, organizational, payroll, personnel, policies, problem-solving, procurement, receiving, repairs, requirement, sales, shipping, and technical