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Rebecca Jones Executive Assistant to the President For a listing of current Committee Chairpersons, Government Liaisons, and Chapter & Regional Presidents, please visit the Association website at www.ndtahq.com. EDITORIAL OBJECTIVES The editorial objectives of the Defense Transportation Journal are to advance knowledge and science in defense logistics and transportation and the partnership between the commercial transportation industry and the government transporter. DTJ stimulates thought and effort in the areas of defense transportation, logistics, and distribution by providing readers with: • News and information about defense logistics and transportation issues • New theories or techniques • Information on research programs • Creative views and syntheses of new concepts • Articles in subject areas that have significant current impact on thought and practice in defense logistics and transportation • Reports on NDTA Chapters EDITORIAL POLICY The Defense Transportation Journal is designed as a forum for current research, opinion, and identification of trends in defense transportation and logistics. The opinions expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily of the Editors, the Editorial Review Board, or NDTA. EDITORIAL CONTENT Archives are available to members on www.ndtahq.com. Sharon Lo, Managing Editor, DTJ NDTA 50 South Pickett Street, Suite 220 Alexandria, VA 22304-7296 703-751-5011 • F 703-823-8761 sharon@ndtahq.com

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The Birth of the DTJ

By Lori Leffler, Chair, NDTA Special Projects Committee and COL Dennis Edwards, USA (Ret.), NDTA Life Member

Founded in 1944, NDTA will be celebrating its 75th Anniversary in 2019. To commemorate this milestone event, we will be publishing a series of articles selected from our archives that will highlight important events in our Association’s history.

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oday’s NDTA dates back to October 11, 1944 and to the successful launch of the Army Transportation Association (ATA), the forerunner to the National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA). One of the many challenges to the fledgling organization was to get the word out of its existence, and to start an energetic membership recruitment drive; no sophisticated social media, cell phones or internet back then! They depended heavily on word of mouth and the printed word. Thus, when the Association voted to publish its own magazine, the idea was readily approved. Volume I, Number I was launched in February 1945, less than five months from the date ATA’s charter was signed. What followed for the rest of 1945 were 11 more journals jam packed with wartime transportation related articles. All were written by volunteer writers and illustrated by amateur artists. There was no budget for photography, and official military photos were hard to come by. You can see the first Journal cover from February 1945 above, as well as the January 1946 issue on page 130. Those first few years of the ATA were exciting times and much was initiated that would become the foundation of today’s defense transportation and logistics doctrine. Set during the waning years of WWII, many of the issues concerned the future of the Army Transportation Corps itself. Would it become a basic branch of the Army structure or would it be a subset of the Quartermaster General as it was during WWI? What about the role of troop transports and port operations, and where do rail and highway operations fit into the picture? In time, all of these issues were resolved and the Defense Transportation Journal became must See 75th Anniversary pg. 130


PRESIDENT’S CORNER Building Partnership VADM William A. Brown, USN (Ret.) NDTA President & CEO COMMITTED TO STRATEGIC RELATIONSHIPS

“Timing is Everything.” You hear that phrase often. Strategic relationships will eat timing for lunch. Strategic relationships are not about “winner takes all.” They are deliberate connections, built on trust over time—and they ensure purposes and goals of the relationship(s) are fulfilled. In this, the annual Almanac edition of the Defense Transportation Journal, you can see the relationships, both industry and government, that NDTA has forged. These relationships are vital to our Association and to our nation. NDTA’s goal is to build a trusted environment that enables government and industry have a neutral space for collabo-

Registration is now open for the NDTA-USTRANSCOM Fall Meeting at www.ndtahq.com/events/fall-meeting/. The meeting is being held 22-25 October at the Gaylord National Harbor in National Harbor, MD. This meeting is not only a shining example of a strategic relationship in action—it is an important opportunity for you to make connections and build your own strategic relationships. I hope you will plan to join us. ration (and action). This priority ensures a trusted strategic relationship, which assists in maintaining the interactions that are so important for our national defense. I think it is important that our industry partners reflect on why they belong and support NDTA—how is your organization and how are you personally working to strengthen the strategic relationship between military, government and industry?

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Auxiliary crane ship Gem State, an over 50-year-old steam ship, is one of the 46 vessels assigned to the Maritime Administration’s Ready Reserve Force. US Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Billy Ho/Released.

Maintaining Our Maritime Force By Richard Berkowitz Director, Operations, Transportation Institute

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lthough the US flag maritime industry faces many hurdles, moving forward its strategic partnership with the US military remains critical, symbiotic, and multi-faceted. Traditionally, the industry and military have long allied themselves to support a strong private sector merchant marine in Congress through legislation. A role gaining increasing recognition, respect, and achievement is the collaboration between the armed services and maritime industry with regard to hiring veterans for all facets of maritime employment. Such collaboration remains mutually beneficial on numerous levels–not least being the impact on career opportunities for veterans and separating service members.

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The decline of available commercial mariners to crew the Maritime Administration’s (MARAD) National Defense Reserve Fleet (NDRF) and, most critically, the active component of these assets is repeatedly underscored by top sea service leadership when testifying in Congress or when asked to share their insights on national defense strategic vulnerabilities. The active component is comprised of 46 vessels in the Ready Reserve Fleet (RRF) and 15 vessels in the Military Sealift Command’s (MSC) surge component, maintained with skeletal crews in anticipation of ramping up to full operational levels on a five or ten-day readiness schedule. At a 2017 Congressional House hearing, US Transportation


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Sailors aboard the San Antonio-Class amphibious transport dock USS New York (LPD 21) receive pallets of supplies from the Henry J. Kaiser-class underway replenishment oiler USNS Patuxent (T-AD 201) during a replenishment-at-sea. Such experience showcases why service members are uniquely qualified for work in the maritime industry. US Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Juan A. Soto-Delgado/Released.

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At this same hearing, Maritime Administrator RADM Mark Buzby (USN, Ret.), stated the Jones Act “is foundational to our merchant marine as it is today. It’s the ships, it’s the mariners, which are critical. And it’s the infrastructure that supports the shipbuilding and ship repair part of the industry and all of the supply chain that has impact on our government shipbuilding programs as well. The costs of all those and the availability of shipbuilders are greatly impacted by that. So [the Jones Act] has far ranging impact.” Administrator Buzby cautioned Congress in the beginning of 2018 that, “while it appears possible to find enough qualified American mariners for an initial four to six months of sealift surge, sustaining safe oper-

ations with qualified crew could be impacted if a sealift surge exceeded six months… surge vessels would require roughly 3,860 mariners for sustained operation. This is in addition to continued operation of much of the privately-owned fleet.” This sense of caution stands to reason given the US flagged fleet in the global trades has gone from 106 large deep-sea vessels in 2012 to just 81 today, and merely 1.5 percent of our international cargo is carried on US flagged ships. Military planners generally agree there is a shortage of some 2,000 mariners, roughly split between licensed officers and credentialed deep-sea crew, needed for ongoing operation and sustainment of the reserve fleet beyond an engagement lasting more than six months.


Aside from the scarcity of US-citizen mariners experienced to operate ocean-going vessels, there are other structural hurdles hampering the development of a sufficient mariner pool in times of national emergency or conflict. Most notably is the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchstanding for Seafarers (STCW) as amended. These marine training and safety requirements have come into full force since January 2017. They mandate more sea-time, classroom training, security documentation (further restricted by US-centric regulations) and demonstrated skill proficiency. This leads to increased costs in time and money for individuals to obtain or retain credentials for a maritime career. Not surprisingly, these directives have further shrunken the pool of available mariners to be employed on deepdraft vessels. It also diminishes the ability of the Department of Homeland Security and US Coast Guard (USCG) to quickly certify new or retired mariners when a sudden manpower surge is needed. Last, for the millennial generation and those following them there is a little famil-

iarity with maritime employment. Containerization and the pace of the global supply chain have changed much of the lionized nature of seafaring. We are way past the vision of adventure gained from “Old Spice” commercials portraying a ruddy and dashing seaman heading up a gangway with a duffel bag on his shoulder.

travel, appreciation for the chain of command, ability to work in dynamic environments, a defined career-ladder, mission orientation, and assignment flexibility that typifies the working life of every service member. Civilian mariners have much greater flexibility as to when they wish to be employed, the type of vessel they sign

Frankly, sea-going employment has much of what military folks appreciate of their service careers, while avoiding much of what they may have disliked. In contrast to many other industrial sectors, maritime provides and values substantial skills training, discipline, travel, appreciation for the chain of command, ability to work in dynamic environments, a defined career-ladder, mission orientation, and assignment flexibility that typifies the working life of every service member. Nonetheless, for veterans or those separating from the service, maritime occupational paths are a profession worth investigating and pursuing. Frankly, sea-going employment has much of what military folks appreciate of their service careers, while avoiding much of what they may have disliked. In contrast to many other industrial sectors, maritime provides and values substantial skills training, discipline,

onto, the location from which they chose to work from, and where they voyage to. Within reason, they can terminate their assignment without a dishonorable discharge. A surefire bonus is they can avoid billeting with twenty or more of their closest shipmates, as most ships provide each crew member with their own stateroom. Furthermore, when considering a career in the commercial maritime sector, the

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use of a military-to-civilian skills translator is not a necessity. What the veteran has reflected on their DD-214 [military discharge form] is of much greater concern to maritime recruiters than how creative one is in writing a resume or whether they are “dressed for success” for an interview. The concept of Military-to-Mariner (M2M) as a value proposition has gained steady and widespread appreciation in recent years. This includes support from

The policy that we have followed for years in the US is that we rely on the commercial US merchant marine to employ and train enough mariners to serve on both those commercial vessels but also to generate a surplus that we use on federal vessels to meet our sealift requirements…the challenge that we have today is that the US commercial fleet is no longer large enough to provide both of those needs. the White House to Congress, corporate boardrooms to labor union halls, top military brass to federal regulators, and beyond. M2M engenders a virtuous circle. By making the transition for those with military experience into the maritime sector less arduous we solve a number of concurrent problems. We are better able to meet industry employment demands for qualified mariners, improve homeland security in our ports and along our waterways by attaining a workforce for which being observant of security issues is second nature, meet military planners concerns for maintaining a reliable and experienced pool of mariners to meet defense/national emergency surge demands of the US merchant marine, reduce unemployment compensation and transfer payments taken directly out of the Pentagon’s and Veterans Affairs’ budgets for dislocated veterans, as well as improve military recruitment, retention, and performance by demonstrating to those considering entering the military the viability of a service career leading to a successful private sector transition upon separation. Moreover, for those who may be uncomfortable reentering the civilian world, the structure and familiarity of sea18

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going employment may be a most appropriate fit for many veterans. Discussions of these objectives and development of a strategic response thereof have been held in a number of forums. These include the Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration, the Department of Homeland Security’s USCG National Maritime Center (NMC) and Merchant Personnel Advisory Committee, the US Congress (with hearings and listening sessions conducted by the House Transportation Committee, Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation), the Executive Office of the President, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Office of the Secretary of Defense, and the industry coalition group American Maritime Partnership (AMP). Through legislation, consensus, concerted initiatives, targeted budgeting and rulemaking tangible achievements have occurred and more are underway. The service member now has less impediments and greater opportunities to find a maritime career as a result. Some of these include the: • Howard Coble Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Act of 2014 amended sea-time requirements for uniformed services members to extend the period of qualifying sea service for officers from the previous three years to the previous seven years; • USCG National Maritime Center has enhanced the ability of service members to have their credentialing submissions reviewed by staff who are subject matter experts in military sea service records, providing swifter and improved approval rates; • Army, Navy, and Coast Guard have increasingly submitted more formal courses and training for approval by the NMC and many more courses have been approved for credit towards civilian ratings and officer credentials; • Navy has enhanced their credentialing website, Navy COOL (www.cool.navy. mil/usn/index.htm), whereby their members can better access what career opportunities they are eligible for and what gaps in training/sea-time they may need to fill for a civilian maritime position; • Military personnel can attain and be reimbursed for the cost of their Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) and Merchant Mariner Credential (MMC) while in the service;

• USCG Academy graduates now have the opportunity to obtain a domesticonly merchant mariner credential endorsement as a master of less than 100 Gross Tons upon near coastal waters; • USCG is agreeable to accepting military random drug screenings and periodic physical exams when a separating service member applies for their MMC; • USCG has made it more practicable for determining who is a qualified accessor for onboard assessments and for evaluating courses and instructors to meet approval standards; and • Navy and USCG have provided improved access to clarify the M2M process through publication of the following: – www.cool.navy.mil/usn/pubs/ blueprint2mariner.pdf and – www.dco.uscg.mil/Portals/9/ NMC/pdfs/brochures/Military_ Brochure.pdf Ironically, the US Army’s Maritime Training Division at Fort Eustis is recognized as the military’s gold standard when it comes to military training meeting or exceeding the criteria set by NMC. They are proud to be recognized as the only military branch “schoolhouse” producing mariners who need no additional testing to receive their USCG credentials. A career in maritime is not limited to those who have a sea service enlisted rating or officer designation typically associated with navigation, engineering, or fabrication. Although the military has increasingly sought contractors to provide food services at base installations, Culinary Specialists (CS) ratings from all the services, whether shore-side or onboard a vessel, are welcome to gain some additional basic safety training and specialty galley training. In doing so, they can be working in the steward department on a ship in a matter of weeks. Some MSC assets, in addition to the vessels they manage themselves, are contracted out for management to experienced private sector companies. Often these vessels include required duty positions not organic to the merchant marine. These Navy and USCG positions (or their equivalent in the Air Force or Army) may include Logistics Specialist (LS), Storekeeper (SK), Electronics Technician/Officer (ET/ETO), Medical Department Representative (Professional Nurse, Hospital Corpsman–with independent duty certi-


MILITARY TO MARITIME CAREERS

Careers in Maritime The Military2Maritime career fairs like those pictured provide career information and hiring forums for current, separating, and veteran military personnel who are interested in pursuing a career in the US flag maritime industry—both shipyard and shipboard positions. Additionally, the events give maritime employers the chance to recruit America’s finest for their workforce. Building on the success of the career fairs, the American Maritime Partnership launched the Military to Maritime digital career platform. Like its in-person counterpart, the digital platform was designed to connect veterans with career opportunities in the US shipbuilding and maritime industry, as well as provide training and credentialing information on transitioning from the military service to the maritime sector. More than a job board, this helps to make the transition process smoother for veterans. Connecting mission-focused and qualified veterans and active military with careers in the maritime industry, is a win-win for both maritime companies and those veterans that find careers in this vibrant industry. Individuals seeking job opportunities can visit www.militarytomaritime.org/ candidates-registration/ to register for access to a resume builder, job applications, bookmarks, job alerts and account details. Employers should visit https:// militarytomaritime.org/employersregistration/ to register their company. Once applications are reviewed and approved, employers may begin posting jobs.

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fication, and Physician Assistant). Others without these ratings or deck/engine credentials, who are interested in a maritime career are encouraged to seek entry positions through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or Military Sealift Command. Once they have attained a merchant marine rating through these organizations they can look for opportunities through the private sector. In any case, those who have secret clearances would be of particular interest to some MSC contractors who are required to maintain crew with such clearances. Many veterans can use their Montgomery GI Bill benefits towards necessary training/certifications. Those currently in the service can often use the expanded Department of Defense flexibility on tuition assistance to prepare early for a civilian maritime career while still in uniform. Other veterans may also find a path to maritime labor unions who offer career training and employment through their own affiliated schools/apprenticeships. Finally, a new website is presented by the American Maritime Partnership. Building on the success of AMP’s Military

to Maritime career forums held from coast to coast, the new M2M digital career platform seeks to connect veterans with career opportunities in the US shipbuilding a maritime industry along with providing training and credentialing information on transitioning from military service to the maritime sector.

More information can be found at: https://militarytomaritime.org/ Or in the January-April 2017 USCG Proceedings: http://digitaleditions.walsworthprintgroup. com/publication/?i=408860#{“issue_ id”:408860,”page”:0}

The Department of Transportation’s senior executive, Joel Szabat, has stated, “The policy that we have followed for years in the US is that we rely on the commercial US merchant marine to employ and train enough mariners to serve on both those commercial vessels but also to generate a surplus that we use on federal vessels to meet our sealift requirements… the challenge that we have today is that

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Joint Chiefs of Staff (Logistics Directorate, J-4)......................................................................................27 Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)................................................................................................................28 Defense Travel Management Office (DTMO)...........................................................................................29 US Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM)........................................................................................30 Air Mobility Command (AMC)...............................................................................................................31 Military Sealift Command (MSC).........................................................................................................32 Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC)................................................................33 Army G-4 | Force Projection & Distribution.............................................................................................34 US Army Materiel Command (AMC)...........................................................................................................35 US Marine Corps (USMC) | Deputy Commandant for Installations & Logistics (I&L)......................36 US Marine Corps (USMC) | Marine Corps Logistics Command (L01).................................................37 US Navy (USN) | OPNAV N-4.....................................................................................................................38 Navy Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP).............................................................................................39 AF/A4/7 | A-4L | Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) ......................................................................40

Department of Transportation (DOT)........................................................................................................ 41 Department of Homeland Security (DHS).............................................................................................. 44

Transportation Security Administration (TSA)..........................................................................................45 Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).................................................................................45 US Coast Guard (USCG) | USCG Engineering and Logistics (CG-4)....................................................46

General Services Administration (GSA)......................................................................................47

CORPORATE MEMBER HONOR ROLL.............................................................................................. 49 Chairman’s Circle PLUS.......................................................................................................................................52 Chairman’s Circle.................................................................................................................................................83 Sustaining Members............................................................................................................................................93 Regional Patrons................................................................................................................................................112 Universities.........................................................................................................................................................117

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Department of State (DOS)

Department of State (DOS)

www.state.gov

The Honorable Mike Pompeo Secretary of State KEY PERSONNEL David Rodriguez Director, Office of Logistics Operations 703-875-4269 • rodriguezd4@state.gov

Daniel Coker Director, Regional Logistics Centers Division 703-875-5236 • cokerdj@state.gov

Scott A. Tiedt Director, Transportation & Travel Management Division 202-472-8410 • tiedtsa@state.gov

Ben Sherrill Director, European Logistics Support Office (ELSO) 32-3-540-2015 • sherrillbd2@state.gov

Charles Olden Chief, Transportation Operations Branch 202-472-8430 • oldencw@state.gov

Bernard Thompson US Despatch Agent, New York 732-855-8880 • thompsonbl@state.gov

Tricia Hoover Chief, Transportation Management Branch 202-472-8420 • hoovertl@state.gov

Ray Schoenberg US Despatch Agent, Seattle, Washington 206-764-3805 • schoenbergrf@state.gov

Mark Dellinger Chief, Travel Management & Transportation Analysis Branch 202-472-8440 • dellingermd@state.gov

Maureen L. Gabbard US Despatch Agent, Miami, Florida 305-640-4574 • gabbardml2@state.gov

Nicky Frantz US Despatch Agent, Baltimore, Maryland 410-631-0044 • frantzna@state.gov

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Luis E. Carpio US Despatch Agent, Brownsville, Texas 956-982-3916 • carpiole@state.gov

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he Secretary of State is the President’s principal foreign policy advisor and is responsible for the formulation of foreign policy and the execution of approved policy. The Secretary has responsibilities, by virtue of law or Executive Order, with respect to such matters as international educational and cultural affairs, information activities, foreign assistance, food for peace, arms control and disarmament, supervision of programs authorized by the Peace Corps Act, social science research, immigration, and refugee assistance. The Secretary has authority and responsibility to the full extent permitted by law for the overall direction, coordination, and supervision of interdepartmental activities of the United States government overseas. This authority includes continuous supervision and general direction of Peace Corps programs, economic assistance, military assistance, military education and training, and military sales programs. The primary mission of the Office of Logistics Operations is to provide transportation (Freight Forwarding/Customs House Brokerage) and logistical support for the Department’s Embassies, Branch Offices, Missions, Consulates, US Liaison Offices, and various other field offices throughout the world. The Office of Logistics Operations also supports approximately 30 other US government civilian agencies including several Foreign Affairs Agencies (i.e. United States Agency for International Development [USAID], Peace Corps [PC], Foreign Agricultural Service [FAS], Foreign Commercial Service [FCS], and Arms Control and Disarmament Agency [ACDA]).


Department of Defense (DOD)

Department of Defense (DOD)

TRANSPORTATION POLICY (TP) Adam Yearwood Performing the Duties of Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Transportation Policy) 571-372-5215 • DSN 372 adam.t.yearwood.civ@mail.mil COL Kevin Baird, USA Assistant for Deployment and Distribution 571-372-5211 • DSN 372 kevin.m.baird3.mil@mail.mil

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The Honorable James N. Mattis Secretary of Defense

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The Honorable Ellen M. Lord

Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment (A&S)

The Honorable Robert H. McMahon Assistant Secretary of Defense for Logistics & Materiel Readiness (L&MR)

he mission of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Logistics and Materiel Readiness is to provide globally responsive, operationally precise and cost-effective joint logistics support for the projection and sustainment of America’s warfighters. One of the top priorities of the Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Sustainment), is supporting forces who are engaged in Overseas Contingency Operations, which includes timely and reliable logistics support. The Department continually strives to improve the efficiency of its logistics processes, organizations, and systems—while maintaining readiness and ensuring effective support for America’s warfighters. The Assistant Secretary of Defense for Logistics and Materiel Readiness established four logistics goals: • Ensure effective logistics support for current operations; • Ensure effective management of contractors; • Integrate life cycle management principles into DOD and Service acquisition, and implement product support assessment recommendations; • Integrate supply chain operations that effectively support warfighters and are efficient from source of supply to point of consumption. Two key elements of the DOD logistics enterprise—Transportation Policy and Supply Chain Integration—are highlighted herein.

Lt Col Ed Hogan, USAF Assistant for Air Transportation Policy 571-372-5213 • DSN 372 edward.t.hogan2.mil@mail.mil Steve Lord Assistant for Surface Transportation 571-372-5214 • DSN 372 stephen.f.lord.civ@mail.mil

The Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Transportation Policy (DASD [TP]) serves as principal advisor for establishing policies and providing guidance to DOD Components for effective and efficient use of government and commercial transportation resources. Transportation Policy is also responsible for distribution (including force movement) policies. Key functions of the DASD (TP) are: • Develop transportation, distribution, and force movement policies and provide analysis, advice and recommendations to ensure cost effective joint logistics support to the warfighter; • Coordinate and negotiate with federal departments and inter-agencies regarding transportation and distribution related matters and initiatives that support the national security strategy; • Ensure that the Defense Transportation System (which is comprised of both DOD-owned and contracted commercial resources) is effective in providing end-to-end support to the warfighter— especially in using commercial transportation resources during peacetime and contingency operations and in optimizing distribution cycle times; • Collaborate with the Commander, US Transportation Command as the Distribution Process Owner (DPO), and the DPO’s distribution partners to support distribution and process improvement initiatives;

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Department of Defense (DOD) • Promote coordination, cooperation, and mutual understanding between DOD, Congress, and the commercial transportation and third party logistics industries; • Provide Department-level functional guidance for the development and implementation of DOD information technology programs related to the foregoing, including portfolio management and investment decisions; • Advocate proper resourcing of DOD transportation and distribution programs. SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION (SCI) Deline Reardon Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Supply Chain Integration) 571-372-5207 • DSN 372 deline.r.reardon.civ@mail.mil Jan Mulligan Performing the Duties of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Supply Chain Integration 571-327-5227 • DSN 372 jan.b.mulligan.civ@mail.mil Col James Vinson, USAF Military Deputy for Supply Chain Integration 571-372-5203 • DSN 372 james.t.vinson.mil@mail.mil Paul Blackwell Performance Measures and Practices 571-372-5200 • DSN 372 paul.blackwell4.civ@mail.mil Robert Carroll Logistics Systems and Data Standards 571-372-5222 • DSN 372 robert.w.carroll34.civ@mail.mil Jody Cox Materiel Disposition, Counterfeit Prevention, and Energy 571-372-5204 • DSN 372 jody.d.cox.civ@mail.mil

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The Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Supply Chain Integration (DASD [SCI]) serves as the principal advisor for advancing the integration of the DOD supply chain through policy development and by facilitating DOD component implementation of supply chain management practices; coordinating the service, agency and combatant commanders’ logistics strategies to provide a unified approach to supporting the Department’s logistics missions, goals, and objectives; examining promising concepts for logistics management and assessing their applicability to DOD; and strengthening the professional development of logisticians. Key functions of the Supply Chain Integration office are to: • Develop and maintain DOD policy facilitating component implementation of end-to-end supply chain management and capabilities required to meet deployment and sustainment requirements. • Oversee and monitor the Department’s logistics processes, performance measures, and integration. • Ensure execution of the Department’s Inventory Management Improvement Plan, including item accountability, physical inventories, reconciliations and security, and reduction of excess materiel on order and on hand. • Develop and maintain DOD policy regarding materiel disposition and disposal in the Continental US (CONUS) and Contingency Operations. Provide Departmental guidance on Automated Information Technology, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and Item Unique Identification implementation to enable business process efficiencies, improved asset tracking,

and in-transit visibility for the DOD Supply Chain. • Develop Departmental policy regarding prevention, detection, and elimination of counterfeit materiel. • Monitor implementation and report status to Office of Management & Budget (OMB), US Government Accountability Office (GAO), and Congress of key initiatives to address the status of the DOD Supply Chain High Risk Plan. OSD LOGISTICS FELLOWS PROGRAM

The Fellows program is designed to foster career development of mid-level military and defense civilian logistics professionals. The program provides participants an opportunity to gain a broad understanding of transportation, supply networks, and maintenance in preparation for leadership positions within DOD’s supply, transportation, and maintenance communities. The 2017-2018 Fellows are: Rita Dixon Anthony Fonash MAJ Renee Ford Robert Foster Helen Newell Kathy Oliphant Kristen Smith For more information on OSD Transportation Policy, please go to: www.acq.osd.mil/log/tp/ For more information on OSD Supply Chain Integration, please go to: www.acq.osd.mil/log/sci/ For more information on the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Logistics & Materiel Readiness OSD (L&MR) Fellows Program, please go to: www.acq.osd.mil/log/lmr/fellows_program.html


DOD | Joint Chiefs of Staff (J-4)

Joint Chiefs of Staff (J-4)

www.jcs.mil/directorates/j4-logistics/

LTG Stephen R. Lyons, USA Director of Logistics, J4 OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR / VICE DIRECTOR 703-697-7000 Chief of Staff to the Director for Logistics 703-571-9557

OPERATIONAL LOGISTICS Deputy Director for Operational Logistics 703-571-9563

Executive Officer to the Dir. for Logistics 703-571-9561

DIVISION CHIEFS Distribution Division 703-614-2648

Exec. Assistant to the Vice Dir. for Logistics 703-571-9559

Engineering Division 703-692-5034

STRATEGIC LOGISTICS Deputy Director for Strategic Logistics 703-695-2934 DIVISION CHIEFS Capabilities and Analysis Division 703-571-9849 Global Logistics Integration Division 703-695-0967 Multi-National Interagency Division 703-571-9796 Strategy and Readiness Division 703-571-0212

Operational Contract Support Division 703-571-9803 Maintenance, Materiel, and Services Division 703-697-1535 LOGISTICS OPERATIONS Deputy Director for Joint Logistics Operations 703-614-7949 Joint Logistics Operations Center 703-697-0744

J-4 MISSION

Lead the Joint Logistics Enterprise, assess and strengthen Joint Force readiness, improve Joint Warfighting capability, enable Globally Integrated Operations, and provide best military advice to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs.

FOCUS AREAS

• Warfighting Readiness: Support the Joint Logistics Enterprise’s ability to project and sustain military power globally at the time and place of our choosing. • Defend Interests Below Armed Conflict: Preserve the United States’ comparative advantage of strategic logistics. Understand and counter our adversaries’ attempts to undermine our ability to project and sustain military power. • Global Integration: Assess the Joint Logistics Enterprise’s ability to effectively allocate scarce resources to meet global priorities at the speed of war. • Innovation: Develop a data culture that improves our understanding of concepts including big data, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. • Strengthen Alliance and Partner Networks: Support and increase Joint Force lethality, global agility, and operational effectiveness through expanded access, visibility, and cooperation. The Director for Logistics is supported by the Vice Director for Logistics, Deputy Directors for Strategic Logistics, Operational Logistics, and Joint Logistics Operations, and the Assistant for Mobilization. The J-4 Directorate consists of ten divisions with approximately 110 personnel on the staff.

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DOD | Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)

Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)

www.dla.mil www.facebook.com/dla.mil @dlamil

LTG Darrell K. Williams, USA Director Ted Case, SES, Vice Director Kristin French, Chief of Staff CMDCM Shaun Brahmsteadt, USN Senior Enlisted Leader

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s the nation’s combat logistics support agency, the DLA manages the global supply chain—from raw materials to end user to disposition—for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, 10 combatant commands, other federal agencies, and partner and allied nations. DLA sources and provides nearly all consumable items US military forces need to operate, from food, fuel and energy to uniforms, medical supplies and construction material. DLA also supplies 86 percent of the military’s spare parts and nearly 100 percent of fuel, manages the reutilization of military equipment, provides catalogs and other logistics information products, and offers document automation and production services to a host of military and federal agencies. Headquartered at Fort Belvoir, VA, DLA is a global enterprise—wherever the Nation has a significant military presence, DLA is there to support. DLA facts: • DLA provides more than $35 billion in goods and services annually • Employs about 27,000 civilians and military • Supports over 2,300 weapon systems • Manages nine supply chains and about 5 million items • Administers the storage and disposal of strategic and critical materials to support national defense 28

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• Operates in most states and 28 countries • Operates a global network of distribution centers • Leads DOD’s efforts to supply the military services with alternative fuel and renewable energy solutions • Supports disaster response and humanitarian relief efforts at home and abroad • Supports other federal agencies, state and local governments with items such as uniforms, food and fuel DLA MAJOR SUBORDINATE COMMANDS

• DLA Land & Maritime, Columbus, OH – Manages the supply chain for groundbased and maritime weapons systems repair parts, small arms parts and fluid-handling systems. www.dla.mil/landandmaritime • DLA Aviation, Richmond, VA – Manages the supply chain for aviation weapons systems repair parts, flight safety equipment, maps, environmental products and industrial plant equipment. www.dla.mil/aviation • DLA Troop Support, Philadelphia, PA – Manages the supply chains for food, textiles, construction material, industrial hardware and medical supplies/ equipment, including pharmaceuticals. www.dla.mil/troopsupport • DLA Energy, Fort Belvoir, VA – Manages the supply chain for petroleum and lubrication products, alternative fuel/ renewable energy, aerospace energy; provides fuel quality/technical support, fuel card programs and installation energy services. www.dla.mil/energy • DLA Distribution, New Cumberland, PA – Provides storage and distribution solutions/management, transportation

planning/management, logistics planning and contingency operations; operates a global network of distribution centers. www.dla.mil/distribution • DLA Disposition Services, Battle Creek, MI – Disposes of excess property by reutilization, transfer and demilitarization; conducts environmental disposal and reuse. www.dla.mil/dispositionservices STRATEGIC MATERIALS

• Strategic Materials, Fort Belvoir, VA – Manages the strategic and critical raw material stockpile that supports national defense needs. www.dla.mil/hq/ acquisition/strategicmaterials DLA BUSINESS SERVICES

• Logistics Information Services, Battle Creek, MI – Manages a wide range of logistics information and identification systems. www.dla.mil/hq/informationoperations/ logisticsinformationservices • Document Services, Mechanicsburg, PA – Provides automated document production, printing services, digital conversion and document storage. www.dla.mil/hq/ informationoperations/documentservices • Transaction Services, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH – Provides editing/routing of logistics transactions, network interoperability and eBusiness services. www.dla.mil/HQ/InformationOperations/DAAS/ DLA REGIONAL COMMANDS

• DLA Europe & Africa, Kaiserslautern, Germany – The primary liaison to EUCOM, NATO and AFRICOM, provides a unified DLA interface for warfighters throughout the AOR. www.dla.mil/europeandafrica • DLA Pacific, Joint Base Pearl-HarborHickam, HI – The agency’s primary liaison to US Pacific Command, US Forces Korea, US Forces Japan and US Alaskan Command, providing a unified DLA interface for warfighters throughout the area of responsibility. www.dla.mil/pacific • DLA CENTCOM & SOCOM, MacDill Air Force Base, FL – Focal point for US Central Command’s and US Special Operation’s theaters of operation. The agency’s primary liaison to US Central Command and US Special Operations Command, providing a unified DLA interface for warfighters throughout the area of responsibility. www.dla.mil/centcom-socom


DOD | Defense Travel Management Office (DTMO)

Defense Travel Management Office (DTMO)

www.defensetravel.dod.mil

William R. Mansell Jr. Director 571-372-1164 ment and industry stakeholders. These relationships within both government and the travel industry enable the exchange of ideas for a more effective travel enterprise.

A Defense Travel Enterprise that incorporates government and industry best practices to meet the needs and exceed the expectations of our customers.

concise and simple language. Policy simplification is a major driver to travel system modernization and will facilitate the application of industry leading technology and best practices. • Integrated Lodging Program Pilot – conduct a Commercial Lodging Pilot to determine the best approach for an enterprise-wide, DOD commercial lodging program to achieve reduced rates and better services. • Preferred Dining Program Pilot – conduct a pilot to determine the feasibility of establishing a Preferred Dining Program designed to enable travelers to dine at participating restaurants through a loyalty program and generate rebates for DOD.

GOALS

MEASURING SUCCESS

• Maximize Travel Policy Understanding • Improve Delivery of Travel Services • Optimize Cost Effective Travel

DTMO uses performance-based management to improve strategic decision making, enabling DTMO to increase cost effectiveness across the Defense Travel Enterprise, maximize visibility into travel spend, and improve program management. Benefits include increased accountability and transparency of expenditure of DOD travel funds expenditure audit compliance with established policies; enhanced consistency in the quality of supplier products and services; ability to drive strategic sourcing decisions and mandate usage of preferred vendors, approved booking, expensing, and payment methods; and increased visibility into customer behaviors and preferences to drive future requirements.

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Philip G. Benjamin Deputy Director 571-372-1304

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he Defense Travel Management Office serves as the single focal point for commercial travel within the Department of Defense. DTMO provides central oversight for commercial travel management, travel policy and implementation, travel card program management, customer support and training, functional oversight of the Defense Travel System (DTS), and station and housing allowances program management. DTMO is effectively reforming its multi-billion dollar Defense Travel Enterprise by implementing better solutions and providing the best value for the travel community. We are committed to improving the delivery of travel services and providing a positive customer experience, maximizing policy understanding and compliance, maximizing control and visibility into travel spend, improving the cost-effectiveness, and providing duty of care to our service members and civilian employees. Our strategy depends largely on effective engagement with our govern-

Serve as the single focal point for commercial travel within the Department of Defense. Establish strategic direction, set policy, and centrally manage commercial travel programs and station/housing allowances. VISION

KEY STRATEGIC INITIATIVES

• DOD Travel System Modernization – streamline and optimize the processes, mechanisms, and approaches to execute Temporary Duty travel for DOD civilian and military service members through an aggressive review of existing policy, service delivery approaches, and technology to modernize travel within the DOD. • Policy Simplification – simplify and standardize allowances for all DOD travelers. Improve usability and enhance policy compliance by rewriting the Joint Travel Regulations in clear,

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DOD | US Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM)

US Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM)

www.ustranscom.mil www.facebook.com/ustranscom @us_transcom

Gen Darren W. McDew, USAF Commander LtGen John J. Broadmeadow, USMC Deputy Commander Maj Gen John C. Flournoy, USAF Chief of Staff CMSgt Matthew M. Caruso, USAF Command Senior Enlisted Leader USTRANSCOM DIRECTORS Col Wistaria Joseph, USAF J1 Manpower and Personnel CAPT Henry Stephenson, USN J2 Intelligence Maj Gen Ricky N. Rupp, USAF J3 Operations and Plans RDML Peter J. Clarke, USN J5/4 Strategy, Policy, Programs and Logistics Brig Gen Robert K. Lyman, USAF J6 Command, Control, Communications and Cyber Systems Daniel F. McMillin, SES J8 Program Analysis and Financial Mgmt. Bruce A. Busler, SES AC Joint Distribution Process Analysis Ctr. Gail Jorgenson, SES AQ Acquisition Col Paul Friedrichs, USAF SG Command Surgeon MG Daniel R. Ammerman, USA RA Reserve Component Directorate

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ORGANIZATION AND MISSION

We live in an increasingly complex world with growing uncertainty and risk. When natural disasters, epidemics or acts of war occur, the 140,000-strong USTRANSCOM stands ready and capable to answer America’s call. Since its inception in 1987, USTRANSCOM has moved our forces and their equipment to and from the fight around the clock and globe. This total force team of active duty, Guard, Reserve, civilians, commercial transportation partners and other contractors operate a robust joint deployment and distribution enterprise that delivers the nation’s objectives worldwide. USTRANSCOM’s assigned responsibilities as identified in the Unified Command Plan are: • Mobility Joint Force Provider • DOD Single Manager for Transportation • DOD Single Manager for Global Patient Movement • Distribution Process Owner • Global Distribution Synchronizer • Joint Enabling Capabilities Provider The ability to project rapid power anywhere on the planet at any time sets the US apart from the world. As a global combatant command, USTRANSCOM collaborates with world-class transportation providers to enhance the reliability, predictability, and efficiency of transporting DOD materiel wherever and whenever needed. USTRANSCOM executes its mission through three components: 1. The US Army’s Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Com-

mand (SDDC) administers military land transportation and common-user ocean terminals. 2. The US Navy’s Military Sealift Command (MSC) provides strategic sealift supporting deployment and sustainment of military forces worldwide. 3. The US Air Force’s Air Mobility Command (AMC) conducts global airlift, aerial refueling and aeromedical evacuation for military movement requirements in peacetime and in war. In addition, USTRANSCOM’s lone subordinate unit, the Joint Enabling Capabilities Command (JECC), delivers a rapidly deployable, tailored team of experts in plans, operations, knowledge management, intelligence support, logistics, public affairs, and communications to meet joint task force commanders’ needs. USTRANSCOM’s close relationship with the US transportation industry enables DOD to augment organic capability and leverage significant capacity to meet both peacetime and wartime requirements. Commercial carriers provide the majority of operational lift capacity and are essential in sustaining forces around the world. To successfully project America’s power globally, USTRANSCOM addresses all challenges and vulnerabilities to ensure we are ready to deliver an immediate force tonight and a decisive force when needed. USTRANSCOM’s four command priorities titled “Delivering National Objectives” can be viewed at www.ustranscom.mil.


DOD | USTRANSCOM | Air Mobility Command (AMC)

Air Mobility Command (AMC)

www.amc.af.mil

Gen Carlton D. Everhart II, USAF Commander Maj Gen Thomas J. Sharpy, USAF Vice Commander CMSgt Larry C. Williams, Jr., USAF Command Chief Master Sergeant

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ir Mobility Command (AMC), a major command headquartered at Scott AFB, IL, was created June 1, 1992. AMC provides America’s global reach. This rapid, flexible, and responsive air mobility promotes stability in regions by keeping America’s capability and character highly visible. AMC’s mission is to provide global air mobility . . . right effects, right place, right time. The command enables humanitarian support at home and around the world. Mobility Air Forces Airmen—active duty, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve, and civilians—provide airlift and aerial refueling for all of America’s armed forces. Many special duty and operational support aircraft and stateside aeromedical evacuation missions are also assigned to AMC. United States forces must be able to provide a rapid, tailored response. A core

competency of mobility air forces is rapid global mobility. This puts the “global” in the Air Force’s global reach, global vigilance and global power. As the US winds down operations first in Iraq and now Afghanistan, AMC provides critical flexibility for US national security. As US Transportation Command’s air component, AMC is the single manager for air mobility. AMC’s mission encompasses nearly 126,000 active-duty and Air Reserve Component military and civilian personnel. The command has one numbered air force, 18th Air Force, which is charged with tasking and executing all air mobility missions. Units reporting to 18th Air Force include all operational AMC wings and groups based in the continental United States. They are key to the execution phase of warfighting, providing worldwide mobility support. The 618th Tanker Airlift Control Center (TACC), located at Scott AFB, also reports to 18th Air Force and serves as the organization’s air operations hub, planning and directing tanker and transport aircraft op-

erations around the world. AMC also has one major direct reporting unit, the USAF Expeditionary Center, located at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ. It oversees air base wings and a contingency response wing, which provides expeditionary mobility support. The USAF Expeditionary Center also serves as the Air Force’s premier organization for expeditionary innovation, education, training, and exercises. AMC’s ability to provide global reach is tested daily. From providing fuel, supplies, and aeromedical support to troops on the front line, to providing humanitarian supplies to hurricane, flood, and earthquake victims both at home and abroad, AMC has been engaged in almost nonstop operations since its inception. Command tankers and airlifters have supported peacekeeping and humanitarian efforts throughout the world and continue to play a vital role today. These many examples of the effective application of non-lethal air power indicate that air mobility is a national asset of growing importance for responding to emergencies, and protecting national interests around the globe.

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DOD | USTRANSCOM | Military Sealift Command (MSC)

Military Sealift Command (MSC)

www.msc.navy.mil www.facebook.com/mscdelivers @mscsealift

RADM Dee L. Mewbourne, USN Commander RDML John A. Schommer, USN Deputy Commander Steven C. Cade Executive Director CAPT John D. Wilshusen, USN Chief of Staff CMCDCM Rick Dyksterhouse Command Master Chief Jack Taylor Director Maritime Operations Christopher D. Thayer Director, Ship Management Michael C. Morris Director, Total Force Management Anthony Verducci Counsel CAPT Kevin M. Robinson, USN MSC Atlantic Commander CAPT Brett C. Hershman, USN MSC Pacific Commander CAPT Eric L. Conzen, USN MSC Europe/Africa Commander CAPT Timothy Gibboney, USN MSC Central Commander CAPT Robert R. Williams, USN MSC Far East Commander CAPT Chris White, USN Maritime Prepositioning Ship Squadron Two CAPT Eric Lindfors, USN Maritime Prepositioning Ship Squadron Three

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he Navy’s Military Sealift Command (MSC) is the leading provider of ocean transportation for the Navy and the rest of the Department of Defense, operating more than 125 ships daily around the globe. MSC ships sustain our warfighting forces and deliver specialized maritime services in support of national security objectives in peace and war. Headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, MSC has a total workforce of over 8,300 people afloat and ashore. In addition, five area commands provide MSC-unique expertise and operational perspective to Navy fleet commanders worldwide. The area commands are operationally focused and are aligned with the numbered fleet logistics staffs within their area of responsibility: MSC Atlantic in Norfolk, Virginia; MSC Pacific in San Diego, California; MSC Europe and Africa in Naples, Italy; MSC Central in Manama, Bahrain; and MSC Far East in Singapore. Military Sealift Command operates a fleet of 28 prepositioning ships from strategic bases worldwide. These ships are loaded with early-arriving combat and sustainment supplies and equipment supporting the full range of wartime and peacetime operations. Most of the ships are assigned to squadrons forward based in the Indian and Western Pacific oceans.

MSC delivers combat and other military cargo needed by US warfighters around the globe. The command supports ongoing contingency operations, military exercises and other day-to-day missions for DOD with 10 large, medium-speed, roll-on/rolloff (LMSR), five roll-on/roll-off container ships, six tankers, and two dry cargo ships. MSC also charters additional short-term or voyage-chartered ships. If needed, the command has access to 46 ships of the Ready Reserve Force (RRF), a fleet of militarily useful ships maintained in Reduced Operating Status (ROS) for use as surge sealift assets at ports in the United States. The RRF is owned and maintained by the US Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration. MSC reports to US Transportation Command at Scott AFB, Illinois, for DOD transportation matters, providing sealift for combat equipment and humanitarian aid cargo as required. MSC reports to US Fleet Forces Command in Norfolk, Virginia, for Navy-unique matters. In this capacity, MSC’s Combat Logistics Force ships and Special Mission ships support the Navy’s fleet operations worldwide. MSC reports to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, and Acquisition as a contracting authority and for procurement policy and oversight matters.


DOD | USTRANSCOM | Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC)

Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC)

www.sddc.army.mil

MG Stephen E. Farmen, USA Commanding General, Scott AFB, IL CSM Dana S. Mason, Jr., USA Command Sergeant Major, Scott AFB, IL Bryan R. Samson, SES Deputy to the Commander, Scott AFB, IL BG Martin F. Klein, USA Deputy Commander for Mobilization, Scott AFB, IL COL Lillard D. Evans, USA Deputy Commander, Scott AFB, IL Bruce A. Busler, SES Director SDDC Transportation Engineering Agency, Scott AFB, IL COL Zorn Sliman, USA Chief of Staff, Scott AFB, IL COL James B. Swift, USA Commander, 595th Transportation Brigade, Camp Arifjan, Kuwait COL Marc Mueller, USA Commander, 596th Transportation Brigade, Southport, NC COL Frederick L. Crist, USA Commander, 597th Transportation Brigade, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA COL Curt L. Stewart, USA Commander, 598th Transportation Brigade, Sembach, Germany COL Frazariel I. Castro, USA Commander, 599th Transportation Brigade, Wheeler AAF, HI

MISSION

Integrate and synchronize surface deployment and distribution capabilities to deliver and sustain the Armed Forces in support of the Nation’s objectives. VISION

A power projection team...that coordinates surface strategic movements to assure deployment and distribution readiness that always achieves the desired effect and timeliness of delivery.

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he Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command is the Army Service Component Command to USTRANSCOM, providing global deployment and distribution capabilities to meet the nation’s objectives. SDDC operates at the “speed of war,” providing support to the Warfighter while projecting and sustaining the military’s national instruments of power, by all modes surface, to enable our nation to win decisively, when called. With nine Total Force brigades geographically located throughout the world to support Combatant Commanders, SDDC is globally postured to provide agility for the Warfighter. SDDC books, ships, tracks and conducts port operations for surface movements worldwide by leveraging services from the best of the US commercial transportation industry. Additionally, SDDC’s Transportation Engineering Agency provides the Department of Defense with engineering, policy guidance, research, and analytical expertise ensuring US military forces can respond successfully to any requirement anywhere in the world.

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DOD | US Army (USA) | G-4 | Force Projection & Distribution Directorate

PRINCIPAL LOGISTICS OFFICE | US Army Deputy Chief of Staff (G-4) Logistics

www.army.mil/g-4

LTG Aundre F. Piggee, USA Deputy Chief of Staff (G-4) MISSION

Enable a ready Army by providing and overseeing integrated logistics policies, programs, and plans in support of Sustainable Army Readiness. VISION

Recognized as the preeminent source on the Army Staff for relevant, value-added logistics expertise. Actively engaged in sustaining, preparing, resetting, and transforming the Nation’s Army to provide expeditionary, decisive land power to the Joint Force.

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he HQDA, G-4, establishes Army-wide logistics policies and procedures used by more than a quarter-million Army logisticians throughout the world. With a staff of just over 300, including many with recent experience in theater, the G-4 ensures that policies and resources are in places that are valuable to Soldiers in the field. After more than 10 years of predictable deployment cycles, the Army is refocusing on rapid, no-notice or limited notice deployments and sharpening these skills through Deployment Readiness Exercises. Furthermore, the Army continues to rectify

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logistics deployment capability gaps while simultaneously ensuring fiscal responsibility is maintained throughout the process. Among the important policies being implemented are those that will improve logistics leader development, material readiness, and the Army’s ability to sustain itself in the future. Under fiscal constraints it is necessary to adapt logistics structure, processes, and policies to support the Army’s return to expeditionary operations. It is imperative that logistics innovations are driven to enable agility, effectiveness, and to reduce the cost of doing business. We must be creative, forward thinking, and bold in envisioning how we do business, and how we institute solutions. The impacts of budget reductions—now and those projected in the years to come—present challenges in bringing end strength, readiness, and modernization into balance. Now more than ever, forward-thinking oversight of Army logistics will prove crucial to achieving that balance. We are an Army in constant motion, and the G-4 stands ready to continue supporting our Soldiers, service members, and civilians to shape an even more efficient and effective logistics force.

STRATEGIC MOBILITY DIVISION

The Strategic Mobility Division provides oversight, policy, and develops plans in support of the Army’s Strategic Mobility requirements, Maritime Operations, Rail Operations and Army Prepositioned Stocks. The G4 Strategic Mobility Division is the co-chair of the Army Power Projection Program which is responsible for addressing issues or concerns that affect the Army’s ability to conduct deployment operations. Our Joint and commercial partners remain critical to projecting Army forces worldwide; we will work closely with them to ensure the readiness of the strategic lift enterprise. TRANSPORTATION POLICY DIVISION

The Transportation Policy Division establishes Army Policy for the movement of cargo, in-transit visibility, personal property and passenger travel; and manages the Army G-4 centrally funded Second Destination Transportation program.


DOD | USA | US Army Materiel Command (AMC)

US Army Materiel Command (AMC)

www.amc.army.mil

GEN Gustave F. Perna, USA Commander LTG Edward M. Daly, USA Deputy Commanding General MG Allan Elliott, USA Chief of Staff CSM Rodger Mansker, USA Command Sergeant Major

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he US Army Materiel Command is the Army’s premier provider of materiel readiness—materiel development, logistics power projection, and sustainment—to the total force, across the spectrum of joint military operations. The command’s complex missions range from managing the lifecycle of sophisticated weapons systems to maintenance and distribution of spare parts. AMC oversees the Army’s Organic Industrial Base including manufacturing depots, maintenance arsenals and ammunition plants; maintains the Army’s prepositioned stocks, both on land and afloat; and supports delivery of both people and equipment around the world. The command is also the Department of Defense executive agent for the chemical weapons stockpile and for conventional ammunition. To develop, buy, and maintain materiel for the Army, AMC works closely with program executive offices, the Army acquisition executive, industry, academia, and other related agencies. AMC also handles the majority of the Army’s contracting including a full range of contracting services for deployed units and installation-level services, supplies, and

common-use information technology hardware and software. AMC accounts for 70 percent of the Army’s contract dollars. As leader of the Army’s Organic Industrial Base, AMC manages 23 one-ofa-kind facilities. The Organic Industrial Base overhauls, modernizes, and upgrades major weapons systems—not just making them like new, but inserting technology to make them better and more reliable. The base manufactures and resets the Army’s equipment, generating readiness across formations. AMC is regionally aligned and globally responsive, providing assets through a team of teams that includes Army Field Support Brigades, Contracting Support Brigades and Transportation Brigades, all of which identify and resolve equipment and maintenance challenges, and materiel readiness issues for Combatant Commands. The command handles diverse missions that reach far beyond the Army. For example, AMC manages the multibillion-dollar business of selling Army equipment and services to partner nations and allies of the United States, and negotiates and implements agreements for co-production of US weapons systems by foreign nations. AMC includes global transportation experts who provide the Warfighter with a single surface distribution provider for adaptive solutions that deliver capability and sustainment on time. Headquartered at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, AMC impacts or has a pres-

ence in all 50 states and more than 144 nations across the globe. The command’s 63,000-strong workforce includes dedicated military and civilian employees, many with highly developed specialties in weapons development, manufacturing and logistics. AMC is the premier provider of Army and Joint readiness to sustain the strength of the nation. From contracting and manufacturing to supply, distribution to sustainment and resale, AMC touches every phase of the materiel life cycle. As the Army’s lead materiel integrator, AMC commands the global supply chain by delivering materiel readiness to Joint Forces worldwide. AMC MAJOR SUBORDINATE COMMANDS:

• Army Contracting Command at Redstone Arsenal, AL • Aviation and Missile Life Cycle Management Command at Redstone Arsenal, AL • Army Sustainment Command at Rock Island Arsenal, IL • Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD • Joint Munitions Command at Rock Island Arsenal, IL/Joint Munitions and Lethality Life Cycle Management Command at Picatinny Arsenal, NJ • Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command at Scott Air Force Base, IL • Tank-automotive and Armaments Command at Warren, MI • US Army Security Assistance Command at Redstone Arsenal, AL

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DOD | US Marine Corps (USMC) | Headquarters Marine Corps, Deputy Commandant for Installations and Logistics (I&L)

PRINCIPAL LOGISTICS OFFICE | Deputy Commandant for Installations & Logistics (I&L)

www.iandl.marines.mil

LtGen Michael G. Dana, USMC Deputy Commandant (DC, I&L)

more efficient methods of transporting, routing, tracing, and documenting USMC freight movements within the Defense Transportation System. This Section is also responsible for transportation policy regarding the movement of arms, ammunition, and explosives shipments (AA&E); container leasing/purchasing policy; customs and border clearance issues; preservation, packaging, and packing issues (P3); MAGTF Deployment and Distribution Policy (MDDP); and distribution management Automated Information Systems (AIS).

Bryan H. Wood, SES

LOGISTICS PLANS, POLICIES AND STRATEGIC MOBILITY DIVISION (LP)

PERSONAL PROPERTY AND PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION SECTION (LPD-2)

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Under the direction of the Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics (I&L), LP is responsible for formulating Marine Corps logistics plans, policies, and concepts; exercising staff supervision over joint and Marine Corps logistics matters, logistics manpower matters, logistics analysis, mobility, lift requirements, sustainability, productivity, materiel readiness, logistics information systems, security assistance, and fiscal matters for appropriate division sponsored programs; and coordinating the logistics aspects of the prepositioning program.

This Section develops, plans, coordinates, synchronizes and provides oversight of Marine Corps policy and procedures supporting joint DOD policy and initiatives relative to personal property (household goods, unaccompanied baggage and privately owned vehicles) and passenger transportation. The section places great emphasis on education and procedural/ process improvements in order to provide excellent service to Marines, Civilian Marines, and their families; LPD-2 ensures the Distribution Management Offices have the training and tools needed to effectively dispense accurate information and support on the movement and storage of personal property and the transportation of passengers and their pets.

Asst. Deputy Commandant (ADC, I&L) eputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics (DC I&L) Headquartered in Washington, DC, acts on behalf of the Commandant in designated matters of logistics policy and management, and coordinates logistics actions with other agencies. Headquarters Marine Corps, Installations and Logistics shapes logistics plans and policies to sustain excellence in warfighting. The focus of effort is to increase Marine Air Ground Task Force lethality by providing superior support through modernizing logistics processes, implementing proven technology and best practices, developing standards of performance, and fully integrating the supporting establishment of the Marine Air Ground Task Force. DIRECTORATE LOGISTICS, PLANS, POLICIES, AND STRATEGIC MOBILITY DIVISION

BrigGen Keith D. Reventlow, USMC Assistant Deputy Commandant for Installations and Logistics (Plans)

LOGISTICS DISTRIBUTION POLICY BRANCH (LPD)

This Branch is responsible for functional area advocacy, operational oversight, and policy development and guidance. Responsibilities include coordination and dissemination roles for USMC and Joint policy and procedural requirements for sustainment distribution, including freight and logistics chain interfaces; household goods and passenger travel; transportation financial management; and preservation, packaging, and packing. INTEGRATED MATERIEL DISTRIBUTION SECTION (LPD-1)

LPD-1 provides USMC distribution management policy and guidance for the movement of freight worldwide and serves as the focal point in developing

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TRANSPORTATION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SECTION (LPD-3)

LPD-3 is responsible for Second Destination Transportation (SDT) resources to support the USMC enterprise movement of ground equipment and ammunition in support of Fielding, Redistribution, Depot Maintenance, Prepositioning, OverOcean Transportation, Port Readiness and Traffic Management. LPD-3 also develops, plans, coordinates, synchronizes, and provides oversight of Marine Corps and DOD policies, procedures, programs, and initiatives in order to provide optimally auditable, effective, and efficient transportation financial management.


DOD | USMC | Marine Corps Logistics Command

MAJOR COMMAND | Marine Corps Logistics Command (L01)

ics, Compliance, Policy Management and Quality Assurance. LOGISTICS SERVICES MANAGEMENT CENTER (LSMC) – The LSMC plans, man-

ages, executes and integrates supply chain improvements, monitors critical Marine Corps Ground Equipment Supply Chain activities and manages multiple critical Logistics programs to ensure effective and efficient support to the warfighter.

MajGen Craig C. Crenshaw, USMC Commanding General

Marine Corps operational matters pertaining to strategic and contingency planning, Marine Forces (MARFOR) support, war reserve materiel requirements, and logistics customer services in order to maximize Command effectiveness to support the force.

David R. Clifton

Executive Deputy

SgtMaj Michael J. Rowan, USMC Sergeant Major

MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS COMMAND (MARCORLOGCOM) – This Command provides

worldwide integrated logistics/supply chain and distribution management; depot level maintenance management; and strategic prepositioning capability in support of Marine operating forces and other supported units to maximize readiness and sustainability in support of enterprise and program level Total Life Cycle Management.

G4 LOGISTICS – G-4 provides policy guidance, analytic support, and programmatic oversight of Supply Operations, policies and procedures for metric analysis and management of Marine Corps Military Equipment and Garrison Property (GP); integrated maintenance management in support of supported systems; and coordinating the physical inventory of all MARCORLOGCOM Military Equipment (ME) in the possession of organic, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) and other third party Remote Storage Activities (RSAs). G6 COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS – G6 is responsible for the gov-

ernance, management and execution of Information Technology (IT) requirements and various logistics solutions for MARCORLOGCOM and other DOD entities in support of the Warfighter. G8 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT – G8 is MAR-

CORLOGCOM’s Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) life cycle manager. QUALITY MANAGEMENT CENTER (QMC)

G3/5 OPERATIONS & TRAINING/PLANS –

G3/5 is responsible for integrating staff actions across the Command. It monitors

The QMC is the Command’s principal agent for Innovation, End to End Business Process Improvement, Advanced Analyt-

MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT CENTER (MMC) – MMC is the maintenance sup-

port integrator for MARCORLOGCOM and serves as the (USMC) enterprise maintenance representative for planning, reporting, decision making strategies and identification of depot maintenance sources of repair (DSOR). WEAPON SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT CENTER (WSMC) – WSMC provides a full-

range of enterprise and program level integrated logistics/supply chain management functions to enhance warfighter readiness and sustainment throughout the life cycle of ground weapon systems. MARINE FORCE STORAGE CENTER – The

MFSC provides storage, inventory control, stock readiness, tactical level distribution and maintenance management of Marine Corps ground equipment and associated collateral material held in stores to ensure globally responsive materiel support to the total force. MARINE DEPOT MAINTENANCE COMMAND (MDMC) – MDMC is the USMC depot

maintenance, multi-commodity capability. It provides worldwide depot level maintenance to include both repairs and rebuild, system engineering, fabrication, remanufacturing and other technical services in order to maximize the readiness and sustainability of ground combat and combat support weapon systems and equipment. BLOUNT ISLAND COMMAND (BIC) – BIC

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DOD | US Navy (USN) | OPNAV N4

FLEET READINESS & LOGISTICS OFFICE (OPNAV N4)

VADM Dixon R. Smith, USN Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Fleet Readiness & Logistics (N4)

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he Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Fleet Readiness & Logistics) (OPNAV N4) staff shapes, anticipates, innovates, and leads Navy readiness and logistics to enable and sustain Fleet operating forces and shore readiness, now and in the future. The staff issues policy, conducts program assessments, and serves as Resource and Requirements Sponsor to plan, program, and resource the readiness requirements of the Navy. OPNAV N4 enables responsive, adaptive, and effective logistics support to maximize and sustain readiness, and enable the integration of Naval forces into the Joint Force. OPNAV N4 is committed to creating and maximizing alignment between our Joint partners, the Secretariat, OPNAV staff, our Fleet Customers, the Warfare and Provider Enterprises, and our stakeholders. Faced with an increasingly uncertain world and regional conflict, the demand for Fleet capabilities is only expected to increase, but it will be challenged by an increasingly constrained fiscal environment. N4 integrates readiness requirements to enable optimal allocation of scarce resources across all readiness and logistics programs, promote responsible stewardship of our environment, develop and implement policies governing logistics supported by best prac-

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tices, and guide the Navy in developing and executing a long-term energy strategy. N4 is responsible for a $13.7 billion annual budget, which accounts for 10% of the Navy’s Total Obligation Authority and 23% of the Navy’s Operations and Maintenance. Primary goals are to: • Excel in Our Role as Requirements/ Resource Sponsor to Ensure Afloat and Shore Readiness – N4 integrates the full spectrum of readiness requirements to enable optimum resource decision-making by Navy leadership. As the Fleet Readiness Requirements Sponsor and the Shore and Logistics Resource Sponsor, N4 works closely with US Fleet Forces within the framework of the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution System (PPBES), to ensure the optimal balance of operational availability and cost to support execution of the Fleet Response Plan. N4 also develops and executes the Chief of Naval Operations Shore Investment Strategy in close coordination with Commander, Navy Installations Command and the Fleet Warfare and Provider Enterprises. Additionally, through the Integrated Readiness Assessment process, N4 pro-

vides Navy leadership a holistic view of current and future readiness, and provides a tool that facilitates better decision-making to best mitigate readiness shortfalls. • Develop and Shape Logistics Policy and Processes to Enhance Readiness and Logistic Capabilities – N4 has the responsibility for Navy logistics policy that ultimately drives the Navy’s support processes. N4 ensures that its policies accurately reflect and strengthen the emerging alignment of the Warfare and Provider Enterprises. • Promote Environmental Stewardship – Environmental stewardship is a key national and Department of the Navy priority. N4 leads the Navy’s integration of regulations into practice while meeting operational/training requirements and capabilities for the future in a sustainable way. N4 also furthers public awareness of the Navy’s leadership and stewardship in this area. • Promote Energy Leadership – N4 guides the Navy in achieving objectives that value energy as a strategic resource, improves our combat capability, enhances our mission effectiveness, and reduces our vulnerability to an increasingly volatile energy market.


DOD | USN | Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP)

Navy Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP)

www.navsup.navy.mil

RADM Jonathan A. Yuen, USN Commander, NAVSUP, and Chief of Supply Corps Michael T. Madden Vice Commander CMDCM (SW/AW) Thaddeus T. Wright, USN MCPO of the Supply Community

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he Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) and Navy Supply Corps team share one mission—to deliver sustained global logistics and quality-of-life support to the Navy and Joint warfighter. NAVSUP/ Navy Supply Corps’ diverse team of more than 25,000 civilian and military personnel oversee a diverse portfolio including supply chain management for material support to Navy, Marine Corps, joint and coalition partners, supply operations, conventional ordnance, contracting, resale, fuel, transportation, security assistance, and quality-of-life issues for our naval forces, including food service, postal services, Navy Exchanges, and movement of household goods. The NAVSUP/Navy Supply Corps team forms a vast network of professionals who deliver unparalleled products and services to customers in the Fleet and across the world. NAVSUP’s most important responsibility is the worldwide, integrated Navy supply system, which gets the fleet what it needs, where and when it needs it. NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS), NAVSUP Business Systems Center (BSC), and seven Fleet Logistics Support Centers (FLCs) are the major activities in this command.

NAVSUP WSS, co-located in Philadelphia and Mechanicsburg, PA, is responsible for centralized control of more than 400,000 different line items of repair parts, components, and assemblies that keep Navy aircraft, surface ships, submarines and their associated weapon systems operating, while also providing logistics and supply assistance to friendly and allied nations through the Foreign Military Sales program. NAVSUP delivers worldwide integrated logistics, contracting services, and facilitates transportation and ordnance to Navy and Joint operational units. This command provides oversight for a global network of FLCs that provide a variety of logistics support services to Navy and other military customers in their respective regions around the world. These products and services include material management, contracting, fuel services, hazardous materials management, household goods movement support, consolidated mail services, ammunition supply chain management, transportation, and operations planning. NAVSUP is one of 10 designated Navy Heads of the Contracting Activity and is responsible for management and oversight of the Navy Field Contracting System (NFCS). The NFCS consists of 646 contracting activities that execute a range of NAVSUP-delegated contracting authority to include purchase card, ordering, and simplified acquisition procedure procurement methods. The Navy Exchange Service Command, headquartered in Virginia Beach,

VA, oversees facilities worldwide including more than 300 NEX stores, 40 Navy Lodges, 150 Ship’s Stores, along with Navy Clothing and Textile Research Facility, Uniform Program Management Office, and Telecommunications Program Office. This command provides quality goods and services to authorized customers at a savings and supports Navy quality of life programs. Seventy percent of NEX profits are provided to support Navy Morale Welfare and Recreation, and the remaining thirty percent is used to build and renovate facilities worldwide. NAVSUP Business Systems Center in Mechanicsburg, PA, delivers information technology and information management solutions with specific emphasis on logistics and financial related products and services. This group is the Navy’s premier central design agency with responsibility to design, develop, and maintain information systems supporting logistics, supply chain management, transportation, finance, and accounting for the US Navy and other DOD organizations. It is through the exceptional delivery of vast and varied capabilities that NAVSUP and the Navy Supply Corps contribute to the operational efficiency and fighting effectiveness of our Navy and Joint Warfighters and remains Ready. Resourceful. Responsive. For more information call the Corporate Communications Office at 717-605-7404 or email navsuphqquestions@navy.mil.

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DOD | US Air Force (USAF) | AF/A4 | A4L | AFMC

PRINCIPAL LOGISTICS OFFICE | Logistics, Engineering and Force Protection (AF/A4)

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ogistics, Engineering and Force Protection is responsible for management and integration of Air Force logistics readiness; aircraft, munitions, and missile maintenance; civil engineering; and security forces, as well as setting policy and preparing budget estimates that reflect enhancements to productivity, combat readiness and quality of life for Air Force people.

Lt Gen John B. Cooper, USAF Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Engineering and Force Protection

DIRECTORATE DIRECTORATE OF LOGISTICS (A4L)

Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC)

agement, exacting test and evaluation, and world-class sustainment of all Air Force weapon systems. From cradle-to-grave, AFMC provides the work force and infrastructure necessary to ensure the United States remains the world’s most respected Air and Space Force. AFMC HOST BASES

Arnold AFB, TN Edwards AFB, CA Eglin AFB, FL Hanscom AFB, MA Hill AFB, UT Robins AFB, GA Tinker AFB, OK Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

Brig Gen William Kountz, USAF Associate Director of Logistics

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he Director of Logistics (A4L) is responsible for organizing, training, and equipping more than 180,000 technicians and managers who maintain the Air Force global engagement aerospace weapons system inventory. A4L provides strategic direction for materiel and equipment management, fuels, vehicle management and operations, distribution, personal property, and passenger traffic management. The directorate also develops logistics readiness, maintenance, and munitions policy, thus ensuring the readiness of the single largest element of manpower supporting Air Force combat forces worldwide.

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AFMC CENTERS

Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

Gen Ellen M. Pawlikowski, USAF Commander www.afmc.af.mil

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ith headquarters at WrightPatterson Air Force Base, Ohio, AFMC conducts the research, development, test and evaluation, and provides acquisition management services and logistics support necessary to keep Air Force weapon systems ready for war. AFMC delivers war-winning expeditionary capabilities to the warfighter through development and transition of technology, professional acquisition man-

Air Force Test Center (AFTC) Edwards AFB, CA Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) Wright-Patterson AFB, OH Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center (AFIMSC) Joint Base San Antonio, TX Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center (AFNWC) Kirtland AFB, NM Air Force Sustainment Center (AFSC) Tinker AFB, OK


Department of Transportation (DOT)

Department of Transportation (DOT)

www.transportation.gov

The Honorable Elaine L. Chao Secretary of Transportation Jeffrey Rosen Deputy Secretary Derek Kan Under Secretary for Policy Stephen G. Bradbury General Counsel

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he DOT was established by an act of Congress in October 1966. The mission of DOT’s almost 55,000 employees is to keep the traveling public safe and secure, increase their mobility, and have our transportation system contribute to the nation’s economic growth.

DOT STRATEGIC GOALS

• SAFETY: Reduce Transportation-Related Fatalities and Serious Injuries Across the Transportation System. Safety has consistently been DOT’s top strategic and organizational goal. To improve transportation safety, DOT seeks to work effectively with State, local, Tribal, and private partners; address human behaviors to reduce safety risks; improve safety data analysis to guide decisions; continue to employ safety countermeasures; ensure that automation brings significant safety benefits; and pursue performance-based rather than prescriptive regulations. • INFRASTRUCTURE: Invest in Infrastructure to Ensure Safety, Mobility and Accessibility and to Stimulate Economic Growth, Productivity and Competitiveness for American Workers and Businesses. DOT seeks to work effectively with

State, local, Tribal, and private partners to guide investments that stimulate economic growth, improve the condition of transportation infrastructure, and enable the efficient and safe movement of people and goods. To achieve this goal, DOT will provide guidance, technical assistance, and research that leverages Federal funding, accelerates project delivery, reduces project lifecycle costs, and optimizes the operation and performance of existing facilities. By using innovative forms of financing and project delivery, encouraging partnerships between the public and private sectors, and strategically balancing investments across various modes of transportation to promote greater efficiencies, DOT can maximize the returns to the Nation’s economy and people. DOT Operating Administrations (OA) undertake their own strategic planning processes, and as they update their strategic plan documents, they will align them with the DOT Strategic Plan and their own statutory requirements. • INNOVATION: Lead in the Development and Deployment of Innovative Practices and Technologies that Improve the Safety and Performance of the Nation’s Transportation System. Emerging technologies are transforming our transportation system. DOT seeks to continue its leadership role guiding research investments and facilitating the deployment of beneficial transportation technologies. By engaging with the private and public sectors,

DOT can leverage Federal resources to support technology transfer and ensure the safety and security of new technologies. • ACCOUNTABILITY: Serve the Nation with Reduced Regulatory Burden and Greater Efficiency, Effectiveness and Accountability. DOT will streamline regulations and improve organizational effectiveness of the Department. DOT will raise accountability standards that improve the efficient use of taxpayer funds. By streamlining business processes and investing in workforce development, DOT will enhance its responsiveness and adaptability to the demands of a rapidly evolving industry OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

The Under Secretary of Transportation for Policy serves as a principal advisor to the Secretary and provides leadership in the development of policies for the Department, generating proposals and providing advice regarding legislative and regulatory initiatives across all modes of transportation. OFFICE OF TRANSPORTATION POLICY

Responsible for recommending overall surface transportation policy initiatives to the Secretary, the office coordinates multimodal initiatives and processes, such as the development of DOT’s proposed reauthorization language, and the coordination of the President’s Executive Order on streamlining environmental reviews of transportation infrastructure. OFFICE OF ECONOMIC AND STRATEGIC ANALYSIS

Initiates and develops Secretarial policies relating to the financing of transportation infrastructure; the use of economic analysis in evaluating infrastructure investments, rulemakings, Departmental programs, and other initiatives; the use of economic analysis in reducing congestion and enhancing the efficient operation of transportation networks; and other applications of economic analysis in transportation policymaking. Provides economic analysis of recommendations and proposed rules. Oversees the development and implementation of the Department’s strategic plan. www.ndtahq.com |

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Department of Transportation (DOT) OFFICE OF SAFETY, ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

OFFICE OF INTELLIGENCE, SECURITY, AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

Initiates and coordinates Secretarial policies on safety, environment and energy issues affecting all aspects of transportation. Provides technical expertise on safety, energy and environmental matters for legislative, regulatory and research programs. Serves as the focal point for domestic and international initiatives related to safety, energy and environment. Conducts analyses and recommends policies for: reducing transportation fatality and injury rates, stewardship of the human and natural environment, including air quality, water quality, and historic resources, and protecting environmental health while improving the transportation system.

The Office of Intelligence, Security and Emergency Response ensures the development, coordination and execution of plans and procedures for the DOT to balance transportation security requirements with the safety, mobility and economic needs of the nation through effective intelligence, security, preparedness and emergency response programs.

OFFICE OF INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE AND INNOVATION

The Office of Infrastructure Finance and Innovation is primarily responsible, in coordination with the Office of the Chief Economist, for providing policy direction related to the implementation of infrastructure grant programs, credit programs and regulations that impact infrastructure development and operation. OFFICE OF AVIATION AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

The Office of Aviation and International Affairs carries a broad portfolio of responsibilities covering domestic and international aviation, international trade, and a range of other international cooperation and facilitation issues. The office includes two principal jurisdictions: domestic and international aviation. The office contributes directly to accomplishing DOT’s strategic goal of economic growth and trade, and advances America’s economic growth and competitiveness domestically and internationally through efficient and flexible transportation. GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

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FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) Daniel K. Elwell Acting Administrator

The FAA oversees the safety of civil aviation. The safety mission of the FAA is first and foremost and includes the issuance and enforcement of regulations and standards related to the manufacture, operation, certification and maintenance of aircraft. The agency is responsible for the rating and certification of airmen and for certification of airports serving air carriers. It also regulates a program to protect the security of civil aviation, and enforces regulations under the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act for shipments by air. The FAA, which operates a network of airport towers, air route traffic control centers, and flight service stations, develops air traffic rules, allocates the use of airspace, and provides for the security control of air traffic to meet national defense requirements. Other responsibilities include the construction or installation of visual and electronic aids to air navigation and promotion of aviation safety internationally. The FAA, which regulates and encourages the US commercial space transportation industry, also licenses commercial space launch facilities and private sector launches. FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION (FHWA) Brandye Hendrickson Deputy Administrator

The FHWA coordinates highway transportation programs in cooperation with states and other partners to enhance the country’s safety, economic vitality, quality of life, and the environment. Major program areas include the Federal-Aid Highway Program, which provides federal financial assistance to the states to construct and improve the National Highway Sys-

tem, urban and rural roads, and bridges. The Federal Lands Highway Program provides access to and within national forests, national parks, Indian reservations and other public lands by preparing plans and contracts, supervising construction facilities, and conducting bridge inspections and surveys. The FHWA also manages a comprehensive research, development, and technology program. FEDERAL MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY ADMINISTRATION (FMCSA) Raymond P. Martinez Administrator

Established in January 2000, pursuant to the Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act of 1999, FMCSA’s primary mission is to prevent commercial motor vehiclerelated fatalities and injuries. Administration activities contribute to: ensuring safety in motor carrier operations through strong enforcement of safety regulations, targeting high-risk carriers and commercial motor vehicle drivers; improving safety information systems and commercial motor vehicle technologies; strengthening commercial motor vehicle equipment and operating standards; and increasing safety awareness. FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION (FRA) Ronald Batory Administrator

The FRA promotes safe and environmentally sound rail transportation. With the responsibility of ensuring railroad safety throughout the nation, the FRA employs safety inspectors to monitor railroad compliance with federally mandated safety standards including track maintenance, inspection standards and operating practices. The FRA conducts research and development tests to evaluate projects in support of its safety mission and to enhance the railroad system as a national transportation resource. Public rail education and safety campaigns are also administered by the FRA. FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION (FTA) K. Jane Williams Acting Administrator

The FTA assists in developing improved mass transportation systems for cities and communities nationwide. Through its


Department of Transportation (DOT) grant programs, FTA helps plan, build, and operate transit systems with convenience, cost and accessibility in mind. While buses and rail vehicles are the most common type of public transportation, other kinds include commuter ferryboats, trolleys, inclined railways, subways, and people movers. In providing financial, technical and planning assistance, the agency provides leadership and resources for safe and technologically advanced local transit systems while assisting in the development of local and regional traffic reduction. The FTA maintains the National Transit Library (NTL), a repository of reports, documents, and data generated by professionals and others from around the country. The NTL is designed to facilitate document sharing among people interested in transit and transit related topics. MARITIME ADMINISTRATION (MARAD) RADM Mark H. Buzby, USN (Ret.) Administrator

MARAD promotes development and maintenance of an adequate, well-balanced, US merchant marine, sufficient to carry the nation’s domestic waterborne commerce and a substantial portion of its waterborne foreign commerce, and capable of serving as a naval and military auxiliary in time of war or national emergency. MARAD also seeks to ensure that the US enjoys adequate shipbuilding and repair service, efficient ports, effective intermodal water and land transportation systems, and reserve shipping capacity in time of national emergency. NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION (NHTSA) Heidi King Deputy Administrator

NHTSA is responsible for reducing deaths, injuries and economic losses resulting from motor vehicle crashes. NHTSA sets and enforces safety performance standards for motor vehicles and equipment, and through grants to state and local governments enables them to conduct effec-

tive local highway safety programs. NHTSA investigates safety defects in motor vehicles, sets and enforces fuel economy standards, helps states and local communities reduce the threat of drunk drivers, promotes the use of safety belts, child safety seats and air bags, investigates odometer fraud, establishes and enforces vehicle anti-theft regulations and provides consumer information on motor vehicle safety topics. Research on driver behavior and traffic safety is conducted by NHTSA to develop the most efficient and effective means of bringing about safety improvements. PIPELINE AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SAFETY ADMINISTRATION (PHMSA) Howard “Skip” Elliott Administrator

PHMSA oversees the safety of more than 800,000 daily shipments of hazardous materials in the United States and 64 percent of the nation’s energy that is transported by pipelines. PHMSA is dedicated solely to safety by working toward the elimination of transportation-related deaths and injuries in hazardous materials and pipeline transportation, and by promoting transportation solutions that enhance communities and protect the natural environment. RESEARCH AND INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY ADMINISTRATION (OST-R)

OST-R is an agency whose mission is to identify and facilitate solutions to challenges and opportunities facing the US transportation system. OST-R’s focus is to promote transportation research that will foster the use of innovative technology. OST-R includes the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, an organization dedicated to enhancing the effectiveness, efficiency, and responsiveness of other federal organizations with critical transportation-related functions and missions. With responsibility for research policy and technology sharing, the agency partners with national and international organizations and universities.

OST-R also includes the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, the Transportation Safety Institute and the University Transportation Centers program. SAINT LAWRENCE SEAWAY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (SLSDC) Craig H. Middlebrook Deputy Administrator

SLSDC operates and maintains a safe, reliable and efficient waterway for commercial and noncommercial vessels between the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean. The SLSDC, in tandem with the Saint Lawrence Seaway Authority of Canada, oversees operations safety, vessel inspections, traffic control, and navigation aids on the Great Lakes and the Saint Lawrence Seaway. Important to the economic development of the Great Lakes region, SLSDC works to develop trade opportunities to benefit port communities, shippers and receivers and related industries in the area. SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BOARD (STB)

The STB is an independent, bipartisan, adjudicatory body organizationally housed within the DOT. It is responsible for the economic regulation of interstate surface transportation, primarily railroads, within the US. The STB’s mission is to ensure that competitive, efficient, and safe transportation services are provided to meet the needs of shippers, receivers, and consumers. The board is charged with promoting, where appropriate, substantive and procedural regulatory reform in the economic regulation of surface transportation, and with providing an efficient and effective forum for the resolution of disputes. The board continues to strive to develop, through rulemakings and case disposition, new and better ways to analyze unique and complex problems, to reach fully justified decisions more quickly, to reduce the costs associated with regulatory oversight, and to encourage private-sector negotiations and resolutions to problems where appropriate.

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Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

www.dhs.gov

The Honorable Kirstjen M. Nielson Secretary of Homeland Security Claire M. Grady Deputy Secretary (Acting) RDML Eric C. Jones, USCG Military Advisor

sasters. These homeland security professionals must have a clear sense of what it takes to achieve the overarching vision articulated above.

the coordination and execution of policy and operations between DHS and DOD. Components of DHS (select agency profiles follow):

THE CORE MISSIONS THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY HAS A VITAL MISSION

To secure the nation from the many threats we face. This requires the dedication of more than 240,000 employees in jobs that range from aviation and border security to emergency response, from cybersecurity analyst to chemical facility inspector. Our duties are wide-ranging, and our goal is clear—keeping America safe. Hundreds of thousands of people from across the federal government, state, local, tribal, and territorial governments, the private sector, and other nongovernmental organizations, play a role in executing our mission. These are the people who regularly interact with the public, who are responsible for public safety and security, who own and operate our nation’s critical infrastructures and services, who perform research and develop technology, and who keep watch, prepare for, and respond to emerging threats and di-

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There are five homeland security missions: 1. Prevent terrorism and enhance security 2. Secure and manage our borders 3. Enforce and administer our immigration laws 4. Safeguard and secure cyberspace 5. Ensure resilience to disasters In achieving these goals, we are continually strengthening our partnerships with communities, first responders, law enforcement, and government agencies— at the state, local, tribal, federal, and international levels. We are accelerating the deployment of science, technology, and innovation in order to make America more secure. And we are becoming leaner, smarter, and more efficient, ensuring that every security resource is used as effectively as possible. The primary responsibility of the Military Advisor is to provide counsel and support to the Secretary in affairs relating to

• National Protection and Programs Directorate • Science & Technology Directorate • Directorate for Management • Office of Policy • Office of Health Affairs • Office of Intelligence and Analysis • Office of Operations Coordination • Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) • Domestic Nuclear Detection Office • Transportation Security Administration (TSA) • US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) • US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) • US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) • United States Coast Guard (USCG) • Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) • US Secret Service (USSS)


Department of Homeland Security (DHS) | TSA | FEMA

TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION (TSA)

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA)

David P. Pekoske

William B. “Brock” Long

MISSION

MISSION

Protect the Nation’s transportation systems to ensure freedom of movement for people and commerce.

Helping people before, during, and after disasters.

Administrator www.tsa.gov

Administrator www.fema.gov

STRATEGIC PLAN VISION

An agile security agency, embodied by a professional workforce, that engages its partners and the American people to outmatch a dynamic threat. CORE VALUES

Integrity. Respect. Commitment.

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n the morning of September 11, 2001, nearly 3,000 people were killed in a series of coordinated terrorist attacks in New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia. The attacks resulted in the creation of the Transportation Security Administration, designed to prevent similar attacks in the future. Driven by a desire to help our nation, tens of thousands of people joined TSA and committed themselves to strengthening our transportation systems while ensuring the freedom of movement for people and commerce. The Aviation and Transportation Security Act, passed by the 107th Congress and signed on November 19, 2001, established the TSA.

FEMA’s 2018-2022 Strategic Plan creates a shared vision for the field of emergency management and sets an ambitious, yet achievable, path forward to unify and further professionalize emergency management across the country. We invite all of our stakeholders and partners to also adopt these priorities and join us in building a stronger Agency and a more prepared and resilient Nation. This Strategic Plan was developed with input from our external partners—state, local, tribal, and territorial governments, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector—as well as FEMA employees from offices and directorates across the agency. We listened, and the feedback we received contributed to our Strategic Goals, Strategic Objectives, and overall vision for FEMA over the next five years.

The Strategic Plan sets out three overarching Strategic Goals: • Build a Culture of Preparedness – Every segment of our society, from individual to government, industry to philanthropy, must be encouraged and empowered with the information it needs to prepare for the inevitable impacts of future disasters. • Ready the Nation for Catastrophic Disasters – FEMA will work with its partners across all levels of government to strengthen partnerships and access new sources of scalable capabilities to quickly meet the needs of overwhelming incidents. • Reduce the Complexity of FEMA – FEMA must continue to be responsible stewards of the resources we are entrusted to administer. We must also do everything that we can to leverage data to drive decision-making, and reduce the administrative and bureaucratic burdens that impede impacted individuals and communities from quickly receiving the assistance they need.

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Department of Homeland Security (DHS) | USCG

United States Coast Guard (USCG)

www.uscg.mil

ADM Karl L. Schultz, USCG Commandant of the USCG

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he US Coast Guard is one of the five armed forces of the United States and the only military organization within the Department of Homeland Security. The Coast Guard protects the maritime economy and the environment, defends our maritime borders, and saves those in peril. The Coast Guard provides unique benefits to the nation because of its distinctive blend of military, humanitarian, and civilian law enforcement capabilities. By law, the Coast Guard has 11 missions: • • • • • • • • • • •

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Ports, waterways, and coastal security Drug interdiction Aids to navigation Search and rescue Living marine resources Marine safety Defense readiness Migrant interdiction Marine environmental protection ICE operations Other law enforcement

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USCG ENGINEERING AND LOGISTICS

RDML Melvin W. Bouboulis, USCG Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4)

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he Engineering and Logistics Directorate (CG-4) develops, deploys and maintains the resources necessary to sustain the capabilities to meet operational requirements that support the Coast Guard’s five fundamental roles: Maritime Safety, Maritime Security, Maritime Mobility, National Defense, and Protection of Natural Resources. To do this, our professionals are responsible for engineering and logistics throughout the Coast Guard. The Engineering and Logistics Directorate provides technical, logistics, and engineering support for all Coast Guard operating programs (i.e., Search and Rescue, environmental, etc.). This includes performing or assisting in planning, design, construction, acquisi-

tion, renovation, maintenance, outfitting and alteration of cutters, boats, aircraft, motor vehicles, aids to navigation and shore facilities. Engineering, logistics, and maintenance responsibilities also include complete life-cycle support; installation, operations, maintenance and ultimately replacement. The Engineering and Logistics Directorate is composed of 2,898 people; 133 located in Coast Guard Headquarters and 2,765 located at three Headquarters Units: Aviation Logistics Center, Surfaces Forces Logistics Center (which includes the Coast Guard Yard), and the Shore Infrastructure Logistics Center. The Directorate is responsible for managing an annual budget of one billion dollars. CG-4 is a diverse organization consisting of military and civilian members from many different backgrounds and disciplines. The Engineering and Logistics Directorate has managers, engineers, environmental specialists, scientist, logistician, technicians and Information Technology specialists . . . all vital to the ability to do the Directorate’s job. From the Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics, to the field technician repairing a piece of mission critical equipment, the Engineering and Logistics organization performs as a vital asset that enables the Coast Guard to attain its strategic and performance goals. The men and women of CG-4 ensure the Coast Guard’s complex infrastructure is “always ready” to provide the necessary capability to the operational community to meet the Coast Guard’s missions. OUR MISSION

To develop and support the Systems which enable the men and women of the Coast Guard to be Semper Paratus . . . today and tomorrow. OUR VISION

The Engineering and Logistics Team . . . provides effective, affordable, capability for our customers, today and into the future.


General Services Administration (GSA)

General Services Administration (GSA)

www.gsa.gov

Emily W. Murphy Administrator Allison F. Brigati Deputy Administrator 202-969-7474 • allison.brigati@gsa.gov Robert Borden Chief of Staff 202-501-4707 • robert.borden@gsa.gov

Timothy Burke

Director of Travel Transportation Services timothy.burke@gsa.gov

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s the federal government’s workplace solutions provider, the US General Services Administration works to foster an effective, sustainable, and transparent government for the American people. GSA’s expertise in government workplace solutions include: • Effective management of government assets including more than 8,600 government-owned or leased buildings, and over 215,000 vehicles in the federal fleet, and preservation of historic federal properties • Leveraging the government’s buying

power through responsible acquisition of products and services making up approximately 14 percent of the government’s total procurement dollars • Providing innovative technology solutions to enhance government efficiency and increase citizen engagement • Promoting responsible use of federal resources through development of government-wide policies ranging from federal travel to property and management practices The Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) provides the best value services, products, and solutions to customers and increases overall government effectiveness and efficiency. FAS has four business portfolios: Integrated Technology Services; Assisted Acquisition Services; General Supplies and Services; and Travel, Transportation and Logistics. FAS makes it possible for GSA to deliver excellent acquisition services efficiently and effectively, while providing value to federal customers and the taxpayer. The Office of Travel, Employee Relocation and Transportation Services (T&T) offers enterprise-wide, government-wide, solutions using an integrated shared services strategy. T&T provides the subject matter expertise and procurement support so customers can stay focused on their mission. The Center for Travel Management manages travel programs that are used by over 100 agencies and bureaus and thousands of travelers for air, hotel, online travel management, data reporting and

training, to support customer agencies to efficiently manage their travel spend. The E-Gov Travel Service (ETS), an endto-end, online travel management service consolidated and transformed travel-andexpense management to a single platform that integrates all of the programs for distribution. To include the airline City Pair Program, which has expanded to more than 9,000 markets, fares offered are discounted considerably off comparable commercial fares, and allow government travelers benefits of no advance purchase, fully refundable tickets, and last seat availability. ETS also provides access to the FedRooms lodging program with nearly 6,000 properties world-wide, all approved by the FEMA with rates at or below per diem. GSA’s Employee Relocation Resource Center (ERRC) provides relocation services through the implementation of government wide tools for homesale assistance and household good transportation. The ERRC offers a streamlined procurement process with flexible programs, subject matter expertise, and program support. Furthermore, ERRC helps agencies to develop procurement strategies and to implement service-effective and cost-efficient programs tailored to each individual agency’s mission, culture, philosophy and budget. MAS Schedule 48 assists federal agencies offering relocation benefits for employees and their families, including: move management services, home sale services, property management, and relocation software. In FY18, this program is projected to save the government $21M. The Centralized Household Goods Traffic Management Program (CHAMP) is a tender procurement method allowing quick and easy access to highly competitive rates for household goods shipment services. The Center for Transportation Management offers a multimodal freight program which provides online booking of freight shipments through TransPort Integrator (TPI), significant savings off commercial rates, 0ver 2,000 approved Transportation Service Providers (TSPs), expert assistance and guidance available from transportation management associates; and standards/requirements of Standard Tender of Service (STOS). www.ndtahq.com |

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NDTA extends thanks to its Corporate Members

INDUSTRY MEMBERS Your support ensures the viability of NDTA and, at the same time, sustains programs and events that are open to our general membership. We sincerely thank you for your confidence in, and commitment to, the National Defense Transportation Association. Membership in NDTA appeals to distribution, logistics, transportation, travel, technology, and supply chain companies with recognized presence in international and domestic markets that serve the Defense Transportation System. Chairman’s Circle PLUS Membership is NDTA’s highest level of corporate membership and appeals to major transportation, distribution, and travel companies with recognized presence in national and international markets. It is particularly well suited to companies with multiple operating units. It allows up to eight elements, subsidiaries, or brands to be included under the parent organization. The company gains additional exposure by having its corporate family identified and listed with color logo and text in the annual Defense Transportation Journal (DTJ) Almanac Issue. Chairman’s Circle Membership is comparable with the PLUS category above, except without the multiple operating units feature. It appeals to major transportation, distribution, and travel companies with recognized presence in national and international markets. The additional resources and personal involvement of our Chairman’s Circle members allows us to provide greater committee support, sponsorship of technical and professional development seminars on a regular basis, and expanded coverage of our professional programs. Sustaining Membership is appropriate for companies operating in two or more cities or geographic regions. Sustaining Members may have an established brand, but may want to expand networks, increase opportunities for military or government business, or be active in the national committee structure. Sustaining level membership and above is required to participate on NDTA functional committees. Regional Patron Membership is reserved for the small company operating in a specific geographic area of the country. Regional Patrons may want to establish their service or brand as they grow, network with local industry leaders, or support regional activities. University Program provides custom program development to create a unique relationship for participation with the NDTA including participation in national NDTA & USTRANSCOM events, university on-site instruction and publishing opportunities, student membership and scholarship awards, and local chapter engagement. In addition to exposure and involvement, all Corporate Members, regardless of membership level, can designate employees as individual members of NDTA. In this capacity, employees receive a complimentary subscription to the Defense Transportation Journal (DTJ), as well as hotel and car rental discounts from participating corporate members.

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Chairman’s Circle PLUS — pages 52-82 AAR CORP. Agility Defense & Government Services AIT Worldwide Logistics, Inc. American President Lines, Ltd American Roll-on Roll-off Carrier Group, Inc. Amtrak Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Bennett Motor Express, LLC Boyle Transportation, Inc. Crane Worldwide Logistics, LLC Crowley Maritime Corp. Deloitte FedEx Final Mile Logistics Freeman Holdings Group Goldratt Consulting North America LLC. Hapag-Lloyd USA, LLC International Auto Logistics Landstar System, Inc. Liberty Global Logistics – Liberty Maritime Corporation Maersk Line, Limited National Air Cargo, Inc. Omni Air International, LLC Panalpina World Transport Ltd. SAP Concur Schuyler Line Navigation Company LLC TOTE, Inc. Tri-State United Airlines US Ocean, LLC & Patriot Shipping, LLC Western Global Airlines Chairman’s Circle — pages 83-93 AeroCapital, LLC BNSF Railway Bristol Associates Central Gulf Lines CEVA Logistics Choice Hotels International CSX Transportation CWTSatoTravel DHL Express 50

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Echo Global Logistics, Inc. Global Logistics Providers JM Ship, LLC KGL Holding La Quinta Inns & Suites Matson, Inc. National Air Carrier Association Norfolk Southern Corporation The Pasha Group

SAIC Sealift, Inc. Toll Global Forwarding Transportation Institute Union Pacific Railroad UPS U.S. Bank Freight Payment


Sustaining — pages 93-112 1-800-PACK-RAT AAT Carriers, Inc. Accenture Federal Services Admiral Merchants Motor Freight, Inc. Advantage Rent A Car Air Transport International, Inc. Airlines for America Al-Hamd International Container Terminal American Maritime Officers American Moving & Storage Association American Trucking Associations ArcBest Army & Air Force Exchange Service Arven Freight Forwarding Arven Services, LLC Associated Global Systems Atlas World Group International, Inc. ATS Specialized, Inc. Avis Budget Group aVolt Inc. Baggett Transportation Company Benchmarking Partners, Inc. Best Western International The Boeing Company C.L. Services, Inc. Chalich Trucking, Inc. Club Quarters Hotels Daybreak Express Delta Air Lines Enterprise Holdings Erickson Incorporated Estes Forwarding Worldwide, LLC Europcar Car & Truck Rental Eurpac Evanhoe & Associates, Inc. The Exchange Extended Stay America, Inc. FEDITC FlightSafety International GeoDecisions

Greatwide Truckload Management Green Valley Transportation Corp. Hanjin Intermodal America, Inc. Hertz Corporation Hilton Worldwide IBM Intercomp Company Intermodal Association of North America (IANA) International Association of Movers International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA), AFL-CIO International Organization of Masters, Mates & Pilots Interstate Moving | Relocation | Logistics Keystone Shipping Co. KROWN1 FZC Kuehne + Nagel, Inc. Leidos LMI Marine Engineers’ Beneficial Association Marriott International Martin Logistics Incorporated Mayflower Transit McCollister’s Transportation Group, Inc. Mercer Transportation Company Meridian.US National Motor Freight Traffic Association, Inc. (NMFTA) National Van Lines, Inc. Northern Air Cargo Inc. Northern Neck Transfer Inc. Oakwood Worldwide Omega World Travel Omnitracs, LLC One Network Enterprises, Inc. Oracle ORBCOMM, Inc. Perimeter Global Logistics Pilot Freight Services PODS Enterprises, LLC

Port of Beaumont Port of San Diego Ports America Portus Preferred Systems Solutions, Inc. Prestera Trucking, Inc. Priority Solutions International Priority Worldwide Services PTS Worldwide Radiant Global Logistics, INC. Radisson Hotel Group Ramar Transportation, Inc. Roadrunner Transportation Systems Sabre Savi Technology, Inc. Seafarers International Union of NA, AGLIW Skylease Cargo SonDance Enterprises, Inc, d/b/a Freight Air & Sea Transport Southwest Airlines Co. St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton The Parking Spot TMM, Inc. Transcor Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) Travelport TSA Transportation LLC TTX Company Tucker Company Worldwide, Inc. United Van Lines, Inc. Universal Logistics Holdings, Inc. USA Jet Airlines (Active On-Demand) Vetcom Logistics Volga Dnepr Airlines Wally Park Wapack Labs Corporation Women In Trucking Association, Inc. XPO Logistics YRC Freight

Regional Patrons – pages 112-117 ACME Truck Line, Inc. Agile Defense, Inc. Amyx Bolloré Logistics C5T Corporation CakeBoxx Technologies Cartwright International Cavalier Logistics Chassis King, Inc. Columbia Helicopters, Inc. Dalko Resources, Inc. DB Schenker Enterprise Management Systems Erudite Company

HLI Government Services JAS Forwarding John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences Kalitta Charters, LLC Kansas City Southern Lineage Logistics LMJ International Logistics, LLC Lynden, Inc. MacGregor USA, Inc. Madison Hospitality mLINQS Move One Logistics NFI Industries

Universities – page 117 NovaVision Inc. Overdrive Logistics, Inc. Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association Patriot Contract Services, LLC Philadelphia Regional Port Authority PITT OHIO Port Canaveral Port of Port Arthur Seatac Marine Services TechGuard Security Trans Global Logistics Europe GmbH

Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute University of Illinois at Urbana-Chicago McKendree University School of Business

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INDUSTRY MEMBERS—Chairman’s Circle PLUS

Member Since 1992

AAR CORP.

1100 North Wood Dale Road, Wood Dale, IL 60191 630-227-2000 • www.aarcorp.com www.facebook.com/aarcorp • @aarcorp • www.linkedin.com/company/aar-corp

Marcus Jadotte Vice President, Public Affairs

Marcus Jadotte, Vice President, Public Affairs 202-431-8752 • marcus.jadotte@aarcorp.com Lee Krantz, GM, AAR Mobility Systems 231-779-4833 • lee.krantz@aarcorp.com Joe Mayo, Senior Vice President Government & Defense Business Development 312-925-1359 • joe.mayo@aarcorp.com Nick Gross, Senior Vice President, Government Programs 630-227-2809 • nicholas.gross@aarcorp.com AAR is a global aftermarket solutions company that employs more than 5,000 people in more than 20 countries. Nearly 20 percent of our employees are military veterans with a deep understanding of government and defense operations. We are committed to the very best in public private partnerships and rank among the top 100 defense contractors in the world. AAR is also recognized as a NATO Outstanding Component Repair provider. Based in Wood Dale, Illinois, AAR supports commercial aviation and government customers through two operating segments: Aviation Services and Expeditionary Services. AAR’s Aviation Services include inventory management; parts supply; OEM parts distribution; aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul; and component repair. AAR’s Expeditionary Services include airlift operations; mobility systems; and command and control centers in support of military and humanitarian missions. Additionally, we design and manufacture internal aircraft/helicopter containers, air mobility pallets, and rapidly deployable mobile shelters—both expandable and hardened. We also provide comprehensive supply chain management services to the US government and allied nations. Our programs provide total asset visibility and accountability for mission critical items. While often co-located on client sites, the programs utilize AAR’s global network of warehouses. AAR Airlift Group provides expeditionary airlift service to government and defense customers around the world with a fixedwing and rotary wing fleet. We assist the US Department of Defense, UK Ministry of Defence and the UN with missions around the world, including in Afghanistan, across the African continent, the Falkland Islands, the Western Pacific and the Mediterranean Sea. These services can also be used to support disaster relief and humanitarian aid operations. More information can be found at www.aarcorp.com.

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Lee Krantz GM, AAR Mobility Systems


Chairman’s Circle PLUS —INDUSTRY MEMBERS

Member Since 2004

Agility Defense & Government Services

1725 Duke Street, Suite 450, Alexandria, VA 22314 703-417-6000 • www.agility.com @agilitydgs • www.linkedin.com/company/agility

MG Dan Mongeon, USA (Ret.) President & CEO, Agility DGS Holdings Inc.

MG Dan Mongeon, USA (Ret.), President & CEO, Agility DGS Holdings Inc. 703-417-6002 • dmongeon@agility.com RDML Mark Young, SC, USN (Ret.), Senior Vice President, Strategy & Chief of Staff, Agility DGS 703-417-6013 • myoung@agility.com COL Rich Brooks, USA (Ret.), President, Agility DGS Inc. 703-417-6012 • rbrooks@agility.com Jim Cox, Vice President, Corporate Communications, Agility 703-417-6050 • jcox@agility.com Darrell Gifford, Managing Director, Agility DGS (Middle East & Africa) + 971 4 813 1433 • dgifford@agility.com Chris Murray, Vice President, Agility DGS Europe +44 (0) 208 917 3142 • cmurray@agility.com

RDML Mark Young, SC, USN (Ret.) Senior VP, Strategy & Chief of Staff, Agility DGS

Anne Bradley, Vice President, GRMS Operations +44 844 282 1465 • abradley@agility.com Agility Defense & Government Services (DGS), headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, is the public sector arm of Agility. It provides complete supply chain management, logistics services and commodity services to defense and government customers. With more than 20,000 employees located in more than 500 offices in 100 countries, Agility DGS and its parent company offer a vast network of global land, sea and air transportation capabilities, including warehousing and storage. Agility DGS brings unmatched expertise and innovation to supply chain management providing 3PL/4PL services, project management, demand planning, and logistics and procurement in support of defense and peacekeeping missions, government programs, and humanitarian and relief efforts. Since 2008, Agility DGS has performed on more than 135 contracts and task orders for government, defense, NGO and privatesector customers in the Middle East, Europe, the United States, Africa, Caribbean and Asia-Pacific. It manages the world’s largest single-source household goods contract on behalf of the UK Ministry of Defence. Services include supply chain management, freight management, contingency logistics, disposal, deployment coordination, customs clearance, retrograde support, fuels management, heavy lift, life support services, warehousing and distribution, specialized procurement and more. Product and Service Categories • 3PL/4PL Services • Freight Management • Warehousing • Distribution • Customs Clearance • Fuels Management • Heavy Lift/Projects • Household Goods • Disposal • Supply Chain Consulting • Inventory Management • Procurement • Commodity Management • Program Management • Project Management

Industries & Customers • Oil & Gas • Pharmaceuticals • Retail • Manufacturing • Consumer Goods • Other Commercial • Humanitarian Relief • Public Sector • International Institutions • Peacekeeping Missions

COL Rich Brooks, USA (Ret.) President, Agility DGS Inc.

Some of Agility DGS’s Clients • UK Ministry of Defence • Royal Dutch Shell • Port of Guam • Guam Power Authority • US Defense Energy Support Center • UK Medical Research Council • United Nations

Jim Cox Vice President, Corporate Communications, Agility

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Member Since 2002

AIT Worldwide Logistics, Inc.

701 N. Rohlwing Road, Itasca, IL 60143 800-669-4248 • www.aitworldwide.com www.facebook.com/aitworldwide

Vaughn Moore President and CEO

Vaughn Moore, President and CEO 800-669-4248 • vmoore@aitworldwide.com Keith Tholan, Chief Operating Officer 888-818-6788 • ktholan@aitworldwide.com Greg Weigel, Executive Vice President, Global Operations 800-669-4248 • gweigel@aitworldwide.com Ben Naro, Vice President, Sales 888-857-7704 • bnaro@aitworldwide.com Mike Rothacher, Vice President, Strategic Accounts 800-669-4248 • mrothacher@aitworldwide.com Bob McGhee, Director, Government and Aerospace Operations 888-818-6788 • bmcghee@aitworldwide.com

Keith Tholan Chief Operating Officer

AIT Worldwide Logistics is a trusted, full-service transportation and logistics provider partnering with every branch of the United States government. Our vast global network delivers direct access to military bases and other strategic locations with every piece of cargo fully protected by world-class security measures. All shipments handled by AIT benefit from end-to-end supply chain visibility with 24/7 global coverage. Our complete import and export programs combined with industry-leading domestic capabilities support any size or weight imaginable including project cargo. The experts in AIT’s Regulatory Affairs department are constantly incorporating new regulations into our knowledge base and disseminating up-to-the-minute information throughout the network via alerts, training initiatives and revised best practices. These updates along with our active participation in professional and regulatory organizations help us to fortify the safest, most efficient supply chains possible for our customers, especially those in the government industry. As a CRAF-sponsored forwarder with four approved SCACs, AIT operates in CONUS and OCONUS with in-theater distribution, comprehensive supply chain securities and full Syncada™ processing. Qualifications: • DOS, DOD, DCMA and DLA-approved forwarder • C-TPAT, IATA and TAPA certified • NDTA member • ITAR compliant • DSP License Management • Small Business Forwarder under NAICS #481212 • Foreign Military Sales (FMS) specialist with active contracts under management • Full hazardous material management certification • CRAF partner with CONUS/OCONUS services • Offering IHAT services under approved SCAC • Customized tenders • Spot quoting

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Greg Weigel Executive Vice President, Global Operations

Mike Rothacher Vice President, Strategic Accounts


Chairman’s Circle PLUS —INDUSTRY MEMBERS

Member Since 1957

American President Lines, LLC

1667 K Street, NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20006 202-331-7452 • www.apl.com www.facebook.com/aplshipping • @aplshipping • www.linkedin.com/company/apl Eric Mensing, President/CEO, American President Lines, LLC 202-496-2480 • eric.mensing@apl.com

Eric Mensing President/CEO American President Lines, LLC

Lars Magnusson, Senior Director, Government Trade – Network/Operations 202-496-2484 • lars.magnusson@apl.com Adam Peterson, Senior Director, Business Development 732-713-6933 • adam.peterson@apl.com Christopher Thomas, Senior Director, Government Trade – Sales 615-483-6250 • christopher.thomas@apl.com Will Martin, Director, Government Trade – Sales (West Coast) 510-774-5439 • will.martin@apl.com Jason Silve, Director, Government Trade – Military Sales 202-815-3577 • jason.silve@apl.com Peter Mitchell, Senior Manager, Multi-Modal/Government Programs 202-496 2494 • peter.mitchell@apl.com

Lars Magnusson Senior Director, Government Trade – Network/Operations

Jerry Jameson, Director, Projects & Military Household Goods 512-215-2880 • jerry.jameson@apl.com John Abrams, Director, Contract Compliance 202-496-2486 • john.abrams@apl.com Ladia Jakubec, Director, US Flag Project & Humanitarian Aid 202-875-0417 • ladia.jakubec@apl.com Government Team (US Flag Impelled Cargo – Booking & Customer Service) 1-800-999-7733, Option 6 then Option 2 us.flag@apl.com APL provides global commercial and defense transportation services through a dependable intermodal network utilizing state-of-the-art information technology. APL has been a leader in US and foreign flag shipping since 1848, and continues to be one of the industry’s most dependable and recognized global brands. APL offers the best value for sea, land and air transportation solutions across Asia, North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, the Indian Subcontinent and Australia.

APL Maritime

6110 Executive Boulevard, Suite 410, Rockville, MD 20852 301-468-4279 APL Maritime provides vessel operating services for the APL fleet of owned and chartered vessels, and markets APL’s ships to the Department of Defense for dedicated period charter requirements. APL Maritime prides itself on its record of unblemished dependable service in the demanding liner service, and its ability to meet the specialized and dynamic need of its DOD customers. In partnership with the unions that crew its US flag vessels, APL Maritime brings to bear the optimum mix of ship operating know-how, technical knowledge, and management capability.

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Member Since 1992

American Roll-on Roll-off Carrier Group, Inc. (ARC Group)

300 Interpace Parkway, Building C, Suite B400, Parsippany, NJ 07054 201-307-1626 • www.arcshipping.com Eric Ebeling, President & CEO

Eric Ebeling President & CEO

Raymond F. Fitzgerald, Chairman Gen John Handy, USAF (Ret.), Vice Chairman Matt Eisele, Vice President & General Counsel Arlen Henock, Chief Financial Officer

American Roll-on Roll-off Carrier

300 Interpace Parkway, Building C, Suite B400, Parsippany, NJ 07054 201-307-1626 • inquiries@arrcnet.com Eric Ebeling, President & CEO Chris Heibel, Vice President, Marketing & Contracts Chris Barber, Vice President, Business Development Fred Finger, Vice President, Vessel Operations

Raymond F. Fitzgerald Chairman

Sandy Santianna, General Manager, Customer Service, Pricing & Contracts American Roll-on Roll-off Carrier (ARC) operates eight US flag Ro-Ro vessels and has provided highly reliable US-managed and US-crewed Ro-Ro shipping services since 1990. ARC is committed to providing innovative and flexible solutions for its customers in the US DOD, other US government agencies, and for commercial shippers of vehicles and break-bulk equipment. ARC is the third largest US flag international carrier and the leading US flag Ro-Ro carrier.

ARC Logistics

300 Interpace Parkway, Building C, Suite B400, Parsippany, NJ 07054 201-307-1626 ARC Logistics offers full spectrum shipping and logistics capabilities, including US and international intermodal and multimodal solutions, stevedoring and related terminal services, customs clearance, and trucking. Under the American Auto Logistics (AAL) brand, ARC Logistics was the Global POV Contract (GPC) general contractor from 1998-2014. ARC Logistics has also provided OIF linehaul, PAKGLOC and Northern Distribution Network intermodal services, and sea-air multimodal services in various theaters.

Gen John Handy, USAF (Ret.) Vice Chairman

Chris Heibel Vice President, Marketing & Contracts

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Member Since 2016

Amtrak

10 G Street NE 3E 549, Washington, DC 20002 202-906-4749 • www.amtrak.com www.facebook.com/amtrak • @amtrak • www.linkedin.com/company/amtrak

Will Samolis Director, Industry Alliances

Will Samolis, Director, Industry Alliances 202-906-4005 • will.samolis@amtrak.com The National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak), connects America in safer, greener and healthier ways. With 21,000 route miles in 46 states, the District of Columbia and three Canadian provinces, Amtrak operates more than 300 trains each day—at speeds up to 150 MPH—to more than 500 destinations. Amtrak is also the operator of choice for state-supported corridor services in 15 states and for four commuter rail agencies. Amtrak offers its Federal Discount Program nationwide. Booking options are available to all federal agencies and DOD employees for business travel. Check with your travel management office or contact Amtrak via will.samolis@amtrak.com.

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Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings

2000 Westchester Avenue, Purchase, NY 10577 914-701-8000 • www.atlasair.com William J. Flynn, President & Chief Executive Officer

William J. Flynn President & Chief Executive Officer

John W. Dietrich, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer Michael T. Steen, Executive Vice President & CCO Spencer Schwartz, Executive Vice President & CFO John Nardone, Sr. Director Commercial Planning/Military Charter Programs, Defense & Government Programs 914-701-8303 • john.nardone@atlasair.com Bricker Martin, Director Defense & Government Programs 618-228-7565 • bricker.martin@atlasair.com Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAWW) is proud to be an NDTA Chairman’s Circle Plus member and support the men and women of the United States Armed Forces and our Allies. Atlas Air Worldwide is a leading global provider of outsourced aircraft and aviation operating services. It is the parent company of Atlas Air, Inc., Southern Air Holdings, Inc. and Titan Aviation Holdings, Inc., and is the majority shareholder of Polar Air Cargo Worldwide, Inc. Its companies operate the world’s largest fleet of 747 freighter aircraft and provide customers a broad array of 747, 777, 767, 757 and 737 aircraft for domestic, regional and international cargo and passenger applications. Through an innovative approach that tailors our products to our customers’ needs and requirements, we achieve best-inclass results through our ACMI, CMI, Commercial Charter [cargo and passenger] and Dry Leasing solutions – serving both time-definite and general network operations. Reflecting our global scale and scope, we operated over 48,983 flights to 422 destinations in 103 countries in 2017.

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John W. Dietrich Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer


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Bennett Motor Express, LLC

1001 Industrial Parkway, McDonough, GA 30253 800-866-5500 • www.bennettig.com www.facebook.com/bennettinternationalgroup • @bennettig • www.linkedin.com/company/bennett-international-group David Lowry, CEO, Bennett Motor Express, LLC • david.lowry@bennettig.com

David Lowry CEO, Bennett Motor Express, LLC

Charles Phillips, President, Government Services • charles.phillips@bennettig.com Jim Utley, Vice President, Government Services • jim.utley@bennettig.com Bennett Motor Express (BME) BME is the flagship company of Bennett International Group and is composed of six divisions: Flatbed, Drop Deck, Heavy Haul, Air & Space, Oil Field, Government Services. Specializing in hauling heavy and unusual freight, BME has transported some of the largest pieces of equipment ever moved on the open road. BME’s Government Services team is made up of seasoned subject matter experts with many years of practical experience in the government enterprise. Bennett Heavy & Specialized (BHS) BHS is an approved carrier for the Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) to haul Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E). BHS consistently ranks as one of the top specialized carriers in the nation. Bennett International Logistics, LLC (BIL) BIL is a non–asset based neutral affiliate of Bennett International Group and its family of affiliated companies. BIL is focused on delivering management solutions that integrate resources and technology to design, engineer, and manage complex supply chain processes and systems to both commercial and government entities. BIL has achieved a reputation as an exceptionally unique Third Party Logistics (3PL) provider for Project and Relocation services.

Charles Phillips President, Government Services

Bennett International Transport, LLC (BIT) BIT is an IATA approved, C-TPAT and ITAR certified, non-vessel operating common carrier (NVOCC), customs house broker, freight forwarder, and logistics provider. We offer air freight transport, ocean freight transport, and inter-modal freight transport through our own offices and network of global partners in 105 countries worldwide. Bennett Distribution Services, LLC (BDS) BDS supports you with bi-coastal, dedicated warehousing solutions featuring management systems for public warehousing, supply chain management, yard management, port services, dedicated fleet trucking, and multi-modal freight solutions. Bennett Truck Transport, LLC (BTT) BTT is one of the nation’s leading transporters of factory-built housing, commercial buildings, and towable recreational vehicles. A specialist in Toter, Pick-up, and Tow-away vehicles, BTT has the capability to match any need, no matter how large, through intermodal partnerships with its affiliate companies.

Jim Utley Vice President, Government Services

Bennett DriveAway (BDA) BDA is the industry leader in safe, dependable vehicle transport services for manufacturers, dealers, municipalities, utility companies, and government agencies. We specialize in pickup and delivery of all classes of trucks including tractors, cab and chassis, motorized RVs, utility trucks, emergency vehicles, school and transit buses, specialized equipment, and more. Bennett International Group, LLC (BIG) Marcia G. Taylor, President & CEO, Bennett International Group Since 1974, Bennett International Group has achieved a worldwide reputation as a quality focused premier provider of logistics and transportation solutions to government and commercial customers.

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Boyle Transportation, Inc.

15 Riverhurst Road, Billerica, MA 01821 800-343-2004 • www.boyletransport.com Marc D. Boyle, President & CEO marc.boyle@boyletransport.com

Marc D. Boyle President & CEO

COL Enrique Araniz, USA (Ret.), Director of Operations – West rick.araniz@boyletransport.com Scott Ryan, Vice President of Operations scott.ryan@boyletransport.com Michael Collins, Operations Manager michael.collins@boyletransport.com Boyle Transportation is the premier provider of transportation protective services (TPS) to the Department of Defense, the defense industry, and to shippers of high-value cargo. Boyle provides Constant Surveillance Service (CIS); Dual Driver Protective Service (DDP); Protective Security Service (PSS); Protective Tarping Service (PTS); Satellite Motor Surveillance (SNS); and Trailer Tracking (DCS). Boyle Transportation operates within the most stringent safety and security guidelines in the industry, making us the most trustworthy carrier. Our layered approach to security includes: • • • • • • •

State-of-the-art equipment, proven safety technology, redundant tracking systems No third-party operators or independent contractors Compliance with National Industrial Security Program for classified material Industry leading safety performance C-TPAT certified and compliant with TSA’s recommended security action items Comprehensive background investigations for all employees (staff and professional drivers) Extensive and ongoing safety and security awareness training for all employees

In 2018, in recognition of its exemplary safety program and industry-leading safety performance, Boyle Transportation was awarded the prestigious Grand Prize for National Fleet Safety by the Truckload Carriers Association (TCA). For the fourth consecutive year in 2018, Boyle Transportation was proud to be recognized for providing the best workplace for professional drivers. We were named as one of the Best Fleets to Drive For in North America. The program publicly recognizes carriers based on a four-stage evaluation of hundreds of fleets conducted by an independent third party that measures driver workplace factors such as compensation, benefits, policies, and programs.

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COL Enrique Araniz, USA (Ret.) Director of Operations – West


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Member Since 2014

Crane Worldwide Logistics, LLC

1500 Rankin Road, Houston, TX 77073 www.craneww.com @cwwlogistics • www.linkedin.com/company/crane-worldwide-logistics_2

John Magee Chief Executive Officer

John Magee, Chief Executive Officer Tim Zubradt, Chief Sales Officer 630-517-9528 • tim.zubradt@craneww.com John Weir, Vice President, Government Services 630-517-9534 • john.weir@craneww.com Daniel Ivy, Operations Manager 281-233-9545 • daniel.ivy@craneww.com T.J. Madzy, Government Services Supervisor 630-517-9535 • tj.madzy@craneww.com Crane Worldwide Logistics is a full-service air, ocean, customs brokerage & logistics company. Crane Worldwide Logistics was built on the foundation that we challenge the norm through our five Crane Worldwide value propositions: Our People, Our Service Execution, Our Information Technology, Our Compliance & Quality Programs, and Our Account Management.

Tim Zubradt Chief Sales Officer

Our Company believes in: • A keen sense of urgency • Making excellence a habit • Focusing on innovation and possibilities, not limitations • Being the employer of choice • Honesty in every transaction through trust, collaboration, and teamwork • Listening with the intent of learning • Being the client advocate Our services include: • Airfreight • Ocean freight • Logistics breakbulk/project cargo • Customs brokerage • Road freight • Value added services

John Weir Vice President, Government Services

We are also United Airlines’ sole Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) long-term freight forwarding partner. Crane Worldwide and United Airlines will partner together to support various government segments and private sector businesses with the supply chain solutions they need. Most importantly, Crane Worldwide alongside United Airlines will provide the end-to-end supply chain solutions for DOD requirements.

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Member Since 1977

Crowley Maritime Corp.

9487 Regency Square Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32225 904-727-2200 • www.crowley.com www.facebook.com/crowley • @crowleymaritime • www.linkedin.com/company/crowley-maritime Thomas B. Crowley, Jr., Chairman, President, and CEO 510-251-7515 • tbc@crowley.com

Thomas B. Crowley, Jr. Chairman, President, and CEO

Bleu Hilburn, Vice President Business Development 305-495-3353 • bleu.hilburn@crowley.com Mike Golonka, Vice President Crowley Government Services 904-727-2613 • mike.golonka@crowley.com Owen Clarke, Director Business Development 703-863-0368 • owen.clarke@crowley.com

Crowley Maritime Corporation

Crowley is pleased to support the NDTA. Founded in 1892, we are the largest employer of US Merchant Mariners and operate the largest US Flag Fleet. Our operating companies provide a wide range of logistics and transportation services to commercial and US Government customers.

Crowley Logistics

Bleu Hilburn Vice President Business Development

9487 Regency Square Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32225 305-495-3353, 608-519-6396 • www.crowley.com/industries-we-serve/government-and-military/logistics/domestic-trucking Crowley Logistics offers worldwide logistics services to include truckload, LTL/LCL, NVOCC, freight forwarding, project logistics, warehousing, distribution and customs brokerage. We are proud to be a trusted DOD partner on the Defense Freight Transportation Services contract. Crowley Logistics is also a trusted partner to DOD for disaster response logistics. With front line experience during the Haiti Earthquake, Ebola Pandemic in West Africa, and more recently Hurricane Maria, we are a recognized industry leader in rapid expeditionary response to natural disasters and humanitarian relief.

Crowley Liner Services

9487 Regency Square Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32225 (main office) 904-727-4034, 904-727-2256 • www.crowley.com/industries-we-serve/government-and-military/logistics/ocean Crowley Liner Services is the leading ocean cargo carrier between the United States and Puerto Rico, the Eastern and Western Caribbean, and Central America. With frequent sailings, we provide our government customers with leading transportation solutions.

Crowley Government Services

9487 Regency Square Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32225 757-652-0080, 703-798-4195 • www.crowley.com/industries-we-serve/government-and-military/maritime/vessel-management Crowley Government Services is proud to be a leading operator of vessels for the Military Sealift Command (MSC) and the Maritime Administration (MARAD). We are recognized for safe and reliable maritime operations, engineering services, and port operations in support of our customer missions.

Crowley Fuels Alaska

201 Arctic Slope Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99518 907-777-5505 • www.crowley.com/industries-we-serve/government-and-military/energy/petroleum-distribution Crowley Fuels Alaska provides over a million barrels of petroleum storage, transportation, and distribution to support DOD strategic mobility in the Arctic and Pacific Theaters. We also provide LNG supply, transportation, and engineering services to commercial and US government customers.

Crowley Shipping

9487 Regency Square Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32225 800-276-9539 • www.crowley.com/what-we-do/petroleum-and-chemical-transportation/overview Crowley Shipping operates our large fleet of tankers, ATBs, dry cargo vessels, tugs, and barges, and also operates vessels for other owners. In the course of a year, our tank vessels will safely and reliably transport 400 million barrels of petroleum products throughout North American coasts, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and international destinations.

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Mike Golonka Vice President Crowley Government Services


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Member Since 2018

Deloitte

1919 North Lynn Street, Arlington, VA 22209 571-882-5000 • www2.deloitte.com/us/en/pages/public-sector/topics/defense-security-justice.html www.facebook.com/deloitteus/ • @deloittegov Nathan Houser, Defense, Security & Justice National Sector Leader nhouser@deloitte.com

Nathan Houser Defense, Security & Justice National Sector Leader

Alan Estevez, National Security and Logistics alanestevez@deloitte.com Deloitte’s national Government and Public Services practice consists of more than 13,000 professionals across the country serving federal government, state government, local government and higher education clients across consulting and advisory functions. We assist clients with complex policy challenges; tackling projects from cyber and logistics to visualization and mission analytics, personnel, and finance. Deloitte’s Defense and National Security practice serves clients across: • All branches of the Armed Forces • The Unified Combatant Commands • The agencies of the Department of Defense • The Department of Homeland Security • The Department of Justice • The intelligence community

Alan Estevez National Security and Logistics

The minds behind the machines. Robotics are the rage, but what does the hype mean to you? Digital labor can empower your workforce, enhance stakeholder engagement, automate workloads, and increase productivity. The big picture: potentially reduce costs, free up millions of labor hours for more mission critical tasks, and ultimately, increase readiness. Augmented security: How cognitive technologies can address the cyber workforce shortage. What can cognitive tech do for your cybersecurity professionals? As the cybersecurity talent shortage continues, adding cognitive technologies into the mix can help automate routine tasks, increase responsiveness, and allow cyber professionals to focus more on tasks requiring human ingenuity. Learn how it could work. The data behind the decisions. Getting trusted data to the right decision makers at the right time is essential to mission support and execution. For more than 100 years, Deloitte has been helping clients make decisions based on trusted data. Learn the latest on how we are enabling informed decisions, allocating resources, and improving operations. The analytics behind the intelligence. The best analytics initiatives require focused outcomes, perspective on the data available to support those outcomes, and an ability to garner insights gleaned from the data. Deloitte’s global footprint gives us a unique perspective of where data can be collected and synthesized to support mission needs. Combining Deloitte’s perspective with the latest in cognitive design, you can obtain fast, predictive, and high-quality outcomes. Cyber for the frontline. Where does cyber fit in your operations? At the frontline. In the age of nonlinear warfare, cyber is the frontline in global defense. Deloitte’s Secure.Vigilant.Resilient.™ approach helps manage the cyber risks you know and get ahead of the ones you don’t. The modernization behind the mission. Unified mission and operational system capabilities are the cornerstone for modernization. As the pace of technological innovation accelerates, legacy core systems can’t keep up. People, processes, and operating models have to adapt to the rapidly changing workforce and the fast pace of disruption. Deloitte has a path to harness this changing environment and help you achieve bold outcomes. Smart bases: A key to tomorrow’s fighting force. What does a smart base mean for your people? Military installations are the backbone of the US Department of Defense. While a few military bases have some smart technology, there are significant security, operational, and economic benefits yet to be realized. Smart military bases are a key to tomorrow’s fighting force. Deloitte can help get you there. www.ndtahq.com |

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FedEx

900 7th Street, NW, Suite 550, Washington, DC 20001 202-292-2241 • www.fedex.com • www.facebook.com/fedex • @fedex • www.linkedin.com/company/fedex Kirstin Knott, Managing Director • 202-292-2241 • kjknott@fedex.com

Frederick W. Smith Chairman, President, & CEO FedEx Corporation

FedEx Corporation (NYSE: FDX) provides customers and businesses worldwide with a broad portfolio of transportation, ecommerce, and business services. With annual revenues of $60.3 billion, the company offers integrated business applications through operating companies competing collectively and managed collaboratively under the respected FedEx brand. Consistently ranked among the world’s most admired and trusted employers, FedEx inspires its more than 400,000 team members to remain “absolutely, positively” focused on safety, the highest ethical and professional standards, and the needs of their customers and communities. For more information, visit news.fedex.com.

FedEx Government Services

900 7th Street NW, Suite 550, Washington, DC 20001 • fedex.com/us/government Kirstin Knott, Managing Director • 202-292-2241 • kjknott@fedex.com Coordinates sales, marketing, and technology for the global FedEx Brand. Provides the government with a convenient, single point of access to FedEx shipping, information, and supply chain service.

FedEx Express

For delivery of documents, packages, and palletized freight in the US and worldwide. Internationally, delivery is available to more than 220 countries and territories.

FedEx Ground

Day-definite ground delivery service. For reliable delivery of small packages to every address within the continental US, delivery is in one to five business days.

FedEx Custom Critical

1475 Boettler Road, Uniontown, OH 44685 • customcritical.fedex.com Forrest A. Medley, Managing Director, Sales and Government Programs 234-310-4307 • 800-633-6530 x 3019 • forrest.medley@fedex.com One of North America’s largest time-specific, mission-critical carriers offering direct, door-to-door, 24/7/365 service. FedEx Custom Critical provides all Transportation Protective Services, including Satellite Monitoring. Surface Expedite service transports general commodities in exclusive-use vehicles. For extra care or temperature control, White Glove Services offers vehicles equipped for HAZMAT, AA&E, high-value cargo, and uncrated items. Air services include exclusive-use charters, Air Expedite Network time-specific airfreight services, and blended truck/plane services for fast deliveries. (scac:FDCC)

FedEx Freight

2200 Forward Drive, Harrison, AR 72601 • www.fedex.com Joe Filipiak, Worldwide Acct. Mgr., FedEx Gov’t Svcs., LTL Freight • 410-749-9936 • joe.filipiak@fedex.com Two service choices: an easier way to ship LTL freight. With reliable on-time performance and fast transit times, FedEx Freight provides the choices you need for less-than-truckload (LTL) freight shipping with our streamlined network, extensive coverage and the careful handling you expect from FedEx. Choose the LTL freight service that fits your need: FedEx Freight Priority when speed is critical, high quality service that provides reliable transit times with next-day service up to 600 miles and second-day service up to 1,600 miles or FedEx Freight Economy when you can trade time for savings.

FedEx Office and Print Services, Inc.

7900 Legacy Drive, Plano, TX 75024 • fedexoffice.com Alice Merrick, Program Manager, Government Solutions • 301-404-1008 • alice.merrick@fedex.com Quick, convenient copying and printing; FedEx Express and Ground Shipping. Dedicated Team with federally approved solutions to meet your strategic sourcing needs.

FedEx Supply Chain

700 Cranberry Woods Drive, Cranberry Towns, PA 16066 • supplychain.fedex.com

David Gilley, Managing Director, Business Development • 724-720-3881 • david.gilley@fedex.com Leveraging commercial best practices to provide logistics services to government entities in warehousing and distribution, transportation analysis and management, and supply chain management.

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Kirstin Knott Managing Director


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Member Since 2010

Final Mile Logistics

565 Atlanta South Parkway, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30349 404-608-9021 • www.finalmilelogistics.com www.facebook.com/finalmileusa • @finalmileusa Christopher Dale, President and Chief Executive Officer 404-608-9021 • cdale@finalmilelogistics.com

Christopher Dale President and Chief Executive Officer

Jason Joseph, Director of Operations 404-608-9021 • jjoseph@finalmilelogistics.com COL Colice Powell, USA (Ret.), Director, Business Development 404-608-9021 • cpowell@finalmilelogistics.com Vision Final Mile Logistics is dedicated to providing a full range of logistics services to defense and government customers, government contractors, and commercial customers throughout the world. Our vision for the future is to continue our proud support of the US government and military, together with their allies and contractors. Additionally, we have incorporated the attention to detail that has made us a leader in defense and government logistics into a full range of logistics solutions for our commercial customers. We will continue to solidify our domestic and international relationships throughout the world, giving our customers access to total supply chain solutions that otherwise may be too costly or difficult to attain.

COL Colice Powell, USA (Ret.) Director, Business Development

Innovative Logistics Solutions Final Mile Logistics is a customer obsessed company that provides ‘Best in Industry’ service by operating with accuracy, efficiency and integrity. We are focused on the leading edge of the logistics industry by being innovative, agile and flexible in order to create and develop the most practical solutions for each of our customers. We understand that no organization is the same and that too often solutions are based on pre-set templates that ignore the many variables specific to each and every need of the individual customer. Final Mile Logistics is dedicated to providing our customers logistics peace of mind by tailoring every solution to their specific needs, allowing them to focus on the needs of their own business. A Global Presence No matter where your supply chain needs take you, Final Mile Logistics has you covered. Through our extensive domestic and international network of offices and partners, we are able to offer our customers enhanced peace of mind since we have ‘boots on the ground’ ready to do whatever it takes to ensure your logistics needs are met. We will continue to build and solidify our global network in order to provide our existing and future customers the means to meet their supply chain demands. Having a clear understanding of the logistics processes and requirements of each destination is essential to the effectiveness and efficiency of the service we offer, and ultimately the success of our customer’s operation.

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Freeman Holdings Group

16221 Foster Street, Overland Park, KS 66085 913-951-5600 • www.freemanholdingsgroup.com Chris Freeman, Owner

Chris Freeman Owner

Scott Freeman, CEO • sfreeman@pvillc.com MG Carl Ernst, USA (Ret.), COO • cfe.jejack@charter.net Mike Meurer, CPA, CFO • 913-951-5634 • mmeurer@millionair.com COL Charlie Elliott, USA (Ret.), Director Military Operations • 318-366-7070 • celliott@millionair.com MSgt Pat Thompson, USAF (Ret.), GM, Million Air Alexandria LA (KAEX) • 800-285-8695 • pthompson@millionair.com COL Joe Torres, USA (Ret.), GM, Freeman Jet Center, Lake Charles LA (KLCH) • 337-436-7722 • info.lch@freemanjetcenter.com COL Joe Torres, USA (Ret.), GM, Million Air Lake Charles LA (KCWF) • 337-436-4877 • jtorres@millionair.com LT Joe Keith, USN (Ret.), GM, Million Air Medford OR (KMFR) • 541-842-2254 • info@millionairmfr.com Larry Godden, GM, Million Air Moses Lake WA (KMWH) • 877-762-0222 • lgodden@millionair.com MGySgt Barry Schmelter, USMC (Ret.), GM, Million Air Riverside (KRIV) • 951-247-2111 • csrriv@millionair.com

Scott Freeman CEO

CAPT Greg Smith, USN (Ret.), GM, Million Air Orlando FL (KSFB) • 407-585-6300 • gsmith@millionair.com MSgt Steve Ingerick, USAF (Ret.), GM, Million Air Rome NY (KRME) • 800-400-1509 • singerick@millionair.com MAJ David Turner, USMC (Ret.), GM, Million Air Stennis MS (KHSA) • 228-463-2389 • info.hsa@millionair.com 1SG Tommy Kimmes, USA (Ret.), GM, Million Air Syracuse (KSYR) • 315-937-5770 • info.syr@millionair.com COL Walt Frederick, USA (Ret.), GM, Million Air Topeka KS (KFOE) • 877-886-7352 • info.foe@millionair.com CSM Steve Mohror, USA (Ret.), GM, Million Air Victorville CA (KVCV) • 760-246-7794 • csr.vcv@millionair.com MAJ James Combs, USMC (Ret.), GM, Million Air Yuma AZ (KNYL) • 928-247-9571 • nylyuma@millionair.com Freeman Holdings Group is primarily a group of privately held FBOs located at thirteen airports across the United States. The FBOs are full service facilities with a special focus on military operations and, uniquely, capable of handling cargo and baggage. We treat military and civilian flights as equals, but we understand the unique needs of our military travelers as they transit through our facilities so they are, and will always be, “first among equals.” Twelve of our thirteen FBOs are branded “Million Air” and we are the largest single license holder in the Million Air network of worldwide FBOs.

MG Carl Ernst, USA (Ret.) COO

Alexandria, LA; Riverside, CA; Topeka, KS; and Yuma, AZ are deployment platforms for nearby military installations, with Alexandria and Riverside supporting regular deployments and redeployments for JRTC and NTC respectively. Victorville, CA; Moses Lake, WA; Yuma, AZ; Lake Charles, LA; Stennis, MS; and both Syracuse and Rome, NY have close military relationships in their military support role. Riverside, CA and Yuma, AZ are both located at joint use air fields. Several of our locations are convenient for Special Operations use, including Stennis, MS and Orlando, FL. Ten of the thirteen Freeman FBOs currently hold the DLA fuel contract; the remaining locations are in the process of acquiring the DLA contract. Our relationship with the Million Air franchise links us with the seven-year leader of aviation support and customer service in the trade, nationwide. We are proud of our role in establishing that reputation for our outrageous customer service, professional and precise servicing of military and civilian aircraft, and industry leading facilities and amenities. We are mission, safety and service focused, all delivered with military precision.

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Mike Meurer, CPA CFO


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Goldratt Consulting North America LLC.

7536 E. Angus Drive, Scottsdale AZ 85251 www.goldrattconsulting.com www.facebook.com/goldrattconsulting • www.linkedin.com/company/goldratt-consulting

Rami Goldratt CEO

Rami Goldratt, CEO +972 54-777-3617 • rami.goldratt@goldrattgroup.com Sridhar Chandrasekaran, Partner 408-393-6429 • sridhar.chandra@goldrattgroup.com Dr. Ajai Kapoor, Partner 415-902-5828 • ajai.kapoor@goldrattgroup.com Lt Gen Andrew E. Busch, USAF (Ret.), Strategic Advisor 801-390-5693 • andrew.busch@goldrattgroup.com Goldratt Consulting (GC), was founded by Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt, the inventor of “Theory of Constraints” (TOC), and is a global consultancy operating in all major continents. Our practice focuses on methods that systematically identify and remove constraints to achieve sustainable growth. GC develops and implements growth strategies and holistic solutions for lifting market constraints that demand innovation in new product or service offerings, as well as internal constraints that call for process innovation to accomplish more with the limited resources available.

Sridhar Chandrasekaran Partner

Utilizing its global presence and expertise and coupled with a strong local base of consultants, GC has elevated the performance of leading companies in industries such as Aerospace, Engineering, MRO, Defense, Service, IT, Custom Manufacturing, Logistics, Consumer Goods, Basic Materials, Textile and Retail. For more information: www.goldrattconsulting.com

Dr. Ajai Kapoor Partner

Lt Gen Andrew E. Busch, USAF (Ret.) Strategic Advisor

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Hapag-Lloyd USA, LLC

399 Hoes Lane, Suite 100, Piscataway, NJ 08854 800-834-6314 • www.hapag-lloyd.com • www.facebook.com/hapaglloydag • @hapaglloydag Salvador Bruno, President & CEO 732-733-3636 • salvador.bruno@hlusa.net

Salvador Bruno President & CEO

Jared T. Henry, Vice President, US Government Trade 732-733-3607 • jared.henry@hlusa.net William Herbster, Chief Financial Officer 732-733-3608 • william.herbster@hlusa.net Steve Gallaway, Vice President, Marine Operations 732-733-3604 • steve.gallaway@hlusa.net Margaret O’Leary, Vice President, US Government Services 732-733-3612 • margaret.oleary@hlusa.net Gina Rivera, Senior Manager, Gov’t Contracting & Business Development 732-733-3625 • gina.rivera@hlusa.net Dave Wilson, Senior Manager, US Government Sales 314-933-4420 • david.wilson@hlusa.net

Jared T. Henry Vice President, US Government Trade

Juli Nangano, Senior Manager, Marketing 732-733-3611 • juli.nangano@hlusa.net Tom De Jong, Director US Flag – Antwerp +32 3 5450-739 • tom.dejong@hlag.com Hapag-Lloyd USA is a key supplier of end-to-end container transportation services to United States government agencies and their contractors. Our modern fleet of US flag geared container vessels, a global intermodal network and customized information technology have all been designed to meet the specific requirements of government customers worldwide. Based in Piscataway, New Jersey, the award-winning and dedicated US flag team of service professionals offers tailored solutions to the most demanding logistical challenges and is supported by the extensive network of the Hapag-Lloyd group, which for more than 165 years has set industry-wide benchmarks for reliability, service, productivity and environmental protection. A member of the NDTA since 1956, the men and women of Hapag-Lloyd USA will continue to proudly support the US government customers, and prime contractors in the United States and around the world.

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William Herbster Chief Financial Officer


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International Auto Logistics

110 Office Park Lane, Suite 200, Saint Simons Island, GA 31522 912-280-6009 • www.pcsmypov.com www.facebook.com/internationalautologistics/ • @ialpov

Frederick W. Newton Chairman

Frederick W. Newton, Chairman fred.newton@goiap.com Doug W. Tipton, President and CEO doug.tipton@ialpov.us Ken Quinn, Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer ken.quinn@ialpov.us Rod Mallette, Vice President 912-280-6005 • rod.mallette@ialpov.us Roy L. Mohr Jr., Vice President Operations 912-280-6001 • roy.mohr@ialpov.us Vince C. Watson, Chief Financial Officer 912-602-6389 • vince.watson@ialpov.us Ann L. Hogan, Director, Human Resources and Administration 912-280-6009 • ann.hogan@ialpov.us

Doug W. Tipton President and CEO

International Auto Logistics (IAL) is a special purpose company established to provide highly competent, quality driven automotive transportation and logistics services to the US government. Under the Global Privately Owned Vehicle Contract III, IAL provides comprehensive Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) shipping and storage services for US Service Members, Department of State and Department of Defense personnel. IAL operates Vehicle Processing Centers (VPCs) across the globe, transporting over 60,000 vehicles annually. IAL also provides long-term storage facilities, maintaining thousands of POVs in the United States.

Ken Quinn Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer

Rod Mallette Vice President

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Landstar System, Inc.

13410 Sutton Park Dr., South, Jacksonville, FL 32224 800-872-9400 • www.landstar.com www.facebook.com/landstarsystem • @landstarsystem • www.linkedin.com/company/landstar

John Collins EVP, Government Services

John Collins, EVP, Government Services 904-390-1450 • jcollins@landstar.com Al Reisman, EVP, Specialized Freight Services 904-306-2300 • areisman@landstar.com Mike Cashner, VP, Government Services 904-390-4898 • mcashner@landstar.com Charlie Ward, Account Executive, Government Services 904-390-4840 • cward@landstar.com Robert Dugger, Director, Strategic Government Account Sales 904-306-1795 • rdugger@landstar.com Michele Brown, Director, Government Operations & Security 904-390-1404 • mbrown@landstar.com Mike Fedorczyk, Director, Emergency Services 904-390-4842 • mfedorczyk@landstar.com Landstar Government Services is part of a network of specialists working around the clock to serve the transportation needs of the Department of Defense and all other federal, state and local government agencies. Landstar’s Government Services team is comprised of employees with more than 300 years combined experience in defense transportation. Our mission is to deliver safe, secure, and reliable specialized transportation management solutions for government agencies worldwide, utilizing a robust network of independent agents, capacity providers and employees. A leader in protective services and the movement of arms, ammunition, and explosives (AA&E), Landstar stands ready to support your requirements across the full range of transportation services. Capacity Where and When You Need It. With access to more than 53,000 truck capacity providers and a wide array of equipment, no one in the industry can match the Landstar network. Whether it’s an entire Army Brigade Combat Team (BCT), AA&E, or humanitarian relief supplies, our carriers can handle virtually anything that can move. Regardless of weight, size or sensitivity, we have the right equipment and the people who know how to handle it. Experience Counts. Landstar is thoroughly experienced in responding to the specialized needs of local, state and federal governments, whether the move is domestic or overseas. We understand the need for accessibility, immediate response and ontime, safe delivery—and we have the technology and expertise to make it happen. Safety First. One of the safest transportation networks in North America, Landstar has long served the government, including the US Department of Defense, with an outstanding performance and safety record. Landstar’s 99 percent claim-free delivery rate and accident frequency is well below the industry average and is the result of our strict operator qualification requirements and innovative safety initiatives. Landstar Delivers. Just one phone call delivers access to truckload, LTL, heavy haul/specialized, expedited, air, ocean and rail intermodal services.

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Mike Cashner VP, Government Transportation Services


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Liberty Global Logistics 1979 Marcus Avenue Lake Success, NY 11042 516-488-8800 www.libertygl.com

Philip J. Shapiro Chairman & CEO

Philip J. Shapiro, Chairman & CEO Robert G. Wellner, President Joshua M. Shapiro, Executive Vice President David R. Minetti, Executive Vice President – Commercial Operations Paul (Chip) Jaenichen, Executive Vice President – US Flag John Sheen, Vice President Harry Hussein, Vice President – Sales & Marketing Liberty Global Logistics LLC (LGL), a Section 2 Citizen US company, provides multi-modal logistical services and marine transportation solutions to cargo shippers worldwide. LGL, a US and foreign flag vessel operator and charterer, transports rolling stock, vehicles, heavy equipment, helicopters, tracked vehicles, household goods, containers, and break bulk commodities. Providing point-to-point services, LGL has earned a reputation as a world-class provider of comprehensive supply chain solutions to cargo shippers around the globe.

Robert G. Wellner President

Liberty Maritime Corporation 1979 Marcus Avenue Lake Success, NY 11042 516-488-8800 www.libertymar.com Philip J. Shapiro, President & CEO Joshua M. Shapiro, Executive Vice President & COO Thomas F. Keenan, Executive Vice President – Marine Operations Theodore S. Makrinos, Vice President – Engineering

David R. Minetti Executive Vice President – Commercial Operations

William Campbell, Vice President – Operations John Sheen, Vice President & CFO Liberty Maritime Corporation operates three US flag Supramax dry bulk carrier vessels and four US flag PCTC Ro/Ro vessels in rotating services around the world. The company also operates various foreign flag dry bulk carriers which trade in the international commercial market. Select vessels in Liberty’s dry bulk fleet also have container and ammunition capability. Since its inception in 1988, the American and international maritime community has looked to Liberty for its unrelenting commitment to quality, innovation, and reliable service.

Harry Hussein Vice President – Sales & Marketing

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Maersk Line, Limited

1881 Campus Commons Drive, Suite 450, Reston, VA 20191 703-351-9200 • www.maersklinelimited.com www.facebook.com/maersklinelimited/ • www.linkedin.com/company/maersk-line-limited William Woodhour, President & CEO Torben Svenningsen, Chief Commercial Officer tsvenningsen@mllnet.com Maersk Line, Limited (MLL) is an American company, with offices in Norfolk and Reston, Virginia. We provide US flag transportation to government customers. As a business within Maersk Line, MLL uniquely combines unparalleled experience, maritime expertise and global intermodal capability. MLL has the largest global US flag fleet consisting of 33 vessels. We provide near weekly service between the US, Middle East, Northern Europe and Asia. MLL employs US mariners and works with all the major US maritime unions. MLL supports military, government and humanitarian missions through the transport of cargo on its container and tanker ships. We also offer roll-on/roll-off vessels through our affiliate, Farrell Lines. Our customers rely on our unparalleled experience, maritime expertise and global intermodal capability to ensure safe, on-time delivery of their cargo. Our participation in the Maritime Security Program (MSP) and Voluntary Intermodal Sealift Agreement (VISA) ensures that MLL assets afloat and ashore are always available to support US government needs. Our superior service ensures that the US military meets its stringent required delivery dates and cargo arrives on time. We offer: • Modern Fleet – Our modern US flag ships provide unmatched capacity to transport all types of cargo including bagged, liquid, refrigerated, wheeled and hazardous materials. • Equipment Options – MLL, through its parent company Maersk Line, owns more than 1,700,000 forty foot equivalent dry, refrigerated and specialized containers. On average, our containers are less than six years old and are subject to continuous modernization. • Reliable End-to-End Transportation – Our US flag service network connects most continents and our inland capabilities and global infrastructure are unmatched in the industry. We are uniquely qualified to provide door-to-door delivery with our vessel fleet of over 600 ships and more than 3.1 million TEUs, plus truck, rail and air freight integration. We provide coverage of all major ports in almost every country in the world.

Farrell Lines

1881 Campus Commons Drive, Suite 450, Reston, VA 20191 703-351-9200 • www.farrelllines.com Torben Svenningsen, Chief Commercial Officer 703-351-0119 • tsvenningsen@mllnet.com Farrell Lines is a US flag roll-on/roll-off carrier that provides international end-to-end transportation services to the US government’s customers. We operate three pure car/truck carriers, offer flexible routings and schedules, and provide inland and logistics services under USTRANSCOM’s Universal Service Contract and Commercial Multimodal Transportation contract. Our goal is to simplify the global transportation process by providing outstanding service. The movement of high-value rolling stock, the coordination of deployments and the timing of equipment deliveries are complex, and Farrell Lines has the expertise to meet your required delivery date. We support US troops in the Middle East with a high degree of frequency. Farrell Lines colleagues ensure that you receive exemplary service whenever you move cargo and are available anytime to support your requirements. Farrell Lines has called ports worldwide and will continue to serve destinations preferred by our customers.

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National Air Cargo, Inc.

350 Windward Drive, Orchard Park, NY 14127 800-635-0022 • www.gonational.com Christopher Alf, Chairman and CEO calf@nationalaircargo.com

Christopher Alf Chairman & CEO

Robert Schlager, Managing Director rschlager@nationalaircargo.com Joseph Batten, VP, Airline Operations jbatten@nationalairlines.com James Alexander, VP, Airline Technical Services jalexander@nationalairlines.com As a leading provider of tailored solutions for air transport of passengers and cargo and multi-modal freight forwarding of any goods through any mode, National is proud of our ability to meet customer requirements while upholding the highest standards of safety and quality. The two major divisions within our business—National Airlines and National Air Cargo—provide unrivalled turnkey solutions for transport of people and cargo, anywhere in the world, on time, every time. National offers several compelling reasons to select our firm as your perfect partner for global freight forwarding and air transport of cargo and passengers. As a non-scheduled passenger and cargo airline, National provides point-to-point transport of passengers and cargo almost anywhere in the world. Our tailored solutions meet your specifications and timings, with no requirement to stick to rigid preexisting schedules that other airlines use. In fact, National specializes in short notice and challenging air transport problems. Whether it is a last minute passenger charter for a sports team, transport of critical disaster relief stores, or movement of sensitive election materials into developing countries, National has proven time and again that we are the go-to airline for tailored air transport solutions. National is a member of CRAF operating as a US Department of Transportation 121 Air Carrier. Commercial and government capabilities include a fleet of long-range domestic and international cargo and passenger aircraft. National operates its own organic fleet of B747-400F, and B757-200 passenger aircraft, as well as a dedicated fleet of subcontract aircraft including B747200/400F, AN-124, AN-12, IL-76, A-300, B737, L-100, and Mi-8/17 variants in on-demand charter operations.

National Airlines

Citadel II Bldg., 5955 T.G. Lee Boulevard, Suite 500, Orlando, FL 32822 800-451-3174 • www.gonational.com

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Omni Air International, LLC

3303 N. Sheridan Road, Hangar 19, Tulsa, OK 74115 918-836-5393 • www.oai.aero Robert (Rob) K. Coretz, Chairman • 918-831-3011 • rcoretz@oai.aero

Rob K. Coretz Chairman

Jeffrey (Jeff) C. Crippen, President & CEO • 918-833-3885 • jcrippen@oai.aero Patricia (Trisha) M. Frank, Vice President, Government Programs • 918-831-3014 • tfrank@oai.aero Omni Air International is recognized as one of the world’s most highly qualified and capable providers of worldwide scheduled and on-demand charter services, operating a fleet of modern, fuel efficient aircraft including the B767-200ER, B767-300ER and B777-200ER. The company is a privately-owned airline, has been certified since 1993 as an FAA Part 121 air carrier with flag and domestic authority, and is an IOSA registered carrier. Since inception, the company’s leadership team has executed a thoughtful and methodical business model to ensure growth, stability and sustainability even during periods of economic turmoil. Based on a “safety-first” business model, the company’s team of aviation professionals are highly trained and driven to operate aircraft safely, efficiently and with the utmost regard for outstanding customer service. In fact, Omni was the first non-scheduled passenger airline to attain IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) registration in April 2010 and has continuously maintained conformity to the IOSA standards and recommended practices that have progressively set the bar higher for safety and quality performance. Now in its 25th year of operations, Omni is honored to provide air transportation services to our brave men and women in uniform.

Jeff C. Crippen President & CEO

Omni Air Transport

Dan Burnstein, CEO • 918-831-3087 • dburnstein@flyomni.com Mike Skow, President • 918-831-3951 • mskow@flyomni.com Omni Air Transport was founded in 1983 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, as an on-demand FAA Part 135 air charter operator providing air transportation services using corporate aircraft. For 35 years, Omni Air Transport has provided its customers with reliable transportation, competitive pricing, exceptional customer service, and most importantly, safe and secure travel. The company maintains the highest industry standards for safety and quality, holds an ARG/US “Platinum” rating, IS-BAO certification, Wyvern Wingman, and is certified to operate worldwide. The fleet is comprised of a combination of company-owned aircraft, as well as managed aircraft including Lear 40XR, Lear 45XR, Lear 60XR, Lear 75 and Embraer Legacy 600.

10 Tanker Air Carrier, LLC Rick Hatton, Founder

Dan Burnstein, Chairman John Gould, President Brad Tuttle, Senior Director, Maintenance & Engineering Robert Burrus, Director of Operations Using entirely private capital, 10 Tanker spent five years developing a suppressant tank system for modified DC-IO aircraft to create a modern, jet powered aerial fire-fighting capability that has had a dramatic impact on wildfire suppression efforts. The modification is certified by FAA under a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC). 10 Tanker’s management, maintenance, flight operations, training, and safety programs are endorsed by both the FAA and the OEM (Boeing), and comply with 14 CFR - 137. Now in its thirteenth year of fire suppression operations, 10 Tanker has flown over 3,500 missions on more than 700 fires in 14 US states and two foreign countries. The DC 10’s unparalleled success is due principally to three breakthroughs: • CAPACITY – 9,400 US gallons (35,600 liters) per load – over three times that of conventional tankers – effective line building of up to one mile in length per drop • SPEED/REACH – Jet speed to/from, putting the asset within an hour of fires up to 400 miles distance • COST EFFECTIVENESS – lowest cost per gallon delivered

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Trisha M. Frank Vice President, Government Programs


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Member Since 2008

Panalpina World Transport Ltd.

22750 Glenn Drive, Sterling, VA 20164 www.panalpina.com Neil Dursley, Global Vice President 703-674-2350 • neil.dursley@panalpina.com

Neil Dursley Global Vice President

Michael Galya, Vice President, Regional IV Manager, Government, Aid, + Relief, Americas 970-833-5958 • michael.galya@panalpina.com The Panalpina Group combines its core products of Air Freight, Ocean Freight, and Logistics to deliver globally integrated, tailormade end-to-end solutions. Drawing on in-depth industry know-how and customized IT systems, Panalpina manages the needs of its customers’ supply chains, no matter how demanding they might be. The Panalpina Group operates a global network with some 500 offices in more than 70 countries, and it works with partner companies in another 90 countries. Panalpina employs more than 16,000 people worldwide, who deliver a comprehensive service to the highest quality standards. Panalpina supports defense contractors and governments, including the US Department of State and US Department of Defense, with bespoke transport services for a wide variety of cargoes, above and beyond just military equipment. With a dedicated and highly skilled team that relies on the company’s global network, Panalpina provides global solutions for on-board courier services, emergency supplies, ITAR moves, FMS, charters, aid & relief, over-sized cargo moves, and sustainment supplies to some of the most challenging environments on the planet.

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SAP Concur

1919 Gallows Road, Suite 800, Vienna, VA 22182 703-506-7699 • www.concur.com @concur • @sappublicsector Jamie Kiser, Vice President, Global Services Operation 703-506-7699 • jamie.kiser@concur.com

Jamie Kiser Vice President, Global Services Operation

Charles Motter, Vice President, Government Services 703-506-7699 • charles.motter@concur.com Matt Gibbons, Senior Director, Sales Public Sector 703-506-7699 • matt.gibbons@concur.com Tina Grace, Senior Director, Marketing 240-285-2226 • tina.grace@concur.com Marques-Tibbs Brewer, Regional Sales Executive, Government 703-506-7699 • marques@concur.com Josh Russell, Senior Director, Government Services 703-506-7699 • joshuar@concur.com SAP Concur takes companies and government agencies of all sizes and stages beyond automation to a completely connected spend management solution encompassing travel, expense, invoice, compliance and risk. With direct connections to select suppliers, negotiated and published fares, as well as multi-GDS content, you can provide the best transportation and lodging options that adhere to agency policy directly to your travelers, so they have no reason to stray from your Concur booking tool. If they do book outside your system or if you don’t have a centralized program, Concur pulls in reservations booked directly with suppliers, so you can still capture every travel transaction. With Concur, your agency can deliver a simple online and mobile experience for travelers, plus complete visibility into what’s booked and what’s actually spent.

Matt Gibbons Senior Director, Sales Public Sector

Giving your agency greater oversight and control over its spending, Concur Expense captures your spending wherever—and whenever—it happens. Integrate all your employee-initiated spend data and manage the entire process in a single, easy-touse system so you can configure the solution to automatically enforce agency regulations and see transactions as they occur. Automated invoice management is available to government agencies, as well as through Concur Invoice. Capture your AP spending and simplify the entire process—from requests to approvals to payment and all that occurs between. Empowered with purposeful tools designed for the user, government employees can work more efficiently and effectively in achieving the agency’s mission. A key part of achieving that mission is in fulfilling an agency’s duty of care to its employees. Concur Risk Messaging for Government helps you manage employee safety risks by integrating employee location data and every travel itinerary, with real-time risk alerts and powerful communication tools to easily initiate communication and confirm employee safety, or support them if needed. Our global expertise, industry-leading innovation and dynamic ecosystem of diverse partners and applications unlock powerful insights that help private and public sector organizations reduce complexity and see spending clearly, so they can manage it proactively. Learn more at www.concur.com.

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Josh Russell Senior Director, Government Services


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Schuyler Line Navigation Company LLC

130 Severn Avenue, Suite 201, Annapolis, MD 21403 410-216-9281 • ships@schuylerline.com • www.schuylerline.com Russell Paret, President & CEO

Russell Paret President & CEO

Keith Zelinsky, Vice President, Commercial Chartering Brian Houst, Director, Legislative Affairs and Chartering Manager Julia Irish, Government Operations Manager Schuyler Line Navigation Company, LLC (SLNC) is a leader in operating commercial US flag vessels worldwide. Schuyler Line provides a variety of liner shipping services and logistics services in Denmark, Thule, the North, Central and South American markets, West African markets, and Caribbean markets including Cuba, Guatemala, Belize, Colombia and Haiti. We provide door-to-door solutions for our customers, excelling in turn-key solutions in remote areas. SLNC has access to global networks, providing our customers with unparalleled service from inland destinations and ports in the USA to ports and inland destinations around the world. Supplying Military Bases Schuyler Line Navigation Company proudly supports United States military operations through extensive experience with USTRANSCOM, SDDC, and MSC charters. Our dry cargo and tanker vessels supply bases around the world, including: Soto Cano, Honduras; Ascension Island; Azores; Thule, Greenland; Diego Garcia; Kwajalein; Guam; Wake Islands; Okinawa, Japan; Sasebo, Japan; and Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan. Schuyler Line Navigation Company is the exclusive carrier for authorized US government and military cargoes to and from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. We provide regularly scheduled liner service on a 14-day sailing schedule. Our crew offers the knowledge, experience, and dedication that is necessary to ensure your mission-critical cargo arrives securely and efficiently to ports around the world. Supporting Government Impelled Cargo Programs Schuyler Line Navigation Company supports government impelled cargo programs for the Export-Import Bank of the United States and the Department of State. In addition, we support USAID and USDA delivering food aid to the Caribbean, Central America, Africa, and other ports around the world. Jones Act Shipping Schuyler Line Navigation Company currently operates Jones Act vessels up to 38,000 short ton capacity providing services on the East Coast, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean, and Puerto Rico. Dome Chartering & Trading Corp Dome Chartering & Trading Corp offers commercial & technical management services for investment interests and ship owners, as well as dry cargo chartering for clients through its affiliated companies. With more than two decades of international commercial management experience, Dome has the experience and expertise necessary to manage commercial vessels and projects of all sizes around the world. Dome’s expertise in worldwide markets lies in bulk and break bulk dry cargoes with a focus on the Americas. We specialize in Jones Act brokerage services on the East and West Coast of the United States. Dome is Schuyler Line Navigation Company’s exclusive commercial representatives (as agents only).

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TOTE, Inc.

14 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542 609-464-3651 • www.toteinc.com @tote_inc Tim Nolan, President and CEO, TOTE, Inc. 904-855-1260 • tnolan@toteinc.com Peter Keller, Executive Vice President, TOTE Inc. 904-855-1260 • pkeller@toteinc.com Kevin Kendrick, Senior Vice President, Chief Commercial Officer, TOTE, Inc. 704-246-8839 • kkendrick@toteinc.com Phil Greene Jr., President, TOTE Services 202-578-7233 • pgreenejr@toteservices.com Grace Greene, President, TOTE Maritime Alaska 800-426-0074 • ggreene@totemaritime.com Mike Noone, President, TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico 904-855-1260 • mnoone@totemaritime.com Glemious Jackson-Chatters, Military & Commercial Cargo Svcs. Mgr., TOTE Maritime Alaska 253-449-8206 • gjackson@totemocean.com William Taylor, Vice President, US Sales, TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico 904-855-1260 • wtaylor@totemartitime.com TOTE is a leading transportation and logistics company, overseeing some of the most trusted companies in the US. TOTE Maritime companies TOTE Maritime Alaska and TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico bring unmatched reliability and service to their respective markets. TOTE Services offers crewing and technical services to meet the needs of commercial, privately owned and US government vessels. TOTE is part of the Saltchuk family of companies. www.toteinc.com

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Tim Nolan President and CEO TOTE, Inc.


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Tri-State, A Division of the Roadmaster Group

17235 N. 75th Avenue, Suite D175, Glendale, AZ 85308 www.tristatesecured.com John Wilbur, President and CEO 623-344-1105 • john.wilbur@roadmastergroup.com Don Welchoff, Executive Vice President 623-344-1144 • don.welchoff@roadmastergroup.com Russ Thompson, Executive Vice President 623-344-1173 • russ.thompson@roadmastergroup.com Donnie Lester, Vice President, Safety 417-621-2658 • donnie.lester@roadmastergroup.com Charlie Pittman, Vice President, Sales and Marketing 417-621-2101 • charlie.pittman@roadmastergroup.com Tri-State Motor Transit Co. (TSMT) is an asset-based carrier specializing in hauling sensitive cargo including radioactive, AA&E, LTL shipments (dromedary service), secured commercial, hazardous materials and hazardous-waste shipments. TSMT provides service to 48 states, Alaska and Canada. Cross-border, services are provided in and out of Mexico. TSMT was founded in 1903, incorporated in 1931 and approved as a Department of Defense carrier in 1931. In May 2016, TSMT was purchased by the Roadmaster Group. The Roadmaster Group and TSMT joined the Daseke organization in December, 2017. As a result of this merger, TSMT recently combined with its sister company, R&R Trucking, increasing our fleet to 500 trucks including over 400 teams. TSMT has a large, highly trained core of drivers provided with the latest technology in tractors and trailers. All tractors are equipped with Electronic Logs and DVIR’s, Panic Buttons, Collision Avoidance with Adaptive Cruise, Roll Stability and Traction Control, Lane Departure notification and live Critical Event reporting. Our new fleet of 53’ dry van and Conestoga trailers are equipped with increased LED Lighting, Tire Auto Inflation Systems, Trailer Hub Thermal Alert, T210 Trailer Tracking. All vans are also equipped with Logistic Posts, Skirts and are CARB compliant. Tri-State – “The Leader in High Security Transportation.”

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United Airlines

233 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60606 www.united.com www.facebook.com/united • @united

Oscar Munoz President & CEO

Oscar Munoz, President & CEO 872-825-2505 • oscar.munoz@united.com Greg Hart, EVP & COO 872-825-2124 • greg.hart@united.com Jan Krems, VP, Cargo 872-825-3125 • jan.krems@united.com Tom Billone, Military & Government Sales Manager 703-222-9546 • tom.billone@united.com United Airlines and United Express operate an average of 4,500 flights a day to 338 airports across five continents. In 2017, United and United Express operated more than 1.6 million flights carrying more than 148 million customers. United is proud to have the world’s most comprehensive route network, including US mainland hubs in Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/ Newark, San Francisco and Washington, DC. United operates 744 mainline aircraft, and the airline’s United Express partners operate 507 regional aircraft. The airline is a founding member of Star Alliance, which provides service to 191 countries via 28 member airlines. For more information, visit united.com, follow @united on Twitter or connect on Facebook. The common stock of United’s parent, United Continental Holdings, Inc., is traded on the NYSE under the symbol UAL.

Greg Hart EVP & COO

United Cargo

233 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60606 www.unitedcargo.com Jan Krems, VP Cargo 872-825-3125 • jan.krems@united.com Sharon Hogg, Cargo Military & Government Sales Manager 312-859-5437 • sharon.hogg@united.com United Cargo delivers superior shipping solutions via the cargo capacity of the world’s most comprehensive route network—an average of 4,500 flights a day to 338 airports across five continents operated by United Airlines and United Express. United operates a mainline fleet of more than 744 aircraft, including 170 wide-bodies, on which United Cargo carried over 3 billion cargo ton miles in 2017. With US mainland hubs in Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark, San Francisco and Washington, DC, and enhanced service to and from Asia and Australia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East, United Cargo can quickly transport customers’ shipments to and from virtually every major cargo market in the world. For more information, please visit unitedcargo.com.

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Chairman’s Circle PLUS —INDUSTRY MEMBERS

Member Since 2002

US Ocean, LLC and Patriot Shipping, LLC 55 Waugh Drive, Suite 300, Houston, TX 77007 281-885-3500 • www.usocean.com @usoceanllc

Will Terrill, President and CEO, US Ocean, LLC and Patriot Shipping, LLC 281-885-3578 • will.terrill@usocean.com

Will Terrill President and CEO, US Ocean, LLC and Patriot Shipping, LLC

Captain Leo Bonser, VP, Military and Humanitarian Aid, US Ocean, LLC & VP, Security Officer, Patriot Shipping, LLC 281-885-3585 • leo.bonser@usocean.com James Jackson, Chief Operating Officer, US Ocean, LLC and Vice-President, Patriot Shipping, LLC 281-885-3590 • james.jackson@usocean.com Justin Miller, Director of Commercial Services, US Ocean, LLC 281-885-3519 • justin.miller@usocean.com US Ocean, LLC, and Patriot Shipping, LLC, operate the largest fleet of United States registered multi-purpose vessels, providing worldwide transport of heavylift, project and breakbulk cargoes. The Company’s modern fleet of shallow-draft, heavylift vessels have lifting capacities of up to 900 MT, as well as roll on/roll off, and float on/float off capabilities, allowing for unparalleled flexibility. US Ocean’s fleet operates worldwide and has carried US flag impelled cargo to and from all seven continents and more than 50 countries around the globe. The Company’s fleet supports a diverse range of governmental and commercial customers by: performing voyages to austere locations such as McMurdo Bay, Antarctica; engaging in the transport of IMO/IMDG Hazardous goods; carrying humanitarian aid goods to remote regions; supporting a variety of international coalition military exercises; and, transporting power, refinery and infrastructure cargoes financed by the Export Import Bank of the United States. Additional information is available at www.usocean.com.

Captain Leo Bonser VP, Military & Humanitarian Aid, US Ocean, LLC & VP, Security Officer, Patriot Shipping, LLC

Patriot Shipping, LLC, is a participant in the Maritime Security Program. A total of five vessels in the Company’s fleet are MSP enrolled vessels. Patriot is also a participant in the Voluntary Intermodal Sealift Agreement. All of the US flag vessels in the Company’s fleet are enrolled in the VISA program. US Ocean utilizes Intermarine, LLC’s worldwide network in connection with its services to its governmental and commercial customers. Intermarine maintains more than 20 worldwide offices and controls an international fleet of more than 40 vessels, some with lifting capacities of up to 1,400 metric tons. Intermarine provides ocean transportation and marine logistics services with regular sailings in the Americas, West Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, plus inducement voyages to Australia and other international ports. Intermarine’s worldwide staff includes master mariners, port captains, and operational personnel who support all aspects of the planning and transport of heavylift, IMO/IMDG Hazardous goods, breakbulk, military, humanitarian aid and other cargoes. For more information, see www.intermarine.com.

James Jackson Chief Operating Officer, US Ocean, LLC and VP, Patriot Shipping, LLC

Justin Miller Director of Commercial Services, US Ocean, LLC

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Member Since 2017

Western Global Airlines

9260 Estero Park Commons Boulevard, Estero, FL 33928 941-725-5503 • www.westernglobalairlines.com James K. Neff, CEO and Founder 941-907-6810 x 1007 • jim.neff@westernglobal.aero Lt Gen Brooks Bash, USAF (Ret.), President 941-907-6810 • brooks.bash@westernglobal.aero Richard Macri, Senior Vice President Operations 941-907-6810 x 1013 • rich.macri@westernglobal.aero Stephen Dix, Vice President Sales 941-907-6810 x 1027 • steve.dix@westernglobal.aero At Western Global Airlines, it is our honor and privilege to support the men and women of the United States Armed Forces with dedication, responsiveness and reliability, anywhere in the world, 24/7/365. Western Global Airlines, a US FAA 121 Certified Airline and member of CRAF, has redefined the ACMI and charter model by providing truly variable and flexible capacity through our highly responsive cargo operating platform. It is custom tailored to meet each customer’s changing requirements as a turn-key cargo operation, offering our customers a seamless extension of their operation. By combining leading state of the art technologies with the unparalleled expertise and dedication of its team, Western Global is available to support its customers in all areas of the operation, including buildup and loading, and last minute schedule changes. As a leading provider of wet leasing and charter services worldwide, Western Global Airlines owns and operates an extensive fleet of highly efficient MD-11 and 747 freighters which it has already flown safely and reliably to more than 300 airports in over 115 countries on six continents. As a result, Western Global has the advantage of being comfortable even in places that are inaccessible and unfamiliar to other carriers. In addition to the US military, its many repeat customers include combination and passenger airlines, express carriers, forwarders and consolidators, humanitarian organizations and government agencies. Western Global Airlines is committed to making every effort to provide relief flights and prompt assistance.

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Chairman’s Circle—INDUSTRY MEMBERS

Member Since 2017

AeroCapital, LLC

4345 Jerry L Maygarden Road, Pensacola, FL 32504 850-912-8741 • www.aerocapital-group.com Scott Sieger, Sr. Vice President and General Manager 850-912-8741 • ssieger@aerocapital-group.com AeroCapital, LLC was established in 2014 and is a service-disabled veteranowned small business based in Pensacola, Florida. AeroCapital provides the best value in aircraft; charter, leasing, operations, maintenance, and logistics support through uncompromising commitment to our customers and the success of their mission. AeroCapital has a scalable team that currently has over 40+ years of experience in the commercial and DOD aviation environment and currently supports the following customers/requirements: • GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) 599 Contract, Charter Broker - Charter broker for Light Jet (Citation V) • On-Call Support - Provide on-call/adhoc A&P and/or A&P IA mechanics in support of ongoing operations • Maintenance Support - Provide A&P/IA mechanics in support of charter operations - Provide logistics support in support of charter operations • Aircraft lease with maintenance and logistics support - Provide two mid-size turbo-prop aircraft (one operated CONUS, one operated OCONUS) - Provide maintenance and logistics support for the two aircraft - Provide 24/7/365 support for the OCONUS aircraft

Member Since 2003

BNSF Railway

2650 Lou Menk Drive, Ft. Worth, TX 76161-0065 817-867-0644 • www.bnsf.com facebook.com/BNSFRailway • @bnsfrailway www.linkedin.com/company/bnsf-railway Theresa Lorinser, Director Marketing, Industrial Products 817-867-0644 • theresa.lorinser@bnsf.com Grace Kung, Manager, Sales 817-867-6539 • grace.kung@bnsf.com BNSF Railway, a Berkshire Hathaway company, is one of North America’s leading freight transportation companies operating on 32,500 route miles of track in 28 states and three Canadian provinces. In addition to the company’s dedication to serving the Armed Forces in support of OEF and as a vital resource in providing transportation services for the movement of military equipment among major bases, forts, ports, depots and National Guard mobilization sites, BNSF is one of the top transporters of consumer goods, grain and agricultural products, low-sulfur coal, and industrial goods such as petroleum, chemicals, housing materials, food and beverages. BNSF’s shipments help feed, clothe, supply, and power American homes and businesses every day. BNSF and its employees have developed one of the most technologically advanced, and efficient railroads in the industry. We work continuously to improve the value of the safety, service, and environmental benefits we provide to our customers and the communities we serve. You can learn more about BNSF at www.BNSF.com.

AeroCapital’s mission is to provide unwavering dedication and support to our customers regardless of who they are, where they are, or what they need. Your expectations and requirements will be met if you choose AeroCapital for your aviation needs.

Member Since 1987

Bristol Associates

1023 15th Street, NW, 11th Floor, Washington, DC 20005 202-682-4000 • www.bristolassociates.com C.N. (Pete) Seidlitz, President James (Ed) McNair, Managing Director Paul Naylor, Managing Director, Europe Robert Rockwood, Managing Director, Corporate Sean J. Lancaster, Vice President Bristol Associates, headquartered in Washington, DC, with offices in Virginia and London, is one of the leading commercial aircraft marketing firms in the industry with an outstanding reputation for professionalism and integrity. Bristol specializes in international aviation and finance with expertise in aircraft acquisition, disposition, financing, and advisory/support services to airlines and corporate aviation departments. Dedicated to remarketing both commercial and corporate aircraft exclusively on behalf of various owners, Bristol currently manages a portfolio of aircraft ranging from Embraer Regional Jets to Boeing 747s, from 9-seat Challengers to VIP-configured Boeings. Clients range from airlines such as United, Air Canada and Singapore Airlines to financial institutions such as Citibank, Bank of America and Mitsubishi, as well as a variety of Fortune 500 corporations. Attuned to the goals and objectives of operator-owners and -lessors, Bristol has a proven track record in structuring ongoing asset management programs, default contingency plans and remarketing plans from conception though implementation.

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Member Since 1961

Central Gulf Lines

460 Park Avenue, Suite 1200, New York, NY 10022 212-943-4141 • www.seacorholdings.com Henry Nuzum, President hnuzum@ckor.com Brooke Grehan, Chief Operating Officer bgrehan@centralgulflines.com Shelton Metcalf, Director of International and Government Business smetcalf@centralgulflines.com Sean Murphy, Director of Commercial Operations smurphy@watermansteamship.com Central Gulf Lines, Inc. (CGL), a subsidiary of SEACOR Holdings, Inc., provides worldwide ocean transportation with a fleet of modern US-flag Pure Car/Truck Carrier vessels for the US military. CGL was established in 1947 and has carried military cargo since 1950. Currently, we participate in the Voluntary Intermodal Sealift Agreement (VISA) and the Maritime Security Program (MSP). As a contractor under USTRANSCOM’s Universal Services Contract, we have been instrumental over the years in deploying large units of military cargo, including Osprey aircraft. Our sister company, Waterman Steamship Corporation, was established in 1919 and has carried military cargo since 1942. It is also a VISA and MSP participant, and today, it specializes in transporting vehicles, construction equipment, high and heavy cargo, and other commercial cargo worldwide, primarily to/from Guam, the US mainland, and the Far East.

Member Since 1999

CEVA Logistics

15350 Vickery Drive, Houston, TX 77032 281-618-3100 • www.cevalogistics.com www.facebook.com/cevalogistics • @cevalogistics Richard Weidner, Vice President – Business Development 832-348-4568 • richard.weidner@cevalogistics.com Mike Stephens, Director – Aerospace and Defense 972-947-1700 • mike.stephens@cevalogistics.com Marc Burgard, Corporate Account Manager 410-868-4052 • marc.burgard@cevalogistics.com CEVA is a leading provider of supply chain solutions, demonstrating core competencies in transportation services, logistics management and information technology. Believing that these primary service components impact every stage of the supply chain, CEVA utilizes its expertise and global infrastructure of more than 1,000 offices and agents in more than 100 countries to establish a competitive advantage for its customers. Committed to operational excellence and superior customer service, CEVA’s network of global professionals remains focused on streamlining processes, improving information, and providing supply and demand strategies that result in profitability for our large base of local, regional and multinational customers. CEVA Freight Management CEVA Freight Management provides a multitude of services to ensure that your supply chain is efficient and cost effective. The Company is ISO 9001:2000 certified, which eliminates barriers to trade and improves productivity. Our security measures are second to none, as evidenced by our C-TPAT and TAPA certifications. CEVA is committed to continuous improvement of its processes and security features that will ultimately guarantee total customer satisfaction in all products and services. CEVA Ground In today’s competitive marketplace, companies are looking for partners and solutions to help operate and run their businesses effectively. Innovation, experience and leadership are key components in leveraging today’s fast-paced environment. CEVA Ground’s portfolio of products and services focuses on business improvements, creating leveraged value for our customers. CEVA Contract Logistics CEVA Logistics US, Inc. CEVA Contract Logistics is a leading global logistics and supply chain management company. It designs, implements and operates complex supply chain solutions on a national, regional or global scale for multinational and large local companies. It provides customers with end-to-end logistics solutions spanning the entire supply chain. The company focuses on a diverse range of market sectors including automotive, general industry, high-tech/electronics, fast moving consumer goods (FMCG), utilities and rail. CEVA maintains 613 warehouses globally with a combined space of approximately 88 million square feet.

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Chairman’s Circle—INDUSTRY MEMBERS

Member Since 1999

Member Since 1955

Choice Hotels International

CSX Transportation

Mark Cronin, Director, Specialty Sales 571-266-2553 • mark.cronin@choicehotels.com

Michael Rutherford, Vice President Merchandise 904-366-5630 • michael_rutherford@csx.com

Choice Hotels is there for guests when they’re traveling for both business and leisure—helping connect each customer with the right hotel for every trip. Today we have more than 6,800 hotels across 30 countries worldwide (and growing), so we’re never far from the destinations travelers are headed. Our Comfort® and Sleep Inn® brands are better today than they’ve ever been, as we invest to implement new designs, renovations and upgrades in hundreds of hotels across the country. In addition to refreshing the brands you already know us for, we’re growing our upscale footprint with the Ascend® Hotel Collection and Cambria® Hotels brand to give guests an experience that will make them feel special in more locations across the country. As usual, breakfast and Wi-Fi is on us at most locations. We think there’s never been a better time to check in at Choice® hotels—where guests can always count on receiving a warm welcome and real value, wherever their journey takes them. For more information, visit ChoiceHotels.com. Ascend Hotel Collection®: Each Ascend® hotel is a unique reflection of its local community, with staff committed to sharing their insider knowledge of the places, moments and experiences that makes each destination special. You’ll discover hidden treasures off the beaten path and find the true local flavor you crave. Cambria® Hotels: Each Cambria® hotel is designed to meet the expectations of the modern traveler, with the amenities you need to be productive, and simple, guilt-free indulgences to let you treat yourself while you’re traveling. With locations in major markets coast-to-coast, each location brings to life the individual community, plus extra perks for loyalty members. Comfort®: With all the amenities travelers need and hotels everywhere they want to be, our Comfort Inn® and Comfort Suites® hotels will get travelers rested and refreshed to take on the day ahead. We’ve upped our game with the Comfort brand, and with our franchisees are investing $2.5 billion in updates through 2019 to deliver more reliable, refreshing experiences for travelers. With spacious, modern rooms, newly renovated public areas and being the largest 100% smoke-free brand in North America, it’s really no surprise that we’re receiving consistently high guest-approval ratings. Sleep Inn®: Every Sleep Inn® hotel is a simply stylish sanctuary that’s designed for a happy night’s sleep. The warm, modern design elements in your cozy guest room all come together in an environment that’s uplifting by design— so you can relax and enjoy the sweetest dreams. Quality®: At Quality® hotels, you get real value for your hard-earned money. Our “Value Qs” assure you get your money’s worth, so you can relax and focus on the people and experiences you came for. Clarion®: We believe that life is better when you get together, so Clarion hotels provide the meeting space, catering, restaurants, bars and social atmosphere that make it the perfect place to meet up in person for any business or special occasion. MainStay Suites®: Being away from home doesn’t mean you have to be out of balance. Let MainStay Suites® extended stay hotels help you maintain your lifestyle during longer stays—while enjoying the perks of hotel living. Suburban Extended Stay Hotel®: Can a simple solution to your longer-term housing needs be as pleasant as it is affordable? Suburban Extended Stay Hotel® studio suites come with just the right hotel amenities so you can stay in both comfort and convenience. Econo Lodge®: Econo Lodge® hotels are the familiar name that makes travel simple. We’re easy to find, easy to book and easy on your wallet. We think that just makes travel a little easier on everyone. Rodeway Inn®: When all you need is a solid deal on a simple stay, Rodeway Inn® hotels are just what you’re looking for. Rodeway Inn® brand offers travel basics with the reliability and security of a national brand you can trust.

Eric Cunningham, Director of Sales 404-350-5459 • eric_cunningham@csx.com

1 Choice Circle, Suite 400, Rockville, MD 20850 301-592-5000 • www.choicehotels.com • www.facebook/choicehotels @choicehotels • www.linkedin.com/company/choice-hotels-international

500 Water Street, HQ Bldg., 3rd Floor, Jacksonville, FL 32202 904-359-3200 • www.csx.com www.facebook.com/officialcsx • @csx

Katie Stratton, Director of Marketing 904-366-5811 • katie_stratton@csx.com Janet Hicks, Market Manager – Metals & Equipment 904-359-1664 • janet_hicks@csx.com John Sheller, Director of Fleet Management 904-359-7676 • john_sheller@csx.com CSX Corporation, based in Jacksonville, FL, owns companies providing rail, intermodal and rail-to-truck transload services that are among the nation’s leading transportation companies, and that connect more than 70 river, ocean and lake ports, as well as more than 200 short line railroads. Its principal operating company, CSX Transportation, Inc., operates the largest railroad in the eastern US, with approximately 21,000 route miles of track linking commercial markets in 23 states, the District of Columbia, and two Canadian provinces. CSX serves Ft. Drum, NY; Ft. Stewart, GA; Ft. Bragg, NC; and Ft. Campbell, KY; Military Ocean Terminal, Sunny Point, NC; Bluegrass Army Ammunition Depot, KY; and Letterkenny Ammunition Depot, PA.

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Member Since 1987

Member Since 2010

CWTSatoTravel

DHL Express

Nick Vournakis, President, US Military & Government Markets 703-682-7300 • nvournakis@carlsonwagonlit.com

Ethan Mattern, Senior Director, Global Head of DHL Public Sector 206-601-8592 • ethan.mattern@dhl.com

Joel Wartgow, Senior Director, Program Management 703-682-7226 • jwartgow@cwtsatotravel.com

Mike Taylor, Director, Global Head of Public Sector Strategy and Analytics 301-693-0516 • mike.g.taylor@dhl.com

Marc Stec, Senior Director, Program Management 703-682-7226 • mstec@cwtsatotravel.com

Oswaldo Bermeo, Director, Global Solutions, Compliance, & Program Mgmt. 305-903-8612 • oswaldo.bermeo@dhl.com

Bob McCauley, Vice President, Products and Services 703-682-7350 • rmccauley@cwtsatotravel.com

David Field, Head of Global Public Sector Sales 916-233-6763 • david.field@dhl.com

Eva Chapa, Vice President, Traveler Services 210-877-3203 • echapa@cwtsatotravel.com

Aaron Weaver, Senior Manager, Global Public Sector Sales 703-944-2345 • aaron.weaver@dhl.com

4300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 500, Arlington, VA 22203 703-682-7266 • www.cwtsatotravel.com www.facebook.com/cwtsatotravel1

Stephanie Maddox, Senior Director, Human Resources 703-682-7225 • smaddox@carlsonwagonlit.com Excellent customer service and effective travel management are our primary goals at CWTSatoTravel. Servicing the US military since 1949, we are the largest and most experienced travel management company in the military & government market. Using this experience, we are able to scale our services and products to meet ever-changing travel needs across the world, regardless of size or mission of the branch of service or agency we serve. We understand that each branch of service and agency has its own unique mission and policies/procedures designed to ensure efficient use of travel budgets. We work with our customers to ensure their travelers have safe and seamless trips while effectively managing the customer’s overall travel spend. We strive to develop configurable solutions from the pre-trip planning and approval process to post-trip expense management. With nearly 70 years of experience, we issue almost 4 million tickets annually to US military and government travelers worldwide, and handle more than $2.6 billion in annual sales. Our strategic proposition to our clients includes access to an innovative Program Management team, industry-leading Travel Services, E2 Solutions, our fully integrated online booking and expense management solution, and nimble financial, reporting, and contracting support teams. These unique attributes equip us to serve our clients as an experienced travel partner. As the US military and government division of Carlson Wagonlit Travel, the largest provider of global corporate travel services, we have access to resources and innovations that enable us to deliver the best combination of services and products in the industry. Our products and services provide optimal solutions for our customers, ultimately helping travelers make the best possible choices while supporting critical agency goals. We recognize that our travelers’ expectations and needs are evolving, and we are adapting our business to these new dynamics. We are committed to creating an unbeatable customer experience by delivering consumer-grade products and services to our travelers, such as our innovative mobile app CWTSato To Go. Our team not only values technological solutions, but also possesses a strong understanding of travel trends and industry best practices. Being experts in our field, we are prepared to make educated policy recommendations, develop data-driven analysis for actionable cost and time savings, and aid our customers with change management. Our active partnerships with multiple modes of transportation and key travel industry suppliers allow us valuable insights and opportunities to collaborate and lead within our industry. We are very proud of our long history serving US military and government clients through best-in-class travel management services.

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1210 S. Pine Island, 4th Floor, Plantation, FL 33324 888-345-9363 • www.dhl-usa.com/globalpublicsector www.facebook.com/dhl • @dhlus

As the world’s largest express global delivery provider, DHL has more experience shipping to more international destinations than any other carrier. We’re comfortable in places that are unfamiliar to most people; our regional program management support ensures operational planning and coordination, ranging from military exercises to front line supply deliveries of time-sensitive cargo. Our network is flexible and our insanely customer-centric staff is ready to meet or exceed the most unpredictable demands. “No one knows the World like we do.”

Member Since 2012

Echo Global Logistics, Inc.

600 West Chicago Avenue, Suite 725, Chicago, IL 60654 800-354-7993 • www.echo.com www.facebook.com/echologistics • @echologistics www.linkedin.com/company/echo-global-logistics Doug Waggoner, Chairman & CEO 800-354-7993 • echomarketing@echo.com Jamie Petzelka, Vice President of Sales and Business Development 312-784-4279 • jpetrzelka@echo.com Echo Global Logistics, Inc. (NASDAQ: ECHO) is a leading provider of technologyenabled transportation and supply chain management services. Headquartered in Chicago with more than 30 offices around the country, Echo offers freight brokerage and managed transportation solutions for all major modes, including truckload, partial truckload, LTL, intermodal, and expedited. Echo maintains a proprietary, web-based technology platform that compiles and analyzes data from its network of over 40,000 transportation providers to serve clients across a wide range of industries and simplifies the critical tasks involved in transportation management. For more information, visit www.echo.com.


Chairman’s Circle—INDUSTRY MEMBERS

Member Since 2015

Member Since 2006

Global Logistics Providers

KGL Holding

Michael S. Chapell Sr., President 203-832-6120

Sam Khatib, Chief Business Development Officer 011-965-1888-700 x225 • sam.khatib@kgl.com

Global Logistics Providers (GLP) has three core business focuses—transportation, energy, and government support. Our transportation offerings bring expertise and local knowledge to facilitate complex projects. This includes multimodal offerings in remote locations connecting the world. The GLP team and extensive network of supply chain experts will ensure solutions are planned, deployed, and activated professionally. Our energy offerings are facilitating the political engagements and operational management of power generation projects. These projects are needed as many countries’ demand outpaces the available electricity supply. Our government support team guides both suppliers and foreign governments through procurement and regulatory obstacles. Our industry focus enables us to fully understand both the business and bureaucracy inherent in FMS and DCS transactions. GLP recognizes the challenges faced, and provides structure and relationships consistent with achieving the business goals. Armed with a Federal Maritime Commission Ocean Transportation Intermediary License and an ITAR approved compliance processes, GLP is able to offer a full suite of services.

Scott Beverly, Director Government Programs 011-965-1888-700 x217 • scott.beverly@kgl.com

PO Box 2480, Darien, CT 06820 203-569-3240 • www.glplogistics.com

PO Box 24565, Safat 13106, Kuwait 011-965-1888-700 • www.kgl.com

Pete Swift, Senior Project Manager 011-965-6692-1764 • pete.swift@kgltc.com KGL is the premier provider of integrated Supply Chain Management (SCM) services in the Middle East. As an asset-based service provider, we fulfill the Transportation, Logistics, Port Management and Shipping needs of countless regional and international clients, to include US, UN, Coalition and NATO forces. KGL supports its SCM strategy by providing safe, professional and timely delivery of manufactured goods, consumables, bulk liquids, petroleum, chemicals, raw materials, project cargo, wide loads and heavy equipment within Kuwait, Iraq and throughout the GCC region. As a PBL provider, KGL provides project cargo movement capabilities for oversized and heavy lift materiel.

Member Since 2017

JM Ship, LLC

650 Chautauqua Avenue, Portsmouth, VA 23707 Michael Hopkins, President 757-618-5763 • mhopkins@jmshipllc.com VADM David Architzel, USN (Ret.), Senior Strategic Advisor 240-587-1697 • darchitzel@fairleadint.com Brian Goldy, Agent 281-545-8212 • bgoldy@potomacmarine.biz JM Ship, LLC (JMS) is a US flag ocean carrier that specializes in transporting ammunition for the Department of Defense. JMS owns and operates MV Mohawk, which has the capability to transport approximately 1,000 TEUs of Class 1 explosives. JMS is affiliated with Fairlead Integrated (www.fairleadint.com), which provides manufacturing, electrical systems, and vessel repair solutions to government and commercial customers in the marine industry.

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Member Since 1961

Member Since 2016

Matson, Inc. La Quinta Inns & Suites

909 Hidden Ridge, Suite 600, Irving, TX 75038 214-492-6600 • www.lq.com/military www.facebook.com/laquinta • @lq Jake Paine, Dir. Global Sales – Fed. Gov’t • 972-505-4519 • jake.paine@laquinta.com

555 12th Street, Suite 700, Oakland, CA 94607 510-628-4000 • www.matson.com www.facebook.com/matsoninc Matthew Cox, Chairman & CEO mcox@matson.com

Kelly Patrick, VP Global Sales • 214-492-6000 • kelly.patrick@laquinta.com

Mike Garvin, Director of Gov’t Services 510-628-4200 • mgarvin@matson.com

La Quinta Inns & Suites™ is a military friendly-military family friendly hotel portfolio! Whether you’re traveling on business, a leisure getaway, or a family vacation, La Quinta Inns & Suites™ and LQ Hotel™ by La Quinta have the right hotel accommodations for you. Take advantage of Free Internet Access, Free Breakfast, and Comfortable Beds at La Quinta Inns & Suites™ and LQ Hotel™ by La Quinta. You’ll find the best rates online, the widest variety of room options, the most reliable hotel information and more on www.LQ.com.

Matson’s transportation offerings span the globe from Shanghai to Savannah, and encompass everything from providing a vital lifeline to the island economies of Hawaii, Guam, Micronesia, Okinawa, and the South Pacific, to delivering a wide range of multi-modal services throughout North America. Long recognized as a leader in Pacific shipping, Matson continues to strengthen its ocean transportation services through new Jones Act ship buildings, industry leading on-time arrivals and award-winning customer service.

About La Quinta La Quinta Holdings Inc. (LQ) is a leading owner, operator and franchisor of select-service hotels primarily serving the upper-midscale and midscale segments. The company’s owned and franchised portfolio consists of more than 885 properties representing over 87,500 rooms located in 48 states in the US, Canada, Mexico and Honduras. These properties operate under the La Quinta Inn & Suites™, La Quinta Inn™ and LQ Hotel™ brands. La Quinta’s team is committed to providing guests with a refreshing and engaging experience. La Quinta Returns Guest Loyalty Program La Quinta Returns™ offers members top-tier status, free nights and other great rewards, fast. Earn points for every dollar spent on eligible rates at La Quinta® hotels. Points can be redeemed for free nights at La Quinta, as well as our world-class resort hotel partners, airline miles/points toward free travel and gift cards/certificates for shopping, dining and entertainment. To join, inquire at the front desk or visit www.LQ.com/Returns. Amenities and Guest Services • Free High-Speed Internet • Free Bright Side Breakfast® • La Quinta Returns™ – your fastest way to earn free nights • Pets are welcome and stay free, at most locations • Mobile website with LQ Instant Hold™ – reserve a room instantly via your smartphone with just your phone number • Ready For You Alert™ – notifies you when your room is ready • Flat-panel HD TVs with 30 channels of HD programming and the latest plugand-play technology, at most locations • Comfy, Bright Morning® pillowtop beds • Spacious workspaces, plus single-cup coffeemakers, at most locations • Fully equipped fitness center at Inn & Suites locations • Swimming pools, at most locations • Guest laundry facilities, at most locations • Free stays for kids 18 and under in parents’ or grandparents’ room • Complimentary airport shuttle service at most airport locations • Free weekday newspaper in lobby at Inn & Suites locations • Meeting space and business center at Inn & Suites locations • Standard room types: double, king, business king and two-room suites – King rooms & two-room suites feature microwave, refrigerator, recliner or sleeper sofa – Inn & Suites offer massaging shower head with curved shower rod, and over-sized desk in king rooms and suites Wake up on the Bright Side®

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Member Since 1970

National Air Carrier Association

1000 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 1700, Arlington, VA 22209-3928 703-358-8060 • www.naca.cc www.facebook.com/national-air-carrier-association-191452260962499/ George Novak, President 703-358-8065 • gnovak@naca.cc Paul H. Doell, Vice President, Government Affairs and Security Policy 703-358-8062 • pdoell@naca.cc George R. Paul, Vice President, Technical Services 703-358-8063 • gpaul@naca.cc National Air Carrier Association, founded in 1962, is composed of 14 air carriers, certificated under Title 14 CFR Part 121. Our members represent a diverse group of air carriers providing non-scheduled and scheduled passenger, and all-cargo services. NACA carriers fill a unique niche in the air carrier industry, offering services in response to ever-changing demands by the US military, the traveling public and businesses. NACA carriers currently transport more than 90 percent of the defense department’s passengers and 40 percent of its cargo to points all over the globe. Our members include Air Transport International, Allegiant Air, Atlas Air, Everts Air Cargo, Kalitta Air, Lynden Air Cargo, Miami Air International, Northern Air Cargo, Omni Air International, Spirit Airlines, Swift Air, Sun Country Airlines, USA Jet Airlines, Western Global Airlines, and XTRA Airways. Our associate members include AJW Group (UK), AerSale MRO Services (Arizona), Bristol Associates (Washington, DC), Marsh USA (New York), MIS Choice (Illinois), Leipzig-Halle Airport (Germany), and Shannon Airport (Ireland).


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Member Since 2005

Norfolk Southern Corporation

Three Commercial Place, Norfolk, VA 23510 www.nscorp.com www.facebook.com/norfolksouthern • @nscorp Ed Elkins, Vice President, Industrial Products 757-668-1586 • ed.elkins@nscorp.com Jim Schaaf, Group Vice President, Metals & Construction 757-668-1577 • jim.schaaf@nscorp.com Donald Jones, Short Line Development & Government Sales Manager 478-749-6036 • don.jones@nscorp.com Kaley Edens, Government Market Manager 757-668-1693 • kaley.edens@nscorp.com Norfolk Southern Corporation is one of the nation’s premier transportation companies. Its Norfolk Southern Railway Company subsidiary operates approximately 20,000 route miles in 22 states and the District of Columbia, serves every major container port in the eastern United States, and provides efficient connections to other rail carriers. Norfolk Southern operates the most extensive intermodal network in the East and is a major transporter of coal, automotive, and industrial products. Norfolk Southern provides the government with reliable and efficient shipping and delivery solutions. Whether you’re a power projection platform with a state-of-theart rail mobility area or a National Guard unit without rail, NS’ extensive rail network offers customers lower costs thanks to many transload locations. NS also offers: • Efficient access to east coast destinations, plus import shipping and domestic distribution channels • Convenient truck delivery combined with long-haul rail economy • Fleet of ramp cars Meet your deployment schedule every time. By moving shipments in a “time-definite” manner and meeting planned vessel schedules, NS provides consistent transit times. Throughout the process, you have complete visibility of your supply chain and can track your shipments from the origin installation to destination installation or port.

Member Since 2003

The Pasha Group

4040 Civic Center Drive, Suite 350, San Rafael, CA 94903 415-927-6400 • www.pashagroup.com George W. Pasha, IV, President & CEO 415-927-6400 • george4@pashanet.com Missy Donnelly, Senior Vice President, Transportation and Support Services 415-927-6467 • missy_donnelly@pashanet.com Mike Connolly, Vice President, Ocean Services 415-927-6439 • mike_connolly@pashanet.com Margaret Groth, Manager, Military Cargoes 415-927-6560 •margaret_groth@pashanet.com Established in 1947, The Pasha Group is a family-owned, third-generation diversified global logistics and transportation company that provides ocean transportation for containers and rolling stock between the US West Coast and Hawaii; port processing services for finished and privately owned vehicles; stevedoring for vehicles, breakbulk and container cargos; auto hauling services with its truck fleet throughout the contiguous US; domestic and international relocation services; and international logistics management for general commodity and project cargoes. Pasha operates facilities at the ports of San Diego, San Francisco and Los Angeles, CA; Baltimore, MD; Honolulu and Maui, HI; and Grays Harbor, WA. Pasha Hawaii is one of the nation’s leading domestic ocean shipping companies serving Hawaii from the continental United States. The company owns a fleet of six fully Jones Act-qualified vessels and operates multiple port terminals. Pasha is a trusted partner for many of the nation’s leading retailers, manufacturers and US government agencies, providing reliable containerized and roll-on/roll-off cargo services that leverage its unique combination of ocean transportation and inland distribution capabilities to deliver goods that are vital to the people of the State of Hawaii and the prosperity of the Hawaii market it serves.

Ship from seaports to military installations all across America. NS is committed to creating transportation value for the US Armed Forces to keep them supplied, capable, and ready for what lies ahead. NS offers customized solutions to meet your needs and lower total delivery costs at the same time. The NS network supply chain technology, domestic distribution network, and strategic partnership provide a range of services from carload direct to local door-to-door delivery, as well as custom handling of returning shipments. DOD and other government agencies can improve the quality and speed of shipments by improving the flow of information and products. NS can also provide you with: • An optimal transportation plan for your installation • Access to integrated shipment and inventory management systems • Customized intermodal solutions • Loading, tie-down, and unloading services • Hands-on technical assistance and support • Truckload pickup and delivery • Real-time supply chain visibility • Performance management reporting • Shipment tracking and tracing • Customer service support • Freight payment and invoicing • Consolidated billing

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Member Since 2014

Member Since 2004

SAIC

Sealift, Inc.

Mark A. Escobar, Senior Vice President and General Manager 973-808-4731 • mark.a.escobar@saic.com

Alan Adler, Vice President 516-922-1000 • adler@sealiftinc.com

Phillip Hall, Vice President, Business Development 703-961-4364 • phillip.hall@saic.com

John Raggio, Vice President 516-922-1000 • raggio@sealiftinc.com

12010 Sunset Hills Road, Reston, VA 20190 www.saic.com www.facebook.com/saicinc • @saicinc

Kevin S. Bennett, Chief, Business Development 703-401-8315 • kevin.s.bennett@saic.com Kenneth R. Wavering, Senior Director 618-779-3291 • kenneth.r.wavering@saic.com SAIC is a premier technology integrator providing full life cycle services and solutions in the technical, engineering, intelligence and enterprise information technology markets. SAIC is Redefining Ingenuity through its deep customer and domain knowledge to enable the delivery of systems engineering and integration offerings for large, complex projects. SAIC’s approximately 15,000 employees are driven by integrity and mission focus to serve customers in the US federal government. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, SAIC has annual revenues of approximately $4.3 billion. For more information, visit saic.com. Innovative Applications of Technology and Expertise SAIC designs, develops and sustains offerings that empower diplomatic missions, support warfighter requirements and advance technology implementations across the world. As a company that provides services to the US government, SAIC has a diverse portfolio of contracts, including supply chain management, hardware integration, software development and global network integration. The company’s diversified contract base enables its employees to provide end-to-end capabilities and solutions across mission and enterprise lifecycles. SAIC develops and sustains many of the core systems of the Air Mobility Command’s (AMC) Consolidated Air Mobility Planning System (CAMPS), the Agile Development Program supporting Global Aircrew Scheduling and Dynamic Replanning, and the Military Surface Deployment & Distribution Command’s (SDDC) Integrated Booking System (IBS). We are experts in transportation and supply logistics, information systems and movements throughout the globe. We are one of the Defense Logistics Agency’s (DLA) largest integrated logistic supply contractors currently supporting programs providing comprehensive supply chain management and logistic solutions for a complex and diverse group of commodities such as packaged petroleum oils, lubricants and chemicals, aircraft and land tires, weapon system spare parts, industrial hardware, and consumable products for base maintenance operations. We deliver products and services to more than 8,000 Department of Defense Activity Address Codes (DODAACs) annually. SAIC is also one of the DLA Information Operations’ leading contractors, supporting multiple contracts to provide a wide range of IT services including Tier 1 help desk support, Tier 2/3 service desk support, and enterprise telecommunications network support. SAIC does all this with a constant and deliberate commitment to ethical performance and integrity. Our core values build a strong foundation for our dayto-day behaviors, commitments to our stakeholders and our high standards in conducting business for all our customers.

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68 West Main Street, Oyster Bay, NY 11771 516-922-1000 • www.sealiftinc.com www.facebook.com/sealift-inc-214522355245320/

Sealift Inc. is a privately held company that was established in New York in 1975. In those early days, Sealift Inc. earned its reputation as a ship brokerage firm specializing in forest products, grain, general cargo and the operation of various breakbulk liner services throughout the world. Through the years, the Company has progressed and today owns and operates a fleet of US flag, ocean-going ships of various types. All operations, chartering, engineering, crewing, IT and accounting are handled at its home office in Oyster Bay, New York. Sealift’s assets are its people and their skills. Everyone plays an important role and adheres to the highest professional standards. The company is dedicated to providing our employees, both afloat and ashore, a safe and healthy workplace while avoiding damage to the marine environment. Sealift Inc. is committed to delivering the highest level of quality service as is indicated by the continued satisfaction of our customers. Sealift Inc. prides itself in providing solutions to complex transportation requirements and has the strength and knowledge to provide the service as needed by those requirements. The United States Transportation Command and its numerous Commands have always been among the company’s most important clients and will continue to strive to provide the highest level of service that they deserve. At present, Sealift Inc. has the honor of having five of its vessels on long term charter to the US Navy’s Military Sealift Command, performing important missions for our country’s defense. Sealift Inc. is celebrating their 42nd year in business and looks forward to continuing to meet USTRANSCOM’s needs in the future.


Chairman’s Circle—INDUSTRY MEMBERS

Member Since 2017

Toll Global Forwarding

800 Hindry Avenue, Inglewood, CA 90301 www.tollgroup.com@toll_group Adam Gomez, Director, Business Development 310-750-7770 • adam.gomez@tollgroup.com Jonathan Fonseca, Director, Business Development 443-900-8121 • jonathan.fonseca@tollgroup.com Toll Global Forwarding is a logistics company offering customers a complete suite of logistics services in all modes of transportation globally. Our services include: Freight Services, Transportation, and Supply Chain Management Solutions. Toll Global Forwarding possesses a proven track record in managing these services with the highest level of service. Our current customers range from small to medium sized businesses to the largest of corporations and the military. Our staff possesses the experience, talent and flexibility in all disciplines of logistics management and the training and compliance for the commercial and federal sector. We have offices located in the Continental US and around the globe. Portfolio of Services: • Transportation: Air, Sea & Ground, Air Charters • Warehousing & Distribution • Expeditionary Logistics • Supply Chain Engineering • Airport & Aviation Services • Port & Maritime Logistics • Procurement, Sourcing & E-commerce Solutions • Base Operating Support • Recruitment Services

Member Since 1987

Transportation Institute

5201 Auth Way, Camp Springs, MD 20746 301-423-3335 • www.trans-inst.org www.facebook.com/transportation.institute/ • @trans_inst James L. Henry, Chairman & President 301-423-3335 • jhenry@trans-inst.org Richard Berkowitz, Vice President, Pacific Coast Operations 206-443-1738 • rberkowitz@trans-inst.org The Transportation Institute was established in 1967 as a Washington-based, non-profit organization dedicated to maritime research, education, and promotion. The Institute’s member companies participate in all phases of the nation’s deep sea, foreign, and domestic shipping trades, as well as barge and tugboat operations on the Great Lakes and 25,000 mile network of America’s inland waterways. All vessels are of US registry—crewed by American citizens operating under the world’s highest safety standards, and proudly flying the American flag. Not only do member companies manage the reserve fleet of military cargo vessels, many member company vessels are contracted to the US military services. With offices on the east and west coasts, Transportation Institute supports a wide range of programs that promote the strength of America’s capability. For 50 years, Transportation Institute has been developing and studying programs and policies to maintain and strengthen the US flag Merchant Marine. To accomplish its mission, Transportation Institute focuses on promoting the following programs: Jones Act: Transportation Institute works to preserve the foundation of the US Merchant Marine: The Jones Act. Transportation Institute defends The Jones Act and educates leaders at all levels of government about the security and economic benefits the act provides to America. Maritime Security Program: Transportation Institute works to obtain full funding for the Maritime Security Program. The Maritime Security Program provides militarily useful ships to the Department of Defense, credentialed mariners for the Maritime Administration, and jobs for many US citizens. Cargo Preference: Transportation Institute works to reinforce Cargo Preference. Cargo Preference programs provide opportunities for US flag vessels to carry US government-funded cargo and employ American mariners to move that cargo. Environmental Legislation: Transportation Institute works to promote pragmatic environmental legislation. The Institute advocates for environmental legislation for a clean and safe marine environment. Transportation Institute’s member companies consistently have outstanding environmental safety records. Transportation Institute: Working for a Strong American Maritime Capability

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Member Since 1964

Member Since 1963

Union Pacific Railroad

UPS

Lance M. Fritz, Chairman, President & CEO

Greg Diven, Federal Government Managing Director 202-675-4227 • gdiven@ups.com

1400 Douglas Street, STOP 1210, Omaha, NE 68179 402-544-4471 • www.up.com www.facebook.com/unionpacific • @unionpacific

Elizabeth F. Whited, Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer Ryan Steinbach, Senior Business Director, Marketing & Sales rjsteinb@up.com Lonnie Ortez, Lead – Marketing & Sales 402-544-4471 • lrortez@up.com Kenny Rocker, VP & GM – Industrial Products Union Pacific Railroad connects 23 states in the western two-thirds of the country by rail, providing a critical link in the global supply chain. From 2005-2017, Union Pacific invested more than $40 billion in its network and operations to support America’s transportation infrastructure. The railroad’s diversified business mix includes Agricultural Products, Automotive, Chemicals, Coal, Industrial Products and Intermodal. Union Pacific serves many of the fastest-growing US population centers, operates from all major West Coast and Gulf Coast ports to eastern gateways, connects with Canada’s rail systems and is the only railroad serving all six major Mexico gateways. Union Pacific provides value to its roughly 10,000 customers by delivering products in a safe, reliable, fuel-efficient and environmentally responsible manner.

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55 Glenlake Parkway, NE, Atlanta, GA 30328 www.ups.com/defense www.facebook.com/ups • @ups • www.linkedin.com/company/ups

Rich Wegner, Federal Government Contracting Officer 618-406-3543 • rwegner@ups.com Ann Vest, US Navy/Air Force/NEXCOM 757-615-6305 • avest@ups.com Anders Nylander, DLA/US Army 512-339-1831 • nylander.anders@ups.com Thomas Griffith, AAFES and Marine Corps Exchange 678-746-8226 • ggriffith@ups.com UPS provides unparalleled expertise in global supply chain solutions, including those tailored to meet the needs of the US government and defense contractors. These solutions leverage our position as the world’s largest package delivery company and a leading global provider of logistics and transportation services, including domestic ground and air freight, and international air freight. Innovative features and value-added services for government customers include electronic invoicing, automated shipping solutions, website tracking with ITV for CONUS and OCONUS, and a full array of Transportation Protective Services (TPS). UPS is the proud recipient of multiple SDDC Quality Awards, which serve as recognition of UPS’s exceptional service delivery, exceeding our customers’ expectations, and our contribution to ensuring global military readiness. Through the Joining Forces initiative, UPS is committed to hiring 50,000 veterans by 2018. UPS has nearly 25,000 employees that are veterans or are currently serving in the Reserves or National Guard.


Sustaining—INDUSTRY MEMBERS

1-800-PACK-RAT Member Since 1997

11640 Northpark Drive, Suite 200, Wake Forest, NC 27587 919-488-3636 • www.1800packrat.com www.facebook.com/1800packrat • @1800packrat

U.S. Bank Freight Payment

Bob Poirier, President • 202-362-0101 • bpoirier@1800packrat.com James Burati, Senior Vice President • 240-216-3010 • jburati@1800packrat.com Sunny Singh, Director of Military Operations 703-627-3104 • ssingh@1800packrat.com

Cheryl Garcia, Senior Vice President 210-380-1234 • cheryl.garcia@usbank.com

1-800-PACK-RAT is the only portable storage and moving company that is a DODapproved Transportation Service Provider (TSP) for personal-property shipments. As a nationwide hauler that operates four military-approved warehouses serving Ft. Hood, San Diego and Washington, DC, it provides critical new capacity to support military families across the US. By combining the largest fleet of steelconstructed moving and storage containers, with a national fleet of household goods vans, it is uniquely positioned to support PCS moves, DITY moves, and logistics projects.

901 Marquette Ave. S., Suite 1800, Minneapolis, MN 55402 866-561-6930 • www.freight.usbank.com @usbankpayments

Jeff Lineberger, Senior Relationship Manager 210-587-9416 • jeff.lineberger@usbank.com All organizations strive to minimize costs and maximize performance, but as a government entity with accountability to taxpayers, these proficiencies are even more critical. In 1998, U.S. Bank pioneered freight payment to specifically accomplish the goals of the Department of Defense (DOD). Since that time, we have helped government agencies operate more effectively and efficiently— enabling them to better serve the American people. Look to U.S. Bank Freight Payment to: • Uncover savings with 100% pre-payment audit • Quickly resolve exceptions and reduce errors by collaborating online • Gain complete visibility of all funds received and disbursed • Deliver the strength and experience of the nation’s fifth largest commercial bank to provide payment integrity, efficiency, and security • Provide a team of people with decades of transportation and logistics experience and who understand government complexities

AAT Carriers, Inc.

800 Market Street, Suite 207A, Chattanooga, TN 37402 866-888-2187 • www.aatcarriers.com Jeremy Shavers, President • 866-888-2187 • jshavers@aatcarriers.com Nina Wilson, Vice President • 866-888-2187 • nwilson@aatcarriers.com Christal Cookenmaster, Director of Customer Service 866-797-4617 • ccookenmaster@aatcarriers.com Brad Culton, Director of Safety & Compliance 866-888-2187 • bculton@aatcarriers.com AAT Carriers is devoted to being one of the premier nationwide carriers for hazardous and sensitive materials, dedicated to providing quality and superior service 24/7/365. We provide dedicated service for a diverse group of government and commercial customers, and handle all types of van, dromedary, and specialized freight.

Accenture Federal Services

800 North Glebe Road, Suite 300 Arlington, VA 22203 703-947-2000 • www.accenture.com/federal @accenturefed John Goodman, CEO Vince Vlasho, Senior Managing Director, Defense Portfolio Lead Accenture Federal Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Accenture LLP, is a US company with offices in Arlington, Virginia. Accenture’s federal business has served every cabinet-level department and 30 of the largest federal organizations. Accenture Federal Services transforms bold ideas into breakthrough outcomes for clients at defense, intelligence, public safety, civilian and military health organizations.

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INDUSTRY MEMBERS—Sustaining Airlines for America

1275 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 1300 Washington, DC 20004-1707 202-626-4000 • www.airlines.org www.facebook.com/airlinesforamerica @airlinesdotorg

Admiral Merchants Motor Freight, Inc.

215 South 11th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55403 612-332-4819 • www.ammf.com Brian Short, President Jim Bemis, CEO Doug Milroy, VP Operations Mark Wothe, Traffic Manager/FSO Admiral Merchants has proudly provided quality Flatbed, Step Deck, Double Drop and RGN service to the Department of Defense for over 30 years.

Advantage Rent A Car

7120 Haven Street, Suite 200 Las Vegas, NV 89119 702-963-1138 • www.advantage.com www.facebook.com/advantagerac @rentadvantage Michael Teanio, Business Development 702-289-9891 • michael.teanio@aezrac.com Advantage Rent A Car is one of the largest car rental companies in the United States. We cater to business and leisure travelers with 44 convenient locations. We’re proud to deliver superior service to our customers. Discount code: CD0526A9AB. Free additional driver.

Nicholas Calio, President and CEO • 202-626-4226 • ncalio@airlines.org Jim Casey, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel 202-626-4211 • jcasey@airlines.org Elizabeth Merritt, Managing Director, Cargo Services 202-626-4160 • emerritt@airlines.org Paul McGraw, Vice President, Safety and Operations 202-626-4099 • pmcgraw@airlines.org Annually, commercial aviation helps drive nearly $1.5 trillion in US economic activity and more than 11 million US jobs. Airlines for America (A4A) vigorously advocates on behalf of the American airline industry as a model of safety, customer service and environmental responsibility, and as the indispensable network that drives our nation’s economy and global competitiveness. Our member carriers and their affiliates transport more than 90 percent of all US airline passenger and cargo traffic.

Al-Hamd International Container Terminal Room No. 505, 5th Floor Horizon Tower Block-3, Scheme-5, Clifton Karachi 75600, Sindh 75600 Pakistan 92 21 35169550 • www.aictpakistan.com Hussain Islam, Chief Executive Officer 92 30 08223900 • spmaritimecorp@gmail.com Ahsan Sarwar, Director Operations 92 30 00555014 • ahsan.sarwar@aictpk.com Qamar-ul-Haq, Chief Financial Officer 92 34 52005403 • qamar.ulhaq@aictpk.com Marazban Mavalvala, Executive Director 92 33 22165339 • maju@aictpk.com Al-Hamd International Container Terminal provides expeditionary logistics support to the multinational Defense Forces with a corporate endurance for versatility, and the ability to anticipate needs and rapidly deliver the right assets to our most important customer at the front line.

Air Transport International, Inc. 145 Hunter Drive, MS-206IT Wilmington, OH 45177 www.airtransport.cc Jim O’Grady, President John Vestal, VP Flight Operations Brian Dufour, VP Technical Operations Michael Holt, VP Sales & Marketing Approved CRAF and AMC Contract carrier operating all-cargo and Combi aircraft carrying both cargo and passengers worldwide with service tailored to customer requirements. Flight following continues 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by FAA-approved flight operations control centers.

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American Maritime Officers

490 L’Enfant Plaza, SW, Suite 7204, Washington, DC 20024 202-479-1166 • www.amo-union.org www.facebook.com/amounion Paul Doell, National President 954-921-2221 • pauldoell51@yahoo.com Charles Murdock, National Secretary-Treasurer cmurdock@amo-union.org Michael Murphy, National VP, Government Relations 202-479-1166 • mikemurphy68@aol.com The American Maritime Officers (AMO) represents licensed deck, engineering, and radio-electronics officers to US and international shipping companies involved in domestic, foreign, and government trade. AMO trains its officers in a state-of-the-art training center sponsored by employers and located in Dania Beach, FL.


Sustaining—INDUSTRY MEMBERS American Moving & Storage Association

Arven Freight Forwarding

2800 Eisenhower Ave., Suite 200, Alexandria, VA 22314 703-683-7410 • www.promover.org www.facebook.com/amsapromover • @amsapromover Scott Michael, President & CEO 703-683-7418 • smichael@moving.org Paul Milotte, Vice President of Government Affairs 703-706-4991 • pmilotte@moving.org John Becker, Vice President, Military Policy 703-706-4993 • jbecker@moving.org Kim Reeder, Manager, Rate Filing Services 703-706-4972 • kreeder@moving.org The American Moving & Storage Association represents professional movers and serves as the home of the ProMover certification program for interstate moving companies. Members include small family-run businesses, national van lines and industry suppliers who make moving across town, across the country or around the world possible.

15025 Farm Creek Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22191 703-491-2025 • www.arvenff.com A. Rudy Archer, President/CEO 703-491-2025 • rudy.archer@arvenff.com James Jackson, Jr., Operations Manager 703-491-2025 • james.jackson@arvenff.com Kevin E. Burwell, Director of National Sales 470-255-5409 • kevin.burwell@arvenff.com Arven Freight Forwarding, Inc. (AFF) is a privately held, minority owned small business located in Woodbridge, Virginia, that was established in 1994. AFF provides transportation, logistics and storage services to both commercial and government agencies worldwide. Since its inception, AFF has established itself as a high quality, professional and cost effective organization that creates custom tailored solutions to meet your freight forwarding and logistics needs. So whether you need Air Cargo, Truck-Load Ground Transportation, or Office Move Management Services—we have the experience and the resources to complete any job, anywhere.

American Trucking Associations

950 N. Glebe Road, Suite 210, Arlington, VA 22203 703-838-1997 • www.trucking.org www.facebook.com/americantruckingassociations/ @truckingdotorg

Arven Services, LLC

15005 Farm Creek Drive, #115 Woodbridge, VA 22191 703-491-2025 • www.arvenservices.com

Bill Wanamaker, Exec. Director • 703-838-1997 • bwanamaker@trucking.org Joe Filipiak (Worldwide Acct. Mgr., FedEx Government Services – LTL Freight) Chairman, ATA Government Freight Conference • joe.filipiak@fedex.com Charles Phillips (President, Government Division, Bennett Motor Express, LLC) Vice Chairman, ATA Gov’t Freight Conference • charles.phillips@bennettig.com Brian Carter, (YRC Government Vertical; Corp. Acct. Exec.) 2nd Vice Chairman, ATA Government Freight Conference • brian.carter@yrcfreight.com

Edward Brown, Jr., CEO 757-513-1831 • eb@arvenservices.com Steven Clark, Secretary/Treasurer 703-497-8596 • sc@arvenservices.com Kelly Bennett, VP/Operations 404-643-0196 • vkb@arvenservices.com Carlos Rentas, Logistics/SAP, Director 443-531-2364 • ca@arvenservices.com

ATA is the premier trucking trade association representing the full spectrum of motor carrier services in the United States. We are a federation of approximately 75 trucking associations, councils, and conferences collaborating to advance the safety and productivity of America’s diverse trucking industry. ATA members convene periodically throughout each year in myriad groups to generate industry-wide consensus on matters including safety, federal regulations and legislation, engineering and technology protocols, maintenance best practices, security, industry-specific economics and research. The GFC convenes following most NDTA Surface Committee meetings.

Arven Services, LLC provides complete full scale Supply Chain Management and logistics support on a global scale, from the initial phases of concept of support through project development to actual operations (full service) or the management of existing infrastructure (turnkey). We produce top quality results through assembled teams of professional, experienced, dedicated logisticians and intelligence experts who possess the real-world knowledge, best training, background and expertise to fulfill our customers’ requirements. We maintain a “Top Secret” Facility Clearance and currently awarded GSA Schedule – LOGWORLD (874V).

ArcBest

8401 McClure Drive, Fort Smith, AR 72916 479-785-6000 • www.arcb.com www.facebook.com/arcbestcorp/ • @arcbestcorp Dave Darter, Chief Sales Officer • 479-785-6000 • ddarter@arcb.com Ron Ducharme, Director Enterprise Sales • 630-375-6849 • ronnied@arcb.com Marc Weidner, VP Sales • 479-785-8738 • mweidner@arcb.com Nate Ross, VP Sales • 479-785-8959 • nross@arcb.com Danny Loe, Chief Yield Officer • dannyloe@arcb.com ArcBest® delivers integrated solutions for a variety of supply chain challenges. Our offerings include less-than-truckload services via ABF Freight® and ground expedite solutions through Panther Premium Logistics®. With a relentless focus on meeting our customers’ needs and unique access to assured transportation capacity, we create solutions to even the most complex and demanding supply chains. We are focused on providing the best customer experience possible with access to a broad suite of logistics capabilities, including LTL, truckload, expedite, time critical, managed transportation, international, warehousing, final mile and trade show.

Associated Global Systems

3333 New Hyde Park Road, New Hyde Park, NY 11042 516-627-8910 • www.agsystems.com www.facebook.com/associated-global-systems • @agsinc David Cadmus, President david.cadmus@agsystems.com Associated Global Systems (AGS) is a leading provider of transportation solutions to the federal government, DOD, and the defense industry. We handle domestic and international freight and personal property shipments.

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INDUSTRY MEMBERS—Sustaining aVolt Inc.

Atlas World Group International, Inc.

9801 Washingtonian Boulevard Suite 320 Gaithersburg, MD 20878 www.avoltinc.com

9750 3rd Avenue, NE, Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98115 888-669-6031 • www.atlasintl.com www.facebook.com/atlasintl • @atlas_intl www.linkedin.com/atlas-world-group-international Jim Gaw, President & COO 206-436-0130 • jgaw@atlasintl.com Atlas International is part of Atlas World Group—a family of companies sharing the common thread of integrity, quality and solutions. Our commitment to these values has made the Atlas name known around the globe. Atlas International provides best in class domestic relocation services to military transferees, government accounts, and for our agent partners within the US and around the globe.

Dr. G.R. (Rocky) Mobaraki, Member Board of Directors, President and CEO 703-623-2233 • rmobaraki@avoltinc.com William J. Merrigan, Esq., Member Board of Directors and Managing Director Mark Reges, Esq., General Counsel aVolt provides strategic innovation and efficient solutions that are fiscally responsible, geared to strategically meet mission requirements in several areas including Passenger Travel Services, Household Goods, Logistics and Software. aVolt has the experience, capability and willingness to work closely with the DOD, GSA, other government agencies and members of the travel industry in strategic innovation to successfully implement efficient travel programs at a lower cost. aVolt has diverse expertise and experience in Transportation, Lodging, Logistics and Aviation. aVolt executives have more than one hundred fifty years cumulative experience in Passenger Travel, Fleet and Relocation sectors within both government and corporate industries. Our team of experts has diversified experience, extensive knowledge, and the integrity needed to execute innovative strategies, resulting in better business decisions to improve processes.

ATS Specialized, Inc.

725 Opportunity Drive, St Cloud, MN 56301 800-279-9491 • www.atsinc.com

Jim Bell, Corporate Sales Manager 800-279-9491 (Gov’t Hotline) • jimbe@atsinc.com Mary Volkers, National Accounts Representative 800-279-9491 (Gov’t Hotline) • marypa@atsinc.com ATS: Transportation You Can Count On Whether it is Flatbed-Specialized, Heavy Haul, Dry Van or Pad Wrap, Maritime, Projects or Logistics you can count on ATS to provide the transportation services you need. We love a challenge! So when our customers need to move anything from a legal load being delivered across town to an over-sized, over-dimensional load across North America they trust ATS and our over six decades of experience. We encourage you to bring us your transportation challenges.

Baggett Transportation Company

#2 South 32nd Street, Birmingham, AL 35233 205-322-6501 • www.baggetttransport.com Joseph M. Donald, III, President W. David Crommelin, Vice President & Contracts • 205-320-2330 Charles Crommelin, Vice President Operations • 205-320-2389 Baggett, family owned, is grounded in 90 years of safe, reliable service to the DOD and commercial industry. We are a full-service HAZMAT carrier of ammunition, weapons, and classified sensitive equipment. We also operate a Single and Dual Driver Freight All Kinds Division, serving commercial and military customers. Don’t Mark It Rush—Tag It Baggett! For the safest, fastest, on time delivery record in DOD. Your Best Value Carrier.

Avis Budget Group

7414 New Ridge Road, Hanover, MD 21076-3101 www.avisbudgetgroup.com @aviswetryharder Beth Schoeller, National Account Manager, Government 410-684-2919 • beth.schoeller@avisbudget.com Mike Washkevich, Director of Government Sales 410-684-2919 • mike.washkevich@avisbudget.com Government rates with unlimited mileage for all federal employees, for official and personal use. Avis and Budget have more than 2,000 locations in the US and 5,200 locations worldwide. For Avis reservations call 800-331-1441 or visit www.avis. com. For Budget reservations call 800-527-0700 or visit www.budget.com.

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Benchmarking Partners, Inc.

810 Memorial Drive, 3rd Floor Cambridge, MA 02139 617-225-7800 • www.benchmarking.com Ted Rybeck, Chairman & CEO Consulting, Software, and Secure collaboration.


Sustaining—INDUSTRY MEMBERS Best Western International

20400 N 29th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85027 1-800-WESTERN www.bestwestern.com www.facebook.com/bestwestern @bestwestern Sandy Taylor, Dir. Worldwide Sales • 623-780-6845 • sandy.taylor@bestwestern.com Lisa Barr, Sr. Mgr., Worldwide Sales • 603-870-9766 • lisa.barr@bestwestern.com Neeru Bhalla, Mgr., Worldwide Sales • 703-729-6496 • neeru.bhalla@bestwestern.com Wherever life takes you Best Western is there. Whether on business or a fun-filled weekend getaway, travelers will find a Best Western hotel to meet their needs. Your clients can select from 11 unique brands: Best Western®, Best Western Plus®, Best Western Premier®, Vīb®, Glō®, Executive Residency by Best Western®, BW Premier Collection®, BW Signature CollectionSM by Best Western, SureStay® Hotel by Best Western, SureStay Plus® Hotel by Best Western, and SureStay CollectionSM by Best Western. Each brand has its own style, but all share our commitment to delivering superior customer service, exceptional value and modern amenities like free high-speed internet and hot breakfast. Come experience today’s Best Western!

The Boeing Company

929 Long Bridge Drive, Arlington, VA 22202 703-465-3369 • www.boeing.com www.facebook.com/boeing @boeingdefense Dennis A. Muilenburg, Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer Leanne Caret, President & CEO, Boeing Defense, Space & Security Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems. A top US exporter, the company supports airlines, as well as US and allied government customers in 150 countries. Boeing products and tailored services include commercial and military aircraft, satellites, weapons, electronic and defense systems, launch systems, advanced information and communication systems, and performance-based logistics and training.

C.L. Services, Inc.

PO Box 91955, Atlanta, GA 30364 800-533-3922 www.clservicesinc.com www.facebook.com/clservicesinc @clservicesinc Jeff Lantz, President 678-686-0933 • jefflantz@clservicesinc.com Allen Brown, Government Services Account Manager 217-883-4544 • abrown@clservicesinc.com C.L. Services, Inc. is an established, well-respected third-party logistics firm that has been serving the United States government since 1996. C.L. Services, Inc. provides freight transportation services to the USPS, FEMA and DOD throughout North America. Our specialty is providing dependable and accurate full truckload service including dry van, temperature controlled, over-dimensional, and expedited. Dependability, accuracy, knowledgeable staff, plus a Prosponsive® mindset always equals raving customer service, the only way we do business. SmartWay Certified since 2009.

AX 763-427-0922

HALICH

RUCKING INC.

8049 NW 146TH AV E • RAMSEY, MN 55303 • 763-421-1095 1-800 -670-8 835

Chalich Trucking, Inc.

8049-146th Avenue, NW Ramsey, MN 55303 763-421-1095 www.chalichtrucking.com

Cheri Cook, President/CEO Aaron Bloom, Operations Manager Chalich Trucking is a Minnesota based woman owned company. Chalich has been an approved DOD carrier since 1992. We take pride in the service and security we provide. We consistently meet stringent federal requirements when it comes to transporting sensitive material. We deliver 100% on time service, ensuring safety and efficiency. Supporting the warfighter is what drives us!

Club Quarters Hotels

One Atlantic Street, 5th floor, Stamford, CT 06901 203-905-2100 • F 203-348-6401 www.clubquarters.com Carol Bullock, Corporate Vice President, Global Memberships 203-905-2040 • cbullock@clubquarters.com Lindsey Burke, Vice President, Specialty Markets & Group 646-598-3528 • lburke@clubquarters.com Trish Boyd, Global Manager, Membership Development 203-548-0113 • tboyd@clubquarters.com Brice O’Keeffe, Global Membership Manager 202-823-2714 • bo’keeffe@clubquarters.com CQ Hotels are located in prime city center locations and are designed to offer uncomplicated, hi-tech, contemporary travel experiences for DOD, business and leisure travelers. As a member-partner, DOD saves big on travel expenses, with low guest room rates and preferential availability—even when a city is full. DOD travelers will experience: warm, club-like atmosphere, instant check in and keyless access through the CQ app, complimentary 1 GB Wi-Fi, chilled bottled water and more, contemporary hi-tech guestrooms and a rich member loyalty program.

Daybreak Express

500 Avenue P, Newark , NJ 07105 973-589-5931 • www.daybreakexpress.com www.facebook.com/daybreakexpressinc/ Scotty Fields, President John Scerbo, Executive Vice President Quin Martin, Esq., General Counsel and Director of Development Joseph Ciccone, Vice President of Operations Daybreak Express is a national transportation company providing custom tailored services. Daybreak is a unique transportation company, able to adapt to customer needs. We are large enough to offer a complete range of customized transportation services, but small enough to give you attentive personalized service with 24/7 support. We combine the stability and sophistication of a large freight carrier with the responsiveness of a small business to take the worry out of critical deliveries. We combine technology, security and customer service to closely manage every shipment throughout the supply chain. Daybreak understands the importance of on time delivery and the effects of a healthy bottom line. We can function as an extension of your traffic and transportation department or as your primary transportation resource. In either case, we can help make your job easier, reduce pressure, increase confidence, and save time and money. Let us show you how much the Daybreak advantage can mean to you. www.ndtahq.com |

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INDUSTRY MEMBERS—Sustaining Estes Forwarding Worldwide, LLC

1100 Commerce Road, Richmond, VA 23224 855-433-9669 • www.efwnow.com

Delta Air Lines

1212 New York Avenue, NW, Suite 200 Washington, DC 20005 www.delta.com www.facebook.com/delta • @delta Ed Bastian, CEO George Coyle, Manager, Military & Government Sales 202-344-9350 • george.coyle@delta.com Jimmy Romo, GM, Specialty Sales Robert LeBel, Managing Director, Specialty Sales Delta Air Lines serves 160 million passengers a year, offers service to 356 destinations in 65 countries, and employs 80,000 employees worldwide. As a founding member of the SkyTeam global alliance, Delta participates in the joint venture with Air France-KLM, Alitalia, and offers the SkyMiles frequent flier program. Delta is an active participant in the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) program.

Brandon Donithan, Vice President, Sales 804-337-2226 • brandon.donithan@efwnow.com Lance Harcrow, Senior Vice President, Sales and Operations 855-433-9669 • lance.harcrow@efwnow.com Scott Fisher, President and CEO 855-433-9669 • scott.fisher@efwnow.com Estes Forwarding Worldwide (EFW) is a domestic and international freight forwarder. EFW’s network is designed to help our customers to be faster and more competitive. We provide access to the assets of the largest family owned freight transportation provider in the USA. Additionally, we leverage 3,400+ vetted, fully insured and prescreened carriers from around the world. EFW’s network offers an unparalleled flexibility in domestic and international air, ocean and ground transportation. Our commitment to customer service is why EFW provides you with a personal number to call so you are never out of touch with your shipment. Visit www.efwnow.com.

Enterprise Holdings (Alamo, Enterprise, National) 600 Corporate Park Drive St. Louis, MO 63105 314-512-5390 www.enterpriseholdings.com

Europcar Car & Truck Rental Bryan J. Scott, Director of Government Business 314-512-5390 • bryan.j.scott@erac.com Rich Dampman, Strategic Sales Director 540-338-2527 Enterprise Holdings, through its regional subsidiaries, operates the largest fleet of vehicles in the world through a global network of more than 9,000 fully staffed airport and neighborhood locations under the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental, and Alamo Rent A Car brands. For reservations call 1-866-677-4019 or visit: www.enterprise.com (Enterprise); www.nationalcar.com (National); www.alamo.com (Alamo).

Erickson Incorporated

5550 SW Macadam Ave., Suite 200 Portland, OR 97239 503-505-5800 • www.ericksoninc.com www.facebook.com/ericksoninc • @ericksoninc Kevin Cochie, Vice President Defense & National Security kcochie@ericksoninc.com Trey Williams, Sr. Director Sales Defense & National Security twilliams@ericksoninc.com Scott Zurschmit, Sr. Director Capture Defense & National Security szurschmit@ericksoninc.com Erickson is one of the largest global providers of both Fixed Wing and Rotary Wing utility aircraft, and has more than 50 years of expertise serving the US DOD, US State Department and key government agencies, as well as diverse civilian contractors. We work in some of the world’s most forbidding locations and undertake daunting shipboard supply challenges. From Afghanistan to the Arabian Sea to Atlantic and Pacific operations, we go where global security demands. Our commitment to safe, reliable, affordable, and operationally efficient aviation services has helped us become an expert in this challenging but vital realm. We’re Erickson. Tested and Trusted.

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Tangstedter Landstrasse 81, 22415 Hamburg, Germany +49 (040) 520180 • www.europcar.com www.facebook.com/europcar • @europcar Kay Benthien, Key Account Manager Military & Government +49 (040) 520182580 • kay.benthien@europar.com Europcar is the leading car hire company in Europe and is one of the top three companies in the industry worldwide. For military personnel, we offer both shortterm and long-term rental options. This allows you to enjoy premium car brands like AUDI, BMW and Mercedes with all the additional services you require at the desired time. In Germany, Europcar offers best availability thanks to its 520 locations—many open 24/7. Book now using promo code 800 68 492 on europcar. com, call toll-free on +49 (0) 800RENTACAR or at all German rental stations.

Eurpac

8220 Elmbrook Drive Dallas, TX 75247 214-689-6185 • www.eurpac.com/home Maj Gen Mike Skinner, USAF (Ret.), EVP & CIO, Eurpac Service, Inc Incorporated in 1951, Eurpac Service, Inc (ESI) offers a complete collection of services across the global supply chain. ESI’s portfolio of services includes warehousing, distribution, retail headquarters service, advertising, retail space planning, business analytics, consumer engagement, experiential marketing and merchandising. ESI is 100% employee owned, providing ESI employee owners the highest level of motivation to serve their clients with unsurpassed distinction and commitment.


Sustaining—INDUSTRY MEMBERS FEDITC

Evanhoe & Associates, Inc.

5089 Norman Boulevard, Dayton, OH 45431 937-235-2995 • www.evanhoe.com www.facebook.com/evanhoeandassociates @evanhoeassocit

Chuck Evanhoe, President • 937-528-5802 • chuck.evanhoe@evanhoe.com Bob Fudge, VP, Public Sector Business • 937-528-5807 • bob.fudge@evanhoe.com Martha (Marty) Pendergrass, VP, Contracts and Administration 937-528-5806 • marty.pendergrass@evanhoe.com At Evanhoe & Associates…It’s all about the data!™ We are a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB) fullservice Information Technology (IT) solutions provider, systems integrator and program management company. As internationally recognized experts in automatic identification technologies, as well as data capture, integration and transformation, our mission is to design and build world class solutions for capturing data and making it actionable. We accomplish this through our proven IT and automatic identification data capture/RFID (AIDC/RFID) solutions that are backed by our certified ISO 9001:2015 Quality System & ISO/IEC 20000-1:2011 Services Systems and Software Engineering Institute CMMI Maturity Level 3 certified software development processes.

FEDITC

6243 West IH-10, Suite 500, San Antonio, TX 78201 210-946-6100 • www.feditc.com www.facebook.com/feditcllc • @feditc

Hong Deng, Chief Executive Officer 210-946-6100 • hdeng@feditc.com Richard Popovich, President 210-946-6100 • rpopovic@feditc.com Aaron McKee, Senior Vice President 210-946-6100 • amckee@feditc.com Founded in 2003, FEDITC, LLC is an ISO 9001/20000-1/27001, and CMMI level 3 certified cyber security, IT, and engineering services firm. With a wealth of industry experience, FEDITC is highly qualified for cyber security and information assurance, secured network communications, software engineering, enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions, health IT, mobile application solutions, energy management, and environmental and engineering services. FEDITC develops and manages mission critical national security systems and networks throughout the world, directly supporting the warfighter, Department of Defense leadership, and the United States. We are proud and honored to provide these services.

The Exchange

3911 S. Walton Walker Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75236-0202 www.shopmyexchange.com www.facebook.com/shopmyexchange @shopmyexchange Thomas C. Shull, Director/CEO Ana Middleton, President and Chief Merchandising Officer Dave Nelson, Chief Operating Officer Phil Stevens, Chief Administrative Officer Karen Stack, Chief Logistics Officer Since 1895, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service (Exchange) has gone where Soldiers, Airmen and their families go to improve the quality of their lives by providing valued goods and services at exclusive military pricing. The Exchange is the 56th-largest retailer in the United States. Its earnings provided $2.4 billion in dividends to support military morale, welfare and recreation programs over the last 10 years. The Exchange is a non-appropriated fund entity of the Department of Defense and is directed by a Board of Directors. To find out more about the Exchange history and mission or to view recent press releases please visit our website at www.shopmyexchange.com or follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/ exchangepao.

Extended Stay America, Inc.

11525 N. Community House Road, #100 Charlotte, NC 28277 980-345-1600 • www.extendedstay.com www.facebook.com/extendedstayamerica @extendedstay

FlightSafety International

Marine Air Terminal, Flushing, NY 11371, United States 888-782-5279 • www.flightsafety.com www.facebook.com/flightsafetyint • @flightsafetyint Bert Sawyer, Director of Strategy Government Military Business 918-809-9330 • bert.sawyer@flightsafety.com FlightSafety International, a world leader in flight training and simulation, serves aviation professionals from 167 countries and operates the world’s largest fleet of advanced full flight simulators utilizing highly effective and proven training technology for both civil and military aircraft programs. FlightSafety’s simulation products incorporate 64 years of expertise and the experience of now providing more than 1,200,000 hours of training annually. FlightSafety has delivered over 1,000 VITAL visual systems and more than 700 simulators to customers in 53 countries. FlightSafety’s experience and capabilities are recognized in programs such as: C-17, MV/CV-22, AC/MC-130W, HC-130P, C-12, CH-47F, HH60AGSS, UH-60A/L/M, TH-1H, Flight School XXI, AH-1Z, UH-1N/Y, KC-46, KC-135, C-5, T-6A/B, F-16 and ATARS. A Berkshire Hathaway company.

GeoDecisions

207 Senate Avenue, Camp Hill, PA 17011 717-763-7211 • www.geodecisions.com www.facebook.com/geodecisions @geodecisions

Jason Moore, National Account Director – Specialty Markets – Military/DOD 305-351-5253 • jmoore@extendedstay.com Kelly Brown, National Account Director – Specialty Markets – Federal/State Gov’t 571-285-6942 • kfbrown@extendedstay.com

Brendan J. Wesdock, MCP, GISP, President 757-346-2788 • bwesdock@geodecisions.com Thomas L. Saltzer, Vice President • 717-215-1688 • tsaltzer@geodecisions.com Brian J. Smith, Vice President • 302-353-7809 • bjsmith@geodecisions.com

At Extended Stay America, guests find a friendly staff and the practical touches that make being away from home easier, whether they book a hotel by the day, week or month. Each of our spacious suites offers a fully equipped kitchen, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV with premium channels, free grab-and-go breakfast and on-site laundry facilities, and all 600+ locations in 44 states are at or below the Federal Lodging Per Diem. Whether your travel is TDY or PCS, temporary or long term, relocation or weekend getaway, we’re giving today’s government and military travelers the amenities they need most—all at an affordable price. We have the solution that will fit your budget, with great nightly rates, budget weekly rates and discount long-term rates. Extended Stay America is the convenient, affordable hotel choice for savvy government and military travelers.

GeoDecisions is an information technology company specializing in geospatial solutions. Using web-based mapping and reporting applications, GeoDecisions provides a full range of innovative solutions for military and homeland security initiatives that enhance decision making. Solutions include transportation security, near real time shipment tracking, sensitive cargo tracking and management, emergency response management, detailed plume analysis, reporting for infrastructure data, and automated alerts.

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Greatwide Truckload Management

Hertz Corporation

2150 Cabot Boulevard West Langhorne, PA 19047 800-283-9700 • www.greatwide-tm.com

8501 Williams Road, Estero, FL 33928 • www.hertz.com

Timothy Hooper, President 800-283-9700 • tim.hooper@greatwide-tm.com

The Hertz Corporation, a subsidiary of Hertz Global Holdings, Inc., operates the Hertz, Dollar and Thrifty vehicle rental brands in approximately 9,700 corporate and franchisee locations throughout North America, Europe, the Caribbean, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. The Hertz Corporation is one of the largest worldwide airport general use vehicle rental companies, and the Hertz brand is one of the most recognized in the world. Product and service initiatives such as Hertz Gold Plus Rewards, Carfirmations, Mobile Wi-Fi and unique vehicles offered through the Adrenaline, Dream, Green and Prestige Collections set Hertz apart from the competition. Additionally, The Hertz Corporation owns the vehicle leasing and fleet management leader Donlen Corporation, operates the Firefly vehicle rental brand and Hertz 24/7 car sharing rental business in international markets and sells vehicles through Hertz Car Sales. For more information about The Hertz Corporation, visit: www.hertz.com.

An ISO 9000-2000 certified company providing motor carrier transportation utilizing flatbed, step deck lowboy and multi-axle trailers, as well as vans and containers. Commodities transported include machine tools, construction equipment, metal products, lumber, building materials, automotive/truck components and general commodities operating with a fleet of 1,200 and serving 48 states.

Kevin Knorr, Director of Gov’t Sales • 703-683-9266 • kknorr@hertz.com Nadika Perera, Gov’t Prog. Administrator • 239-301-7635 • nadika.perera@hertz.com

Hilton Worldwide

7930 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 1100 McLean, VA 22102 703-883-1000 • www.hiltonworldwide.com www.facebook.com/hiltonworldwide @hiltonnewsroom

Green Valley Transportation Corp.

608 Simmons Road, Suite B, Knoxville, TN 37932 800-677-5991 • www.greenvalleytransportation.com www.facebook.com/greenvalleytransportation Michael Taylor, President/CEO/Owner • 623-606-5037 • mtaylor@tmw-us.com Nancy J. Houghton, VP Gov’t Relations • 209-321-1319 • nancy.houghton@gvtd.com Cathy Gilbert, Secretary/Treasurer • 209-836-5192 • cathy.gilbert@gvtd.com Kevin West, Chief Operating Officer • 865-696-0947 • kwest@tmw-us.com Green Valley Transportation Corporation is a highly specialized carrier focusing on the safe transportation of all classes and divisions of Hazardous Materials, with special emphasis in Explosives and Radioactive shipments. We offer a diverse array of transportation solutions including: Dedicated Logistics Support, Less Than Truckload (LTL) Service, Over Dimensional Loads, Flatbed, Dry Van, Dromedary Boxes and Transportation Protective Services.

Scott Lamb, CGTP, CCTE, Director, Government Segment 404-257-6908 • scott.lamb@hilton.com Hilton Worldwide is one of the largest and fastest growing hospitality companies in the world, with more than 4,200 hotels, resorts and timeshare properties comprising more than 690,000 rooms in 93 countries and territories. In the company’s nearly 100 years, we have defined the hospitality industry and established a portfolio of 12 world-class brands, including our flagship full-service Hilton Hotels & Resorts brand, the most recognized hotel brand in the world. Our premier brand portfolio also includes luxury and lifestyle hotel brands Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Conrad Hotels & Resorts and Canopy by Hilton; full-service hotel brands Curio – a Collection by Hilton, DoubleTree by Hilton and Embassy Suites Hotels; focused–service hotel brands Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton Inn, Homewood Suites by Hilton and Home2 Suites by Hilton; and timeshare brand Hilton Grand Vacations. More than 300,000 team members proudly serve our properties and corporate offices around the world, and we have approximately 40 million members in our award–winning customer loyalty program Hilton HHonors.

IBM Hanjin Intermodal America, Inc.

1111 E. Watson Center Road, Unit A, Carson, CA 90745 310-984-2130 • www.hanjinusa.com Steve Lee, US Regional Director 310-427-6302 • stevelee@hanjin.co.kr Founded in 1945, Hanjin, together with affiliated companies Korean Air and Hanjin Shipping, offers worldwide integrated logistics services such as 3PL, air cargo, worldwide express, inland transportation, shipping, forwarding, stevedoring, maintenance and car rental services. Hanjin’s government services include worldwide and regional multimodal transportation service through a direct contract with SDDC and DLA in CENTCOM AOR, as well as household goods moves and other transportation services in the PACOM AOR for US military personnel.

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2300 Dulles Station Boulevard, Herndon, VA 20171 www.ibm.com • www.facebook.com/ibm/ • @ibm Deborah Kotulich, Partner, Account Executive 703-582-3423 • kotulich@us.ibm.com Mike Libutti, Partner, Account Executive 410-530-0091 • m.libutti@us.ibm.com Bill Maczees, Senior Management Consultant 570-590-5994 • wmaczee@us.ibm.com International Business Machines (IBM) is a global company with approximately 400,000 employees in more than 170 countries. Although IBM got its start as a computer hardware and software maker, today it ranks as one of the world’s largest consulting organizations and technology firms with more than 7,500 supply chain consultants worldwide. Our government solutions, technology, and consulting can help you improve citizen services, build intelligent and predictive transportation systems that keep you ahead of the curve, improve public safety, strengthen national security, manage resources more effectively, and identify and mitigate supply chain risks. IBM has invested over $7 billion in technologies such as cognitive analytics, machine learning, Blockchain, and the Internet of Things (IoT) to help its clients meet these objectives.


Sustaining—INDUSTRY MEMBERS Intercomp Company

3839 County Road 116 Medina, MN 55340-9342 763-476-2531 www.intercompcompany.com Eric Larson, Military Accounts Manager 763-476-2531 • ericl@intecompcompany.com Intercomp Company is the world’s largest manufacturer of portable weighing solutions and has been serving the industry for more than 40 years. Intercomp manufactures: weigh-in-motion, laser profile dimensioning, crane scales, wheel load and axle scales to weigh and classify vehicles, passengers, baggage, containers and pallets during mobility, deployment and transportation/material handling applications. Militaries around the world, including all branches of the US armed forces, use Intercomp scales to increase efficiencies and cut costs. All products are available via GSA CNT GS-07F-078BA or National Stock Number. For more information contact Intercomp at govsales@intercompcompany.com, visit us online at www.intercompcompany.com or call 800-328-3336.

Intermodal Association of North America (IANA)

11785 Beltsville Drive, Suite 1100 Calverton, MD 20705 301-982-3400 • www.intermodal.org • @intermodal TM

Joanne (Joni) Casey, President and CEO Stephen Keppler, Senior Vice President 301-982-3400 x349 • steve.keppler@intermodal.org Debbie Sasko, Assistant Vice President, Information Services 301-982-3400 x777 • debbie.sasko@intermodal.org James Morrow, Assistant Vice President, Membership 301-982-3400 x314 • jim.morrow@intermodal.org IANA’s roster of more than 1,000 corporate members includes railroads, ocean carriers, ports, intermodal truckers and over-the-road highway carriers, intermodal marketing and logistic companies, and suppliers to the industry. This roster gives IANA a unique position within the intermodal community, one which is authoritative, holistic and able to affect change that benefits everyone. IANA consistently supports the shared needs, interests, and goals of its diverse members—regardless of mode or function—with business solutions, education, and networking opportunities.

International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA), AFL-CIO 5000 West Side Avenue, North Bergen, NJ 07047 201-662-1612 • www.ilaunion.org

Harold Daggett, President Dennis Daggett, Executive Vice President Steven Knott, Secretary-Treasurer Alan Robb, President, Atlantic Coast and Gulf Region The ILA, AFL-CIO is the largest union of waterfront workers in North America, representing upwards of 65,000 longshoremen covering the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, Great Lakes, major US rivers, Puerto Rico, and Eastern Canada. The ILA is staunchly patriotic, stating that its initials also stand for I Love America! It has maintained a no-strike pledge with our US military and has always made experienced longshore workers available to our Armed Forces, in peace and war, to speed the delivery of military cargo.

International Organization of Masters, Mates & Pilots

700 Maritime Boulevard, Suite B Linthicum Heights, MD 21090 410-850-8700 • www.bridgedeck.org www.facebook.com/iommp @ mmp_union Donald J. Marcus, International President 410-850-8700 • president@bridgedeck.org Steven E. Werse, International Secretary-Treasurer 410-850-8700 • sec-treas@bridgedeck.org Donald Josberger, Vice President, Atlantic Ports 201-963-1900 • djosberger@bridgedeck.org Klaus Luhta, Vice President, Gulf Ports & Government Affairs 410-691-8139 • kluhta@bridgedeck.org J. Lars Turner, Vice President, Pacific Ports 206-441-8700 • lturner@bridgedeck.org Maritime labor union—world-wide oceans and inland waterways.

International Association of Movers

5904 Richmond Highway, Suite 404 Alexandria, VA 22303 703-317-9950 • www.iamovers.org www.facebook.com/iamovers/ • @iamovers

Terry Head, President • 703-317-9950 • terry.head@iamovers.org Charles White, Senior VP • 703-317-9950 • charles.white@iamovers.org Steve Cox, Director of Finance • 703-317-9950 • steve.cox@iamovers.org Daniel J. Bradley, Director of Government & Military Relations 703-317-9950 • dan.bradley@iamovers.org The International Association of Movers (IAM) brings together household goods movers and forwarders, their suppliers, and industry partners who work with the DOD, Department of State and other government agencies to move personnel and their families across the country and around the world. Since 1962, IAM has been promoting the growth and success of its members by offering programs, resources, membership protections, and unparalleled networking opportunities to enhance their businesses and their brands. Find our member companies and more in our dynamic digital directory, IAM Mobility Exchange (www.iamovers.org/mobilityex).

Interstate Moving | Relocation | Logistics

5801 Rolling Road, Springfield, VA 22152 www.moveinterstate.com • www.facebook.com/moveinterstate • @moveinterstate J.D. Morrissette, President, Interstate Van Lines, Inc. 703-226-3280 • jd.morrissette@invan.com Mark Lundgren, Vice President | General Manager, Interstate Van Lines, Inc. 703-226-3170 • mark.lundgren@invan.com Ron Granville, VP | GM, Residential & Commercial Services, Interstate Van Lines, Inc. 703-226-3222 • ron.granville@invan.com The Interstate Family of Companies encompass a worldwide group of moving and storage, warehousing, relocation management, supply chain logistics and real estate services, and partners with government, corporate, and individual clients. Interstate maintains a global alliance of 1,500 service partners, incorporating 17,500 professional associates in 112 countries, across six continents. Annually, Interstate is entrusted with the care and oversight of more than $1B in customer-valued goods/property. The company distinguishes itself with key industry certifications: ISO 9001:2008, FAIMPlus for int’l business, IOMI for office moving, and numerous industry awards.

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INDUSTRY MEMBERS—Sustaining Keystone Shipping Co.

Suite 600, One Bala Plaza East Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004-1496 610-617-6870 • www.keyship.com Donald R. Kurz, President 610-617-6870 • dkurz@keyship.com Andrew D. Hake, Manager of Government Contracts 610-617-6841 • ahake@keyship.com David P. Carroll, Fleet Manager 610-617-6874 • dcarroll@keyship.com Donald R. Kurz Jr., Business Devel. and Strategic Planning 610-617-6823 • djkurz@keyship.com Keystone Shipping Co. is a privately held company that owns and operates American flag vessels serving both the international and US coastwise trades. The company specializes in the reliable, efficient transportation of liquid, dry, and roll-on/roll-off cargo, including crude oil, petroleum products, iron ore, coal, limestone, and various military and government-owned equipment, through a fleet of 21 vessels.

Leidos 11951 Freedom Drive, Reston, VA 20190 703-664-3017 • www.leidos.com/logistics www.facebook.com/leidosinc • @leidosinc Mitch Stevenson, Defense and Intelligence 703-636-2766 • stevensonmh@leidos.com Barb Doornink, Civil 703-589-4017 • barbara.doornink@leidos.com Karoom Brown, Health 703-298-5424 • karoom.brown@leidos.com David Radcliffe, Advanced Solutions 703-526-6823 • david.e.radcliffe@leidos.com Leidos, Inc., a Fortune 500® company, was formed in 1969 by a small group of scientists led by the preeminent physicist and company founder, Dr. Robert Beyster. Since our inception, we have continuously expanded our expertise in rapidly evolving technologies and markets of national concern. In August 2016, Leidos merged with Lockheed Martin’s Information Systems & Global Solutions business (IS&GS) to form an unprecedented new global science and technology solutions leader. By leveraging our culture of innovation, performance excellence, customer trust, our employees support vital missions and projects for our customers in Defense & Intelligence, Civil, Health, and Advanced Solutions.

Krown1 FZC

LMI

R Shivakumar, President +97150 6557930 • shiv@krown1.com Michael Zarutsky, Director, Operations +97150 5502182 • michael@krown1.com Lamonte Martin, Director, Defense & Gov’t Trade +17808078346 • lmartin@krown1.com

David Zolet, President & CEO

4EA 122, Dubai Airport Freezone, PO Box 293831 Dubai, UAE +971 4255 5475 • www.krown1.com

Krown1 FZC is a UAE based company with a vision “To be the first choice partner delivering Airfreight Customized.” The team has proven capabilities executing thousands of on-time missions with a special focus on Afghanistan, Iraq and Africa. We think like an airline, work like a forwarder and track like a courier—a cutting edge combination of planning, execution and focus. Our highly experienced team, experts in handling heavy lifts, will help to optimize your supply chain by taking care of all your air transport needs.

7940 Jones Branch Drive, Tysons, VA 22102 703-727-7278 • www.lmi.org www.facebook.com/lmi.org/ • @lmi_org

LMI is a consulting firm dedicated to improving the management of government. With more than 1,200 consultants, we design and implement solutions to some of the toughest logistical problems facing government leaders. For more than 55 years, LMI has helped our clients achieve their goals by simplifying logistics complexity through cutting edge approaches to logistics integration strategy, supply chain management, maintenance and readiness, life-cycle management, and supply chain risk mitigation.

Marine Engineers’ Beneficial Association

Kuehne + Nagel, Inc.

22920 Ladbrook Drive, Suite 120, Dulles, VA 20166 703-904-7053 • www.kn-portal.com Peter Demarest, Vice President, Government and Defense North America 757-652-1121 • peter.demarest@kuehne-nagel.com Kuehne + Nagel regularly delivers performance-based logistics solutions that meet the stringent requirements of the US government and Department of Defense for commercial and military shipments, worldwide. Our expertise supports the US government, military and their commercial partner suppliers, including foreign military sales. Kuehne + Nagel is partnered with Omni Air International in the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) program SCAC: OAIK. Kuehne + Nagel also has significant experience managing logistics requirements for international aid & relief organizations, as well as NATO and the United Nations. With 125 years of logistics expertise and 63,000+ dedicated professionals in more than 1,000 offices in over 100 countries worldwide, Kuehne + Nagel is one of the undisputed top global logistics providers.

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444 North Capitol Street, NW, Suite 800 Washington, DC 20001 202-638-5355 • www.mebaunion.org www.facebook.com/meba1875/ @mebaunion

Marshall Ainley, President 202-638-5355 • mainley@mebaunion.org Bill Van Loo, Secretary-Treasurer • bvanloo@mebaunion.org Marco Cannistraro, Special Projects & Communications 202-638-5355 • marco@mebaunion.org The Marine Engineers’ Beneficial Association (AFL-CIO) is the oldest and largest maritime officers’ union in the US. With thousands of marine engine and deck officers, the members of the M.E.B.A. are unparalleled in maritime training and experience. They crew the most technologically advanced ships in the US flag fleet, including container ships, tankers, Great Lakes, cruise and LNG vessels. They sail aboard government-contracted vessels of the US Navy’s Military Sealift Command and the Maritime Administration’s Ready Reserve Force, on tugs and ferry fleets and in shoreside industries. M.E.B.A.’s expertise and proven track record of readiness, safety and loyalty in answering America’s call to action in both peace and war is unrivaled.


Sustaining—INDUSTRY MEMBERS Marriott International

10400 Fernwood Road, Bethesda, MD 20817 www.marriott.com For event & meeting information please contact: 1-800-831-4004 Marriott International, Inc. (MAR) is the world’s largest hotel company based in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, with nearly 6,000 properties in 120 countries and territories. Marriott operates and franchises hotels and licenses vacation ownership resorts. The company’s 30 leading brands include: Bulgari®, The Ritz-Carlton® and The Ritz-Carlton Reserve®, St. Regis®, W®, EDITION®, JW Marriott®, The Luxury Collection®, Marriott Hotels®, Westin®, Le Méridien®, Renaissance® Hotels, Sheraton®, Delta Hotels by MarriottSM, Marriott Executive Apartments®, Marriott Vacation Club®, Autograph Collection® Hotels, Tribute Portfolio™, Design Hotels™, Gaylord Hotels®, Courtyard®, Four Points® by Sheraton, SpringHill Suites®, Fairfield Inn & Suites®, Residence Inn®, TownePlace Suites®, AC Hotels by Marriott®, Aloft®, Element®, Moxy® Hotels, and Protea Hotels by Marriott®. The company also operates award-winning loyalty programs: Marriott Rewards®, which includes The Ritz-Carlton Rewards®, and Starwood Preferred Guest®. For more information, please visit our website at www.marriott.com, and for the latest company news, visit www.marriottnewscenter.com and @MarriottIntl.

McCollister’s Transportation Group, Inc.

8 Terri Lane, Burlington NJ 08016 609-386-0600 • www.mccollisters.com www.facebook.com/mccollisters • @mccollisters H. Daniel McCollister, President & Owner Ray Conlin, Chief Operating Officer Celebrating 70 years of service in 2015, McCollister’s has solved the most complex transportation challenges. With our highly trained team of professionals supporting the DOD, and a fleet of specialized transport vehicles designed to move warfighters, weapons, or warehouses, McCollister’s is uniquely positioned to fully support BRAC moves, personnel moves and AA&E. McCollister’s is a key partner to any CONUS move operation.

Mercer Transportation Company

1128 West Main Street Louisville, KY 40203 800-626-5375 • www.mercer-trans.com

Martin Logistics Incorporated 4526 Louisville Street Canton, OH 44705 www.martinlogisticinc.com

Alice F. Martin, President 330-456-8000 x200 • amartin@martinlogisticinc.com Department of Defense Transportation Company.

James L. Stone, President 800-626-5375 • government@mercer-trans.com Jack Lubay, Director, Military Traffic/Sales 800-626-5375 • jlubay@mercer-trans.com Steve Porter, Asst. Manager, Military Traffic 800-626-5375 • sporter@mercer-trans.com Full-service motor carrier providing on-time pick-up and delivery service. Operating a fleet of more than 2,400 power units, we are the “Reasonable Choice” for the DOD. We offer flatbed, van, stepdeck, heavy haul, and AA&E shipment services. Mercer operates more than 94 offices throughout North America. Mercer is a proud recipient of the SDDC Quality Award.

Meridian.US

Mayflower Transit

One Mayflower Drive, Fenton, MO 63026 800-283-5728 • www.mayflower.com • www.facebook.com/mayflowermoving Bob McCabe, Vice President 636-349-2891 • bob_mccabe@unigroup.com Calvin Gerrein, Director, Allegiant Move Management 636-305-4217 • calvin_gerrein@unigroup.com John Johnson, Director, Government Transportation 636-305-6233 • john_johnson@unigroup.com Rae Hickinbotham, Manager, Government Transportation 636-305-4060 • rae_hickinbotham@unigroup.com Founded in 1927, Mayflower is the most recognized name in moving. Through its network of 200 affiliated agencies, Mayflower has handled millions of moves with a reputation for providing quality service every step of the way. Whether it is household goods, electronics, exhibits and displays, works of art or specialized freight, Mayflower is versatile enough to handle the job. Mayflower is ISO 9001:2008 14001:2004 registered and GSA/DOD approved.

MERIDIAN.US

812 Downtowner Blvd., Suite A, Mobile, AL 36609 251-345-6776 • www.meridian.us www.facebook.com/meridian.us/ @meridian_global

Security, Protection, Intelligence

Jonathan McConnell, Esq., President • 251-345-6776 • jmcconnell@meridian.us Jason Wilbur, VP, Corporate and Regulatory Security • jwilbur@meridian.us Joshua Simonson, Maritime Div. Mgr. • 251-345-6776 • jsimonson@meridian.us Meridian.us is an ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 28007-1:2015 certified veteran-owned small business providing professional, scalable, cost-effective solutions to clients’ safety and security needs. Meridian.us primarily employs US military veterans and specializes in transitioning these service members back into civilian service by employing them in jobs with which they are familiar. It is because Meridian.us employs the best and brightest of our nation’s veterans that we can offer clients the most dynamic and professional security options available. Meridian provides a number of security solutions including, but not limited to: Maritime Security, Armed Embarked Security Teams, Risk Assessment and Due Diligence, Surveillance, Direct Asset Response Teams, Personal Security Details, Regulatory Compliance and Training Programs.

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INDUSTRY MEMBERS—Sustaining National Motor Freight Traffic Association, Inc. (NMFTA) 1001 North Fairfax Street., Suite 600 Alexandria, VA 22314 703-383-1810 • www.nmfta.org www.facebook.com/nmfta • @nmfta Paul G. Levine, Executive Director • 703-838-1822 • levine@nmfta.org Thomas F. Swartz, Chairman, Government Relations Committee 443-994-6390 • consulting@fedlogsolutions.com NMFTA is a nonprofit membership organization comprised of motor carriers operating in interstate, intrastate and foreign commerce. NMFTA publishes the National Motor Freight Classification® (NMFC®), a standard that provides a comparison of commodities moving in commerce, and its online version ClassIT®. NMFTA assigns the Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC®), a unique two-to-four-letter code used to identify transportation companies, publishes the Directory of SCACs, and produces SCAC Online™, which allows users to search and access up-to-date alpha code information. NMFTA also assigns the Stan­dard Point Location Code® (SPLC™), a numeric coding system designed to identify points in North America that originate and receive transportation with their geo­graphic locations, as well as SPLC Online™.

Northern Neck Transfer Inc.

12284 State Road, King George, VA 22485 540-775-2121 • www.nntransportation.com William H. Edwards, Jr., President 800-326-2160 • wedwards@nntttransportation.com Lester Edwards, General Counsel/Operations 800-326-2160 • lester@nnttransportation.com Dawn P. Marsh, Facility Security Officer 800-326-2160 • dmarsh@nnttransportation.com

National Van Lines, Inc.

2800 Roosevelt Road, Broadview, IL 60155 800-323-1962 • www.nationalvanlines.com www.facebook.com/nationalvanlines @natvanlines Maureen Beal, Chairman & CEO 800-323-1962 • maureen.beal@nationalvanlines.com Tim Helenthal, President & COO 800-323-1962 • tim.helenthal@nationalvanlines.com Patrick C. Johnson, Vice President, Government Affairs 800-323-1962 • pat.johnson@nationalvanlines.com Worldwide transportation services, specializing in HHGS, electronic equipment, and new products. Since 1929, National Van Lines has been a pioneer in the household goods moving industry. With a worldwide military service network consisting of more than 700 agents, the National Van Lines organization is one of the largest household goods transportation providers to the DOD.

Northern Air Cargo, Inc. ®

3900 Old International Airport Road Anchorage, AK 99502 800-727-2141 • www.nac.aero www.facebook.com/northernaircargo • @nacargo

David W. Karp, President, CEO • 907-249-5152 Peter Laub, VP, Business Development • 907-771-6157 Ann Campbell, VP, Administration & Contracting • 907-249-5163 With over 60 years of experience, Northern Air Cargo, Inc. (NAC) has the knowledge and tools to take care of your unique air freight and logistical needs. NAC operates Boeing 737 and 767 aircraft equipped to accommodate a wide range of specialized freight. Offering OnDemand charter and ACMI service capability throughout North and South America and beyond, NAC has developed a reputation for providing people and businesses with a full array of air transportation and logistics solutions to handle everything from a box of flowers to the largest project located anywhere in the world quickly, reliably and safely. NAC delivers decades of experience in the US and internationally for global postal mail delivery service companies, large multinational energy exploration and production companies, and many other commercial and government organizations. Contact us today; our professional crews are standing by.

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Oakwood Worldwide

2222 Corinth Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90064 866-400-1925 • www.oakwood.com/government www.facebook.com/oakwoodworldwide/ • @oakwoodww Noelia Perez, Government Account Manager 703-488-6829 • nperez@oakwood.com Oakwood Worldwide provides temporary furnished accommodations that meet the unique requirements of government travelers. From government civilians to military personnel and government contractors, we offer lodgings that are conveniently located and priced within most agency per diems. With our deep understanding of government lodging needs and requirements, Oakwood Worldwide makes procurement and management of domestic and global accommodations easy, flexible and reliable. (GSA Contract GS-33F-0020T)

Omega World Travel

3102 Omega Office Park, Fairfax, VA 22031 703-359-0200 • www.omegatravel.com www.facebook.com/omegaworldtravel @travelupdates Gloria Bohan, President & CEO 703-359-0200 • gbohan@owt.net Goran Gligorovic, Executive Vice President 703-359-0200 • ggoran@owt.net Marlene Sexton, Regional Manager, Government Operations 910-915-4375 • msexton@owt.net Omega World Travel, a global organization founded in 1972 and headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, is a certified woman-owned business and one of the top travel management companies in the US. Omega has been providing travel services to the federal government and Department of Defense for more than 34 years. In addition to providing business travel services, Omega has a meetings and incentives division and a leisure division, offering a wide range of vacation packages and tours. Omega owns cruise.com, one of the largest sellers of cruises on the internet, and TravTech, a software development company providing solutions to the industry.


Sustaining—INDUSTRY MEMBERS Omnitracs, LLC

ORBCOMM, Inc.

717 N. Harwood Street, Suite 1300 Dallas, TX 75201 800-348-7227 • www.omnitracs.com www.facebook.com/omnitracs/ @omnitracshq Mark Bauckman, Director, Sales 619-444-9979 • mbauckman@omnitracs.com Omnitracs is a global pioneer of trucking solutions for all business models. Omnitracs’ more than 1,000 employees deliver software-as-a-service-based solutions to help more than 12,000 customers manage nearly 1,100,000 assets in more than 70 countries. The company pioneered the use of commercial vehicle telematics 30 years ago and serves today as a powerhouse of innovative, intuitive technologies. Omnitracs transforms the transportation industry through technology and insight, featuring best-in-class solutions for compliance, safety and security, productivity, telematics and tracking, transportation management (TMS), planning and delivery, data and analytics, and professional services.

395 W Passaic Street, Suite 325 Rochelle Park, NJ 07662 703-433-6300 • www.orbcomm.com www.facebook.com/orbcomm @orbcomm_inc Greg Flessate, SVP, Government and AIS Services 703-433-6507 • flessate.greg@orbcomm.com Dan Chuhay, Director, Government 703-433-6471 • chuhay.dan@orbcomm.com ORBCOMM (Nasdaq: ORBC) is a global leader and innovator in the industrial Internet of Things (IoT), providing solutions that connect businesses to their assets to deliver increased visibility and operational efficiency. ORBCOMM offers a comprehensive set of asset monitoring and control solutions, including seamless satellite and cellular connectivity, unique hardware and powerful applications, all backed by end-to-end customer support. With 20 years of expertise, ORBCOMM provides a broad portfolio of telematics and RFID based solutions for mobile and fixed assets including trucks, containers, trailers, refrigerated assets, vehicles, generators, fuel tankers and heavy equipment. ORBCOMM’s products and services are available to the DOD through the RFID-IV contract awarded to Savi.

One Network Enterprises, Inc.

4055 Valley View Lane, Suite 1000 Dallas, TX 75244 1-866-302-1936 • www.onenetwork.com www.facebook.com/onenetworkenterprises/ @onenetwork David Stephens, Executive Staff – Government, Aerospace & Defense dstephens@onenetwork.com Kurt Garret, Defense Industry Director • kgarret@onenetwork.com Jim Dubberly, Director, A&D & Public Sector • jdubberly@onenetwork.com Greg Brady, CEO & Co-Founder • gbrady@onenetwork.com One Network offers patented solutions for multi-party business, including supply chain management. One Network’s cloud platform, the Real Time Value Network™ connects all systems and trading partners on a single platform. It provides end-to-end visibility and collaboration across all parties in real time. It synchronizes and optimizes planning and execution. PaaS solutions and developer tools enable organizations to quickly design, build and run modular and adaptable multi-party applications in the cloud. Leading organizations from around the world from nearly every industry have joined One Network, helping to transform industries from CPG, Healthcare, Automotive, Retail, Logistics and Public Sector and Defense. Learn more at www.onenetwork.com.

Perimeter Global Logistics

2800 Story Road West, Irving, TX 75038 877-701-1919 • www.shippgl.com www.facebook.com/shippgl • @shippgl Mike Brauer, Senior Director Government Services 214-766-3993 • mike.brauer@shippgl.com Adam Steelhammer, Senior Director Government Services 214-354-6974 • adam.steelhammer@shippgl.com Craig McCormack, COO 813-312-5339 • craig.mccormack@shippgl.com PGL is one of the fastest growing WOSB certified logistics companies in the world. We are an integrated logistics transportation provider with over 200 employees in 20 locations worldwide. We have the capacity and financial strength to handle any project globally. PGL supports the Warfighter globally by managing the movement, storage, and facilitation of all aspects of the supply chain. We have successfully performed on contracts from the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) to supporting United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM). PGL specializes in end-to-end design, implementation and operational capabilities in freight forwarding, contract logistics, as well as transportation, warehousing, fulfillment, kitting, and distribution management.

Oracle

1910 Oracle Way, Redwood Shores, CA 20190 www.oracle.com www.facebook.com/oracle • @oracle Ken Jarrett, Area VP, Defense Software Solutions 703-364-3380 • ken.jarrett@oracle.com Eric Lindley, Director, Air Force and USTRANSCOM Team 703-623-1895 • eric.lindley@oracle.com North American Public Sector • 1900 Oracle Way, Reston, VA 20190 • 703-478-9000 Oracle is one of the world’s largest technology providers with offices in over 100 countries and over 135,000 employees. As the fastest growing Cloud provider, we are unique in our ability to deliver Cloud Solutions that include Infrastructure, Platform, Applications and Database as Services, fully integrated and operating with industry leading security. For on-premises customers, we provide fully integrated Database, Fusion Middleware, Hardware, Business Intelligence, Analytics, Cybersecurity and Software Applications all of which may be delivered on premise or in the cloud. We have nearly forty years of experience in delivering value to our over 420,000 customers across the full spectrum of commercial business and industry. We support federal agencies, DOD, as well as state and local governments with our complete range of technology and work with our customers to achieve mission readiness and success.

Pilot Freight Services

314 North Middletown Road, Lima, PA 19037 610-891-8143 • www.pilotdelivers.com 151 C

Cool Gray 7 C

Larry Wenrich, Vice President, Government Services 610-891-8143 • lwenrich@pilotdelivers.com Gordon Branov, CEO 610-891-8100 • gbranov@pilotdelivers.com Pilot Freight Services, Inc. is a full-service transportation and logistics provider with over 75 locations throughout North America and Western Europe. The company’s freight forwarding services encompass every mode of transportation, including air, ground and ocean, serving all corners of the globe. Pilot’s logistics programs offer a complete line of expedited and time-definite services, international shipping solutions, product warehousing and inventory management. In addition, Pilot’s online shipment navigator, CoPilot, makes online shipping fast, convenient and secure. Learn more about Pilot Freight Services at www.PilotDelivers.com.

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INDUSTRY MEMBERS—Sustaining PODS Enterprises, LLC

Ports America

5585 Rio Vista Drive, Clearwater, FL 33760 727-538-6418 • www.pods.com/military www.facebook.com/pods • @pods Cherlyne Rouse, Strategic Account Manager, Military 727-538-6418 • crouse@pods.com Bruce Mitchell, National Government Sales Manager 727-538-6484 • bmitchell@pods.com PODS® is a leader in the moving and storage industry providing both residential and commercial services in CONUS, Canada, Australia and the UK. Founded in 1998, PODS® pioneered the portable moving and storage industry now preferred by many military customers for PCS moves, deployment storage, and government logistical needs. To date, the PODS® network has completed more than 900,000 long-distance moves, exceeded 3.68 million deliveries, and has more than 200,000 PODS containers in service. PODS® holds GSA contract #GS33F0019T, schedule 48.

Port of Beaumont

1225 Main Street, Beaumont, TX 77701 409-835-5367 • www.portofbeaumont.com www.facebook.com/beaumonttxport David C. Fisher, Executive Director dcf@portofbeaumont.com Bill Carpenter, Deputy Director bc@portofbeaumont.com Ernest Bezdek, Director of Trade Development elb@portofbeaumont.com Randall Ogrydziak, Dir. of Sec. Facilities & Regulatory Compliance rso@portofbeaumont.com The Port of Beaumont, a premier strategic port located in Southeast Texas, has a longstanding history with the USTRANSCOM and SDDC. With direct service by three major rail carriers (BNSF, KCSRR, and UPRR), the port can handle multiple deployments, and service government and commercial partners with ease and efficiency. Infrastructure improvements totaling $74 million over the last several years have improved facilities, railroad infrastructure and the port’s ability to manage major cargo movements. Home to the SDDC 842nd Transportation Command, the port is a proud strategic partner ready and eager to assist in times of war and peace.

525 Washington Boulevard, Suite 1660 Jersey City, NJ 07310 732-635-3899 • www.portsamerica.com Mark Montgomery, President & CEO • 732-635-3818 • corporate@portsamerica.com Tom Perdue, CCO • 732-635-3887 • tom.perdue@portsamerica.com Paul Birnbaum, VP, Sales • 904-200-7549 • paul.birnbaum@portsamerica.com Ports America, the largest terminal operator and stevedore in the US, operates in more than 42 ports and 80 locations. With more than 90 years experience through predecessor companies, Ports America possesses dedicated resources that only a company of such scale and scope can deliver, including skilled personnel, robust training programs, best-in class technology and experienced management. With a highly skilled and trained labor force, Ports America has the experience and expertise to manage all types of cargo handling. Having handled more than 13.4 million TEUs, 2.5 million vehicles, 10.1 million tons of general cargo and 2.1 million cruise ship passengers annually, Ports America has operations ranging from pure container terminals to “under-the-hook stevedoring.” Operations also include container, bulk, breakbulk, military, project, auto/RoRo, cruise, intermodal, and maintenance and repair.

Portus

PO Box 28639, 5250 William Mills Street Jacksonville, FL 32226 904-757-1170 • www.portus-us.com @portus_us John Fenton, CEO 904-757-1170 • jfenton@patriotrail.com Larry Palmer, General Manager, Military Operations 904-757-1170 • lpalmer@portus-us.com Dennis Marzec, COO 904-757-1170 • dennis.marzec@patriotrail.com Joe Vezzali, Vice President, Operations 904-757-1170 • joseph.vezzali@dph-us.com Portus is one of the premier container and heavy lift cargo terminal operators in the Southeastern US and has been delivering portside solutions to customers for over 20 years. Headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, Portus operates on the heaviest berth along the East Coast measuring 1800 lbs. per sq. ft. Commodities handled include breakbulk, containers, project and heavy lift cargoes, and military. Portus has active operations for both military and commercial work in Jacksonville, FL; Cape Canaveral, FL; Port Everglades, FL; and Sunny Point, NC.

Port of San Diego

PO Box 120488, San Diego, CA 92112-0488 619-686-6300 • www.portofsandiego.org www.facebook.com/usa.portofsandiego @portofsandiego Daniel Valentine, Manager – Maritime Operations 619-686-6371 • dvalentine@portofsandiego.org Greg Borossay, Principal Maritime Business Development 619-686-6242 • gborossay@portofsandiego.org Connie LeFevre, Senior Maritime Trade Account Manager 619-686-6301 • clefevre@portofsandiego.org Stephen Shafer, Program Manager, Government and Civic Relations 619-725-6036 • sshafer@portofsandiego.org The Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal is the Port’s omni-terminal currently undergoing a $24 million redevelopment project that will be providing additional laydown and terminal efficiencies for breakbulk, containers and bulk cargos. This terminal is also capable of handling breakbulk pieces in excess of 300 metric tons and is on-dock rail-served by BNSF Railway. As a Strategic Commercial Port, San Diego continues to proudly serve both military and commercial interests for movement of cargo and passengers.

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Preferred Systems Solutions, Inc.

7925 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 6200, McLean, VA 22102 703-663-2777 • www.pssfed.com www.facebook.com/preferred-systems-solutions • @pssfed Jim Ballard, President and CEO • 703-663-2777 • jballard@pssfed.com Mark Thompson, VP, Growth • 703-663-2777 x1180 • mthompson@pssfed.com Julie Williams Stogner, Dir., DOD Accts. • 618-610-9436 • jstogner@pssfed.com Thorsten Moske, Dir., St. Louis Area Ops. • 618-803-0143 • tmoske@pssfed.com PSS has proudly supported the Defense Transportation System (DTS) for more than 10 years, providing Software and Systems Development, Program Management, and Consulting Services to USTRANSCOM and its subordinate components. Founded in 1991, PSS developed and employs a modified Agile software development methodology—the PSS Rapid Iterative Software Methodology (PRISM)—which we use in combination with our DEVOPS experience to deliver timely and accurate applications. While PSS is a large business, we maintain the flexibility and agility of a small business with a dedicated focus on the needs of the customer and program execution.


Sustaining—INDUSTRY MEMBERS

Prestera Trucking, Inc.

19129 US Route 52, South Point, OH 45680 740-894-4770 • www.prestera.com

PTS Worldwide

Dan Jeffries, President/CEO 740-894-4770 x223 • dan@prestera.com David Cullop, Senior Vice President 740-894-4770 x232 • david@prestera.com Richard Kersh, Executive Vice President Sales 740-894-4770 x1 • dispatch@prestera.com

Nancy Poulos, President Kim Chudik, Vice President

Prestera Trucking was founded in the mid-1960s and has operated nationwide as a specialized DOD carrier for nearly 30 years. Safety and Service is our mission. Prestera Trucking: Your Special Needs, It’s Our Business!

Priority Solutions International

100 Berkeley Drive, Suite A, Swedesboro, NJ 08085 800-257-4777 • www.prioritysolutions.com

115 E Dekalb Street, PO Box 885, Somonauk, IL 60552 815-797-1026 • www.ptsworldwide.net

PTS Worldwide is a family owned company that specializes in hauling Arms, Ammunition and Explosives for the Department of Defense for almost a decade. Our professional drivers and staff are known for coordinating and hauling shipments throughout the 48 contiguous states with our unique and efficient van and dromedary combinations. PTS Worldwide prides itself in providing superior, loyal, and reliable service to our customers.

Radiant Global Logistics, INC.

405 114th Avenue SE, Third Floor, Bellevue, WA 98004 www.radiantgloballogistics.com/main.php

David Csontos, General Manager 800-257-4777 • david.csontos@prioritysolutions.com Scott Emery, Manager Global Transportation 800-257-4777 • scott.emery@prioritysolutions.com Kelly Doran, Premium Courier Accounts Executive 800-257-4777 • kelly.doran@prioritysolutions.com Lee Sutton, National Sales Manager 609-970-2608 • lee.sutton@prioritysolutions.com

Bohn Crain, Chief Executive Officer 800-843-4784 • bhcrain@radiantdelivers.com Joseph Bento, Chief Operating Officer 800-843-4784 • jbento@radiantdelivers.com Arnold Goldstein, Chief Commercial Officer 425-468-5588 • agoldstein@radiantdelivers.com Jason Dennis, Director of Government Services 425-468-5576 • jdennis.exo@radiantdelivers.com

Priority Solutions, part of Thermo Fisher Scientific, has supported the US government, the US military, and commercial shippers globally for more than 30 years. Priority specializes in high touch distribution and transportation solutions customized to customer needs. 24/7/365. Cold Chain. Ambient. Large. Small. Global. Dependable. On time.

Radiant Global Logistics has the experience and required government certification to handle your complex military and defense related shipments. Our credentials include logistics support for a variety of domestic defense related manufacturers and coordination of US military sales into foreign countries. CRAF—CONUS and OCONUS, RAIL, OCEAN and Multimodal DOD approved carrier. Radiant—It’s the Network that Delivers.

Priority Worldwide Services 7361 Coca Cola Drive, Suite E Hanover, MD 21076 410-766-7470 www.priorityworldwide.com Ted Pendleton, Sr. Director, Gov’t, Defense & Aerospace 800-727-1085 • tpendleton@priorityworldwide.com Priority Worldwide has a global footprint of 26 Offices in 14 Countries. Priority is an IATA and NVOCC Freight Forwarder that operates its own Cargo Screening Facilities with Customs Brokerage Licenses in N. America, as well as several Western African countries; assuring swift and secure cargo movement globally. Our philosophy is to ensure the ULTIMATE customer experience and facilitate the creation of new, sustainable business through enhanced team cooperation and employee awareness. Priority is also a proud CRAF, Forwarding Partner of Hawaiian Airlines, Inc., (HAMF).

Radisson Hotel Group

701 Carlson Parkway Minnetonka, MN 55305 www.radissonhotelgroup.com www.facebook.com/radissonhotels • @radissongroup Katherine R. Kelly, Director, Government Sales, Americas 240-631-2111 • kathy.kelly@radissonhotels.com Chris McLaughlin, Director, Global Sales – Group 402-501-5033 • chris.mclaughlin@radissonhotels.com Michelle Zesiger, Manager, Corporate Accounts, Americas 402-501 6148 • michelle.zesiger@radissonhotels.com Radissson Hotel Group: Expanding Around the World 1,423 Hotels in operation and under development in 115 countries and territories. Expertise across all key segments and business models, with eight vibrant brands ranging across segments from economy to luxury. Radisson Collection, Radisson Blu, Radisson, Radisson Red, Park Plaza, Park Inn by Radisson, Country Inn & Suites by Radisson and Prizeotel. Every Moment Matters—at Radisson Hotel Group we strive to make every moment matter by being a true host and best partner. We provide meaningful, delightful and inspiring experiences for our guests, and insightful and responsive client support for our partners. Radisson Hotel Group is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Brussels, Belgium. www.ndtahq.com |

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Savi Technology, Inc.

PO Box 2150, Wilmington, NC 28402 910-763-7237 • www.ramartrans.com Mark Strickland, Owner • 910-763-7237 • mstrick@ramartrans.com Ramar Transportation, Inc. is an asset-based Small Business Transportation Company founded in 1988. Ramar Transportation is now hazmat certified and we can also handle import and export explosives. SBA certified, hazmat and DOD approved, we provide quality expert service for logistical needs throughout 48 states. For the past 10 years, we have been offering our support for wounded soldiers and investing in youth scholarships. We understand the value of your requests and obstacles you may encounter along the way, and are ready to assist with a solution for every vital shipment. Here at Ramar Transportation, with our devoted staff and team of drivers, we pride ourselves in providing quality expert transportation services to the DOD, hauling military equipment, oversize loads, and general freight. Operating on a 25-acre facility, supplying security storage and lift capacities, our team is dedicated, ready, and willing 24/7 to rise to the challenge and go above and beyond to provide your most complex transportation needs. We provide our customers with timely, helpful service at competitive prices. Our diversified fleet can meet the challenges of most any shipment.

3601 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 280 Alexandria, VA 22034 571-227-7950 • www.savi.com www.facebook.com/savitechnology • @savi360 Rich Carlson, CEO 571-227-7950 • rcarlson@savi.com Rosemary Johnston, Senior Vice President, Operations 571-227-7918 • rjohnston@savi.com Vicki Warker, Chief Marketing Officer 571-227-7950 • vwarker@savi.com Jim Hayden, Chief Technology Officer 571-227-7950 • jhayden@savi.com Savi delivers live streaming facts and insights about the location, condition and security of in-transit goods. Using big data analytics, Savi equips shippers, carriers, 3PLs and governments to optimize supply chain logistics before, during and after transit, reducing costs and inventory while improving service. Savi is trusted to run the world’s largest and most complex asset tracking and monitoring network serving the US DOD, Allied military and more than 1,000 commercial companies around the globe. For more information about Savi visit www.savi.com.

Roadrunner Transportation Systems

Seafarers International Union of NA, AGLIW

1431 Opus Place, Suite 530 Downers Grove, IL 60515 414-615-1650 Curt Stoelting, CEO 331-903-4280 • cstoelting@rrts.com Mike Gettle, President & COO 331-903-4290 • mgettle@rrts.com Frank Hurst, President – LTL 331-903-4290 • fhurst@rrts.com

Roadrunner Transportation Systems is a leading asset-right transportation and asset-light logistics service provider offering a full suite of solutions under the Roadrunner®, Active On-Demand® and Ascent Global Logistics® brands. The Roadrunner brand offers less-than-truckload, temperature controlled and intermodal services. Active On-Demand offers premium mission critical air and ground transportation solutions. Ascent Global Logistics offers domestic freight management, retail consolidation, international freight forwarding and customs brokerage. For more information, please visit Roadrunner’s website: www.rrts.com

5201 Auth Way, Camp Springs, MD 20746 301-899-0675 • www.seafarers.org www.facebook.com/seafarersinternational/ @seafarersunion

Michael Sacco, President Augustin Tellez, Executive Vice President David Heindel, Secretary/Treasurer George Tricker, Vice President of Contracts and Contracts Enforcement Founded in 1938, the Union represents American merchant mariners who serve aboard US flag vessels on the deep seas, inland waters, and Great Lakes. With its contracted companies, the Union also operates the Paul Hall Center for Maritime Training and Education in Piney Point, MD. Opened in 1967, it has provided entry and advanced maritime training to tens of thousands of mariners who have crewed the nation’s merchant vessels.

Sabre

3150 Sabre Drive, Southlake, Texas 76092 www.sabre.com • @sabre_corp Kyle Kraft, Government Account Director 248-885-2500 • kyle.kraft@sabre.com Sabre Travel Network is a US based company, operating in approximately 144 countries around the world. We are the largest travel and technology provider for US civilian and military government travel to include the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and several civilian government agencies and specialized TMCs. Sabre provides access to more than 400 airlines, 225,000 unique hotel properties, 40 car rental brands, and 50 rail carriers through the Sabre GDS. Our customized solutions for government agencies and TMCs include: • Access to government negotiated rates and automated policy compliance • Full integration with military housing reservations systems to include the DOD Preferred Lodging Program and GSA’s FedRooms® • Conus Per Diem integrated in Format Finder • Seamless access to DTS Defense Travel System for DOD • Sabre and GetThere support the GSA ETS 2 initiative goals • Guaranteed enhanced security throughout the booking process • And so much more

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Skylease Cargo

4640 NW 36th Street, Miami, FL 33166 305-871-0130 • www.skyleasecargo.com Alfonso C. Rey, Chairman 305-871-0130 x1451 • slatchu@skylease.aero SkyLease is one of the leading cargo airlines operating to and from Latin America, the No.1 handler of live animals, perishable goods, and charter operations involving any-size loads anywhere in the world. We operate a 550,000 square foot warehouse at Miami International Airport, divided into two different sections: a massive 159,000 square feet of cooler space, and 391,000 square feet dry cargo warehouse; this facility is by far the largest privately owned all cargo airline facility in North America. We have the flexibility and experience to meet all your transportation needs. Let Us connect you to the world!


Sustaining—INDUSTRY MEMBERS SonDance Enterprises, Inc, d/b/a Freight Air & Sea Transport

1125 Fred Drive, Morrow, GA 30260 404-765-9891 • www.shipcargofast.com www.facebook.com/shipcargofast/ Kimberly A. Duke, President • kduke@shipcargofast.com Allyson Boswell, Vice President • aboswell@shipcargofast.com Sarah Blackwelder, Operations Manager • sarah@shipcargofast.com Norman S. Brazel, Director Government Services • nbrazel@shipcargofast.com Through the years we have built our reputation on excellence in shipping and logistics. Customer satisfaction is our top priority: We are highly committed to covering the entire supply chain with personalized and cost-efficient shipping solutions. Trust us to handle your freight needs, and rest assured that our team of skilled and qualified professionals will be hard at work following all safety and government regulations to ensure a smooth transaction between you and your valued customers. As a Small Business Women Owned Corporation, Incorporated in 2003―Small Business Enterprise (SBA) our services include: Warehousing/Storage, Physical Distribution, International Import/Export, Air Freight, Sea Freight, Custom Clearance and Expedited Services.

Southwest Airlines Co.

2702 Love Field Drive PO Box 36611, Dallas, TX 75235 281-821-9595 • www.southwest.com www.facebook.com/southwest @southwestair Gary Kelly, Chairman & CEO Thomas Nealon, President Michael Van De Ven, Chief Operating Officer Bert Craus, Director, Charters Peter F. Griswold, Charter Sales & Operations Administrator 281-821-9595 • pete.griswold@wnco.com Southwest is the nation’s largest domestic carrier with over 4,000 flights to 110 destinations including Puerto Rico and 10 international. Our purpose is to connect people to what’s important in their lives through friendly, reliable and low-cost travel. Our 59,000 plus employees strive to provide the highest quality customer service delivered with a sense of warmth, friendliness, individual pride and company spirit. Our successes include numerous awards for scheduled and charter services, as well as Domestic Carrier of the Year for our Cargo Department. Our Frequent Flyer Program, Rapid Rewards, won the Freddie Award for Program of the Year for the 3rd year in a row.

St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton

1820 Market Street, St. Louis, MO 63103 314-231-1234 • www.stlouisunionstation.com www.facebook.com/stlouisunionstationhotel @unionstationstl Tim Cooper, General Manager 314-231-1234 • tcooper@stlunionstationhotel.com Barbara Koenig Brugger, Regional Sales Manager 314-212-2160 • barb.koenig@swphotels.com Dan Belmont, Director of Convention Services 314-231-1234 • dbelmont@stlunionstationhotel,com St. Louis Union Station is a fully renovated and restored landmark with over 130,000 square feet of flexible meeting space and 567 guest rooms and 40 suites. Conveniently located in downtown St. Louis and only fifteen minutes from St. Louis Lambert International Airport, this distinctive and one of a kind icon is the leading host of meetings in the Midwest. Come visit our new Fire and Water Show, 3D mapped light show in historic Grand Hall and coming in 2019, the St. Louis Aquarium. Discover the exceptional qualities that make us a part of the select group, Curio – A Collection by Hilton.

The Parking Spot

200 W. Monroe Street, Suite 1500 Chicago, IL 60606 www.theparkingspot.com www.facebook.com/theparkingspot @theparkingspot As the nation’s largest near-airport parking company, with 39 convenient locations at 21 major US airports, The Parking Spot makes airport travel simple and seamless with trunk-to-terminal service. Our friendly, courteous team members, outstanding value, unmatched customer service commitment, and industryleading Spot Club loyalty program combine to ensure The Parking Spot is the best part of our guests’ travel experience. We offer customized programs for government and military travel, adding experiential value to the customer experience and savings to the bottom line.

TMM, Inc.

8445 Western Way, Jacksonville, FL 32256 www.totalmm.com

Jamey Peacock, VP Business Devel. • jpeacock@totalmm.com MG Charlie Fletcher, USA (Ret.), Member, Board of Advisors • fletcherc@live.com CMSgt Tim Vandagriff, USAF (Ret.), Sr, Program Advisor • timv@totalmm.com TMM, located in Jacksonville, FL, was founded in 2003 and has refined its business processes over the 15-years with the mission to provide best in class services for the military move market. TMM personnel manage the critical interactions between DOD customers, shipping offices and its Transportation Service Provider (TSP) partners. The service and support provided by TMM enables TSPs to focus on their core competencies: Packing, linehaul transportation, delivery and storage. TMM is a non-asset-based logistics company. The business maintains a network of affiliated trusted transportation companies to service contracted shipments. The success of the business relies on high-quality customer service and efficient move operations ensuring continued growth. The company currently employs over 230 people led by a highly skilled and experienced management team. Currently TMM coordinates more DOD moves than any other single entity. This growth is linked to our ability to manage actions to outcomes, as measured by customer feedback.

Transcor

9310 Old Kings Road South, Suite 501 Jacksonville, Florida, 32257 904-737-7500 Chuck Speranzella, President csperan@etranscor.com Cindi Tepper, Government Program Manager ctepper@etranscor.com Transcor, Inc. currently provides air and ground travel management services to all Job Corps Centers, Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS), over 2,800 military recruiters and their commands in the United States and Puerto Rico, through its proprietary online travel management system known as “eTranscor.” Transcor, Inc. is one of the largest agents of online ground transportation in the country. Transcor’s carriers range from AMTRAK, Greyhound Lines, Inc. and its interlining partners, to several DTMO approved van companies that run 14 passenger vans for military recruit and MEPS transportation, in the US and Puerto Rico six days per week. Transcor’s Data Services provides state of the art reservation, ticketing and accounting systems for Greyhound, Lines Inc. and most major bus lines throughout the US and Canada.

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Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA)

1625 Prince Street, Suite 200, Alexandria, VA 22314 703-299-5700 • www.tianet.org www.facebook.com/transportation-intermediaries-association @3plassociation Robert A. Voltmann, President & CEO 703-299-5700 • voltmann@tianet.org Nancy O’Liddy, Chief of Staff 703-299-5700 • oliddy@tianet.org Will Sehestedt, Government Affairs Director 703-299-5700 • sehestedt@tianet.org The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) is the premier organization for third-party logistics professionals doing business in North America. TIA provides resources, education, information, advocacy and connections to establish, maintain and expand ethical, profitable and growing businesses in service to their customers.

Travelport

1725 I Street, NW, Suite 300 Washington, DC 20006 www.travelport.com Joe Herzog, VP – Gov’t Business Devel. • 630-329-9098 • joe.herzog@travelport.com Denise Kelley, Dir. – Bus. Devel. • 443-341-7484 • denise.kelley@travelport.com Travel Modernization begins with Travelport. Travel is a $7 trillion industry—and Travelport is powering the experiences of the world’s most savvy travelers. Our platform enables travel providers, agencies, government, corporates and developers to search, share, buy and sell travel to online and offline travel consumers. Travelport delivers more content to travelers: • 400+ airlines • 37,000 rental car locations • 650,000 chain and independent hotels • 14 major domestic and international rail networks/access through 45 train operating companies

101 North Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60606 312-853-3223 • www.ttx.com www.facebook.com/ttx-company • @ttxcompany Michael V. Gilley, AVP Fleet Management 312-606-1481 • michael.gilley@ttx.com Frank W. Adcock, AVP Marketing 312-984-3712 • frank.adcock@ttx.com TTX Company is a leading provider of railcars and related freight car management services to the North American rail industry. TTX’s pool of railcars—over 160,000 cars—is ideal for supporting shippers in the intermodal, automotive, paper & forest, metals, machinery, wind energy and other markets where flatcars, boxcars and gondolas are required. Owned by North America’s leading railroads, TTX’s free-running pools provide fungible assets that minimize total empty miles, further lowering costs and minimizing risk for the industry, helping the railroads conserve their capital for other critical infrastructure needs. Customers easily recognize TTX’s bright yellow cars as a consistent, high quality, well-maintained fleet that serves many transportation needs.

Tucker Company Worldwide, Inc.

56 N. Haddon Avenue, Haddonfield, NJ 08033 800-229-7780 • www.tuckerco.com www.facebook.com/tuckercompanyworldwide @tuckercompany Jeffrey G. Tucker, CEO 856-317-9600 x122 • jefft@tuckerco.com Rachel Jones, Sales Representative 856-317-9600 x131 • rachelj@tuckerco.com Tucker Company Worldwide is America’s oldest privately-held freight brokerage specializing in North American truckload, oversize, delicate, high value, high security, climate controlled and otherwise sensitive shipments for some of the world’s best-known brands. Tucker has been a first responder supporting the government in transporting relief supplies for our nation’s emergencies for the past 30 years. Tucker is active in its trade association and serves on a select committee reviewing motor carrier safety for the US Department of Transportation.

CityPairs – FedRooms – DOD Lodging – Military on base hotels – Gov Car Rates – Business Intelligence - Policy Compliance – Interfaces to ConcurGov, E2, Defense Travel System

TSA Transportation LLC

5322 Primrose Lake Circle, Suite F, Tampa, FL 33647 813-304-2449 Jennifer Holley, President 813-265-9511 jholleytsa@gmail.com Primarily hauling freight for the Department of Defense, we pride ourselves in providing excellent service and are committed to the success of our customer.

United Van Lines, Inc.

One United Drive, Fenton, MO 63026 800-283-5728 www.unitedvanlines.com www.facebook.com/unitedvanlines Bob McCabe, VP, Government Transportation 636-349-2891 • bob_mccabe@unigroup.com Calvin Gerrein, Director, Allegiant Move Management 636-305-4217 • calvin_gerrein@unigroup.com John Johnson, Director, Government Transportation 636-305-6233 • john_johnson@unigroup.com Rae Hickinbotham, Manager, Government Transportation 636-305-4060 • rae_hickinbotham@unigroup.com United Van Lines is America’s #1 Mover®, relocating thousands of families, companies and products each year. United’s industry-leading expertise and innovation help to provide quality service through its network of 300 affiliated agencies. United is GSA/DOD approved, and ISO 9001:2008 and 14001:2004 registered.

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Sustaining—INDUSTRY MEMBERS Universal Logistics Holdings, Inc.

Volga Dnepr Airlines

12755 E. Nine Mile Road, Warren, MI 48089 855-887-4468 • www.universallogistics.com www.facebook.com/universaltruckloadgovernmentservices Mark Guerrero, GM, Gov’t Services • mguerrero@universallogistics.com Mary Cavataio, Team Lead, Gov’t Services • mcavataio@goutsi.com Universal Government Services signifies the power of unity. Universal’s network strength is in our broad portfolio of transportation and logistics service offerings, which provides a single source solution to any challenging mission. Our commitment to excellence in safety, service, and reliability have shaped Universal’s core values, and this commitment continues to guide our future. Transportation Services: Flatbed, Specialized, Heavy Haul, Oilfield, Van, Refrigerated, Dedicated, Drive Away, Truckload Brokerage Value Added Services: Consolidation, Crossdock, Kitting, Line Side Delivery, Repacking, Reverse Logistics Sequencing, Warehousing, Project Management Intermodal Services: Port and Rail Drayage, Domestic Intermodal Specialized Services: Air Forwarding, Ocean Forwarding, Customs Brokerage

9400 Grogans Mill Road, Suite 220 The Woodlands, TX 77380 832-585-8611 • www.volga-dnepr.com www.facebook.com/volgadneprgroup @volgadneprgroup Colon Miller, Global Director Gov’t, Humanitarian, Peacekeeping & Defense 713-298-7724 • colon@volga-dnepr.us Volga-Dnepr Airlines is the world leader in the specialized market of oversize, outsized and super-heavy cargo transportation. The airline is an integral part of Volga Dnepr Group, operating three separate airlines offering an all-cargo aircraft fleet including (12) AN-124-100, (5) IL-76, (18) B-747-8, and (3) B-737-400, from Volga Dnepr Airlines, AirBridgeCargo Airlines, and A-Tran cargo. Volga-Dnepr provides complete logistics services for air charter movements of complex, special and oversize cargo, as well as general cargo movement offering scheduled cargo service through sister airlines. Its customers include government and commercial organizations, including leading global businesses in oil and gas, energy, aerospace, agriculture and telecommunications, as well as the humanitarian, defense, governmental and emergency services sectors. To include providing airlift services to NATO member and countries. Volga-Dnepr is a member of the International Aviation Transport and The International Air Cargo Associations.

USA Jet Airlines (Active On-Demand)

2068 E Street, Belleville, MI 48111 734-547-7200 • www.rrts.com/active-on-demand www.facebook.com/roadrunnertransportation @rrts_corporate Mike Garvin, President mgarvin@usajet.aero Tony Facciolla, VP of Sales, Active On-Demand 734-547-7351 • tfacciolla@activeaero.com USA Jet Airlines is proud to be a part of Active On-Demand. Active On-Demand is a business platform within Roadrunner’s Truckload and Express Services segment that provides premium mission critical air and ground transportation solutions across North America for companies who require high service and highly reliable logistics. Committed to delivering time definite supply chain solutions, Active On-Demand specializes in Scheduled Truckload, Ground Expedite, Air Charter, Hand Carry and International Airfreight services. For more information, please visit the Active On-Demand website www.rrts.com/activeon-demand. USA Jet Airlines is also a proud member of the DOD CRAF.

Vetcom Logistics

823 St. Paul Street, Lewisburg, PA 17837 888-990-9897 x802 www.vetcomlogistics.com Richard Owen, President • 570-974-4122 • rowen@vetcomlogistics.com Mark Rerko, Log. & Tech. Solutions • 630-945-0970 • mrerko@vetcomlogistics.com Todd Warner, Board Member Vetcom Logistics is a HUBZone, VA Certified Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) founded in 2008 by a team dedicated to getting the job done right. Represented by supply chain leaders, Vetcom combines more than 80 years of experience in various transportation, business process outsourcing and information technology solutions. We are focused on contracts supporting the federal government. We team with companies globally to identify strategic opportunities addressing critical government and contractor challenges, thereby sustaining and contributing to the government’s transportation and service enterprise in addition to other critical supply chain applications. Vetcom has tremendous experience servicing critical supply chains both domestically and internationally. Our core services run the gamut of domestic and international transportation, supply chain logistics, information technology, business process outsourcing which include call center and e-fulfillment solutions.

Wally Park A I R P O R T PA R K I N G

707 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 4300 Los Angeles, CA 90017 314-805-1338 https://corp.wallypark.com/us-government/ www.facebook.com/wallypark/ • @wallypark

Wally Park provides airport parking services to government travelers in 11 cities. We are open to the federal government 24-hours a day, 365-days per year. To receive the government’s special rates, reserve your parking at https://corp. wallypark.com/us-government/. Military personnel may reserve their parking at https://corp.wallypark.com/us-military/. Markets include Atlanta, Chicago (O’Hare), Denver, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Newark, Orlando, Philadelphia, San Diego, and Seattle.

Wapack Labs Corporation

326 Chestnut Hill Road, Suite 400 New Boston, NH 03070 603-606-1246 • www.wapacklabs.com @wapacklabs Jeff Stutzman, Chief Intelligence Officer 603-930-2222 • jstutzman@wapacklabs.com Jim McKee, President & CFO 314-422-8185 • jmckee@wapacklabs.com Wapack Labs identifies cyber threats before they become attacks. Founded in 2013, Wapack Labs is a privately held cyber intelligence and threat analysis firm serving companies and organizations around the globe by providing early warning threat detection through internet surveillance operations, data gathering, and in-depth analysis of economic, financial, and geopolitical issues. Intelligence information is shared with clients through an array of packages to meet both their cyber security needs and their bottom line.

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Women In Trucking Association, Inc.

PO Box 400, Plover, WI 54467-0400 888-464-9482 • www.womenintrucking.org www.facebook.com/groups/125991767442727/ • @womenintrucking Ellen Voie, CAE, President/CEO ellen@womenintrucking.org Women In Trucking’s mission is to encourage the employment of women in the trucking industry, promote their accomplishments and minimize obstacles faced by women working in the trucking industry.

200 Westbank Expressway, Gretna, LA 70052 www.acmetruck.com www.facebook.com/acmetruckline • @acmetrucklinetx Keith Cheramie, VP/National Sales Manager 504-368-2510 • keith.cheramie@acmetruck.com Debra Ducote, Vice President of Logistics 888-844-2263 • debra.ducote@acmetruck.com Since 1960, Acme Truck Line has been a leader in the truck transport of equipment, materials, and supplies throughout the US. The reasons for our success are simple. We gathered the very best people and equipment available anywhere and committed ourselves to exceptional customer service. ACME is proud of its outstanding record of safe on-time deliveries, and our reputation for integrity and financial stability.

Agile Defense, Inc.

11600 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 440, Reston, VA 20191 571-748-4455 • www.agile-defense.com www.facebook.com/agiledefense • @agiledefense

XPO Logistics

4043 Piedmont Parkway, High Point, NC 27265 www.xpologistics.com www.facebook.com/xpologistics • @xpologistics www.linkedin.com/company/xpologistics

Agile Defense is a CMMI Level 3-rated and ISO 9001, 20000-1, and 27000-registered Information Technology (IT) solutions provider, delivering IT expertise and operational support to the DOD and federal agencies. Core capabilities include Cybersecurity, Data Center Design and Engineering, and Enterprise IT Operations Support.

Ashfaque Chowdhury, President, Americas and Asia Pacific ashfaque.chowdhury@xposc.com Marty Smith, SVP Sales • marty.smith@xposc.com XPO Logistics is a top ten global provider of transportation and logistics solutions. We provide services for truck brokerage and transportation, less-thantruckload, intermodal, highly-engineered supply chain solutions, contract logistics, last mile, expedite, global forwarding and managed transportation. XPO serves more than 50,000 customers with a highly integrated network of 1,469 locations in 32 countries. The bedrock of our company is our people: more than 84,000 employees operating as one cohesive organization with a single-minded focus on customer service. Many of the customers we serve are in the manufacturing, retail, e-commerce, industrial, technology, aerospace, chemical, life sciences and government sectors.

1768 Business Center Drive, Suite 300, Reston, VA 20190 703-373-1984 • www.amyx.com www.facebook.com/amyx-inc-1615424122025302/ • @amyxinc Satya Akula, President and Chief Executive Officer Bill Schaefer, Chief Operating Officer Mike Kleeblatt, VP, Business Devel. • 703-373-1984 x106 • mkleeblatt@amyx.com

YRC Freight

Amyx, Inc. is an ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 27001:2013 certified, CMMI®-DEV Level 3 appraised small business. Amyx’s great success is due to our consistently high-quality performance and stellar record of customer satisfaction. We strive to achieve the highest possible reputation for quality, while providing best-value solutions. Amyx’s offerings include Logistics and Supply Chain Systems Modernization; Enterprise Technology; Cybersecurity; Systems Engineering & Technical Assistance; Program and Acquisition Management; Business Process Transformation; and Financial Support Services, amongst others.

Darren Hawkins, Chief Executive Officer, YRCW T.J. O’Connor, President, YRC Freight Brian Carter, Corporate Account Executive, Government 301-988-3800 • brian.carter@yrcfreight.com

Bolloré Logistics

10990 Roe Avenue, Overland Park, KS 66211 800-610-6551 • www.yrc.com www.facebook.com/yrcfreightltl • @yrcfreightltl

YRC Freight is proud to serve the United States government and provides dedicated personnel who work exclusively to create and manage transportation and logistics solutions that meet the needs of departments and agencies in the US government. With the convenience of a single point of contact, the YRC Freight Government Solutions team makes it simple for you to access the extensive capacity and services of one of the largest transportation providers in the world. Our Government Solutions team of experienced transportation professionals works exclusively with the US government to deliver confidence with transportation and logistics services which meet your missions’ needs.

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46030 Manekin Plaza, Suite 130, Sterling, VA 20166 202-470-5910 • www.bollore-logistics.com www.facebook.com/bolloreafricalogistics • @bollorelog Eric Topp, SVP, Global Accounts • 202-470-5910 • eric.topp@bollore.com Eric Sanchez, VP, Sales & Marketing • +33 1 46 96 41 52 • eric.sanchez@bollore.com Husnu Kayisbudak, Contract Mgr. • 703-935-3764 • husnu.kayisbudak@bollore.com Bolloré Logistics is the leading integrated logistics provider and trusted partner in Africa. We provide air, ocean, trucking, rail, barge, warehousing, customs clearance, terminal operations, cargo handling and general supply chain management/logistics for all types of cargo transiting to, from and within Africa. Bolloré Logistics is the recognized specialist when it comes to African logistics as we are an asset owner/ operator with physical presence in over 46 African countries. We manage 30 concessions (ports/rail/etc.), 23,500 employees, 6,000 transportation vehicles, 40,000km of road corridors and over 10 million square meters of warehousing/yard space.


Regional Patrons—INDUSTRY MEMBERS C5T Corporation

Chassis King, Inc.

Janet Reese, Chief Executive Officer • 618-744-1258 • janet.reese@c5t.com Greg Padula, Executive Vice President • 618-744-1258 • greg.padula@c5t.com A.J. McMillan, VP BD & Site Lead • 618-744-1258 • adam.mcmillan@c5t.com

Donald B. Pratt, President • donpratt@chassisking.com

703 Seibert Road, Suite 4, Scott AFB, IL 62225 618-744-1258 • www.c5t.com • www.facebook.com/C5T-Corporation

C5T Corp, is a certified WOSB & SDVOSB, located at Scott AFB, IL; 90% employees military veterans. Our success due to our people who always, “Delight the Customer.” Capabilities: Enterprise Organizational Effectiveness, Portfolio/Program/Project Management, Knowledge & Change Management, Business Process Reengineering, Process Improvement, Functional Management, RDT&E, IT & Cyber. Bridge operational & tech domains. Received SBA Prime Contractor of the year (Region V) award. AFCEA small business of the year finalist. Project Management Institute (PMI®) Registered Education Provider (REP®). PMI Project Mgr of the year. ISO 9001:2015 certified. Prime contract vehicles: GSA PSS 00Corp (MOBIS), IT70, VETS2, eFAST & SeaPort-e.

1016 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Clearwater, FL 33756 727-585-1500 • www.chassisking.com • @chassisking Chassis King is a worldwide supplier of intermodal transportation equipment including new/used containers, container chassis, rail cars, trailers, yard tractors, and port trailers. Customers include shipping lines, railroads, truck lines, shippers, and third parties. The Chassis King team is dedicated to providing top quality transportation equipment to customers and to developing innovative products that meet industry needs.

CakeBoxx Technologies

Columbia Helicopters, Inc.

Daine Eisold, CEO • 703-869-3336 • daine@cakeboxx-technologies.com Justin Singer, Sales Ops. Mgr. • 571-639-6059 • justin@cakeboxx-technologies.com

Santiago Crespo, Vice President, Business Development and Marketing screspo@colheli.com Mike Nelson, Contracts Manager michaeln@colheli.com

1477 Chain Bridge Road, Suite 100, McLean, VA 22101 571-830-6559 • www.cakeboxx-technologies.com www.facebook.com/cakeboxxtech/ • @cakeboxx

CakeBoxx Technologies designs, builds and sells innovative cargo shipping containers to the global cargo transportation and specialty manufacturing markets. CakeBoxx’s ‘two-piece’ doorless containers are the only shipping containers in the industry certified by DHS as a Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology (QATT) and designated as SAFETY Act approved. CakeBoxx containers with their deck and lid design, are the first innovation in the industry to offer truly safe, secure and efficient containerized transport for the top-loaded, side-loaded, break bulk and general project cargo markets. Advantages of CakeBoxx containers include increased operational efficiency, reduced risk of cargo theft, and lower operating costs.

Cartwright International

11901 Cartwright Ave., Grandview, MO 64030 800-821-2334 • www.cartwrightcompanies.com/ www.facebook.com/cartwrightcompanies/ • @cartwrightcos Andy W. Cartwright, President 800-821-2334 • info@cartwrightcos.com Tom P. Cartwright, Vice President 816-763-2700 • info@cartwrightcos.com Craig Cartwright, Vice President 800-821-2334 • info@cartwrightcos.com

14452 Arndt Road NE, Aurora, OR 97002 503-678-1222 • www.colheli.com

Columbia Helicopters owns, operates and maintains the largest private fleet of commercial heavy-lift helicopters in the world which includes the Columbia Model 107-II Vertol, Columbia Model 234 Chinook and Columbia Model CH-47D Chinook. These aircraft are used for construction, military operations, disaster recovery, fighting wildland fires, logging and supporting petroleum exploration operations. We also offer extensive maintenance services to operators of the same aircraft or those with similar components. Our maintenance facility offers depot-level service and includes a separate, secure military maintenance facility.

Dalko Resources, Inc.

101 Canal Street, Sharpsville, PA 16150 • 724-962-4286 • www.dalkoresources.com Leonard D. Grandy, Executive Vice President 724-962-4286 x1320 • ldgrandy@driworldwide.com Bill Welch, President of Sales 724-962-4286 x1312 • bwelch@driworldwide.com Joseph M. Joseph, Esq., Corp. Council & Sr. Human Resources Officer, Licensed US Customs Broker 724-962-4286 x1324 • jjoseph@driworldwide.com

Cartwright International provides global mobility, move management, domestic and international household goods moving services to the US Military, federal agencies, corporations, and individual consumers. To learn more about us and our 80+ year history, please visit our websites at www.cartwrightcompanies. com, www.cartwrightrelocation.com, and www.compassmoving.com.

Dalko Resources, Inc. is a third-party logistics company with over 35 years of experience in the transportation industry. We are a licensed freight forwarder that has developed strong relationships with premier carriers in all facets of transportation including truckload, less than truckload, air, intermodal, and international shipping. Dalko Resources, Inc. also offers warehousing capabilities in Laredo, TX; Chicago, IL; and Sharpsville, PA; as well as US Customs brokerage services.

Cavalier Logistics

DB Schenker

45085 Old Ox Rd., Dulles, VA 20166 • 703-733-4010 • www.cavlog.com • @cavlogistics Karre Gorrell, Director, Government Business Development 703-733-4031 • kgorrell@cavlog.com Mike Ball, Director, US Government Traffic and Logistics 703-733-4019 • mball@cavlog.com Cavalier Logistics is a veteran owned and operated small business founded in 1985. The goal of Cavalier is to provide tailor made logistics and transportation solutions to meet each and every one of our government client’s specific requirements. We are a full service 3PL logistics and transportation company specializing in a variety of services: Domestic air and trucking, international air and ocean, imports, customs brokerage, packing/crating, and lastly, warehousing and distribution services. All of Cavalier’s services are available 365 days a year, 24 hours a day! For more information, please contact Cavalier at 1-800-4451020 or visit our website at www.cavlog.com.

150 Albany Avenue, Freeport, NY 11520 516-377-3000 • www.dbschenkerusa.com • @dbschenkerusa Greg Zimmer, Dir., Gov’t & Def. Svcs. • 209-992-1808 • greg.zimmer@dbschenker.com Jeff Valus, Global Account Manager, Government & Defense Services 602-458-6000 • jeff.valus@dbschenker.com Steven Bosma, Manager, Global Customer Support 602-458-6055 • steven.bosma@dbschenker.com Stephania Delgado, Business Devel. Specialist, Government & Defense Service 734-287-5821 • stephania.delgado@dbschenker.com DB Schenker is a CRAF affiliated carrier offering customized end-to-end transportation and logistics solutions uniquely suited to meet the most demanding requirements. DB Schenker is an active and trusted participant in a host of DOD programs, and is a true multi-modal solutions company priding itself in developing the most cost effective solutions while always working to exceed customers’ expectations. www.ndtahq.com |

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INDUSTRY MEMBERS—Regional Patrons Enterprise Management Systems

10432 Balls Ford Road, Suite 300, Manassas, VA 20109 703-330-7852 • www.enterprise-management-systems.net Enterprise Management Systems, LLC (EMS), founded in June 2004, specializes in four core competencies: supply chain logistics deliver function consulting and system design support; travel, relocation, and expense management services; medical clinic information systems training and work flow analysis; and knowledge management. EMS also has significant experience in business process re-engineering support associated with the deployment of wireless shipment and asset tracking systems.

Erudite Company

860 SW 22nd Street, Boca Raton, FL 33486 • 561-789-9303 • www.erudite.com Bob Mooney, President – CEO • 561-789-9303 • bob.mooney@erudite.net MG Charlie Fletcher USA (Ret.), VP of Ops. • 703-789-7079 • fletcherc@live.com Maj Gen Joe Simeone, USAF (Ret.), VP, Gov’t Relations • joe.simeone@erudite.net Erudite provides all modal, customizable, stackable container systems with satellite location tracking that collapse to 2ft or less empty. Erudite is the sole supplier of 463L pallets made from aircraft aluminum, based on EAC 40” and 80” container system and certified by ATTLA allowing transport on USAF lift. Body and electronics can be purchased for the 463L pallet and customized with sensors for the most advanced system for real time ITV, security, temp monitoring, intrusion attempts, route deviation, real time inventory, shock notification, and more security and real time info. Erudite offers the least cost container system with satellite tracing/tracking, stackable, weighing under 70lbs and certified to carry 2,000lbs for under $750. Erudite designs containers to meet and exceed our customers’ needs.

John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences

4251 University Avenue, Stop 9036, Grand Forks, ND 58202-9036 701-777-2834 • www.aero.und.edu www.facebook.com/undaerospace • @undaerospace Kent Lovelace, Professor 701-777-2918 • lovelace@aero.und.edu The John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences at the University of North Dakota is the largest collegiate flight training program in the United States. The school offers degrees in Commercial Aviation, Aviation Management, Airport Management, Flight Education, Air Traffic Control and Unmanned Aircraft Systems. With over 120 aircraft and an additional 25 simulators, over 2,000 students from the United States and around the world matriculate through the program.

Kalitta Charters, LLC

843 Willow Run Airport, Ypsilanti, MI 48198 423-587-1462 • www.kalittacharters.com • www.facebook.com/kalitta.charters/ Steve Greene, Dir., Gov’t & Def. Prgms. • 423-587-1462 • sgreene@kalittacharters.com Berry Birurakis, GM • 734-544-3400 • bbirurakis@kalittacharters.com Joel Munson, Flight Ops. Mgr. • 734-544-3400 • jmunson@kalittacharters.com Kalitta Charters is a division of the Kalitta Group of Companies, which owns and operates a diverse fleet of over 100 aircraft, including BE-58 Barons, Beech King Air 200s, 17 Lear Jets (rigged for passenger, cargo, or air ambulance), 8 Falcon 20 freighters, 1 Falcon 20 (9 passenger), 1 Challenger 601-3R (long-range 9 passenger & medevac), 3 B737-400 freighters, 2 DC-9/15 freighters, 1 DC-9/30 freighter, 7 B727-200 freighters, 23 B747-200 & 400 freighters and 4 B767-300ER freighters, with additional aircraft in reserve. The Kalitta Companies are approved for air operations in all configurations by the Department of Defense, Department of Justice, Department of Energy and NASA.

HLI Government Services

Kansas City Southern

Ben Murphy, President ben.murphy@hospitalitylogistics.com Rich Jabara, Vice President rich.jabara@hligovernment.com

Patrick J. Ottensmeyer, President & CEO Larry Doolittle, Sr. Sales and Marketing Account Executive • 816-983-1468

6230 Fairview Road, Suite 220, Charlotte, NC 28210 704-512-0960 • www.hospitalitylogistics.com

If the Government Is YOUR Customer, You Should Be OUR Customer. HLI Government Services is the government and military division of Hospitality Logistics International LLC, a certified Veteran-Owned Small Business with more than a decade of transportation logistics experience. Our leadership team possesses an exceptional knowledge base and unrivaled expertise in the complex space of government logistics. We specialize in delivering to and from military bases and government facilities worldwide.

Cathedral Square, 427 West 12th Street, Kansas City, MO 64105 816-983-1468 • www.kcsouthern.com

Headquartered in Kansas City, MO, KCS is a transportation holding company that has railroad investments in the US, Mexico and Panama. Its primary US holding is The Kansas City Southern Railway Company, serving the central and south central US. Its international holdings include Kansas City Southern de Mexico, S.A. de C.V., serving northeastern and central Mexico and the port cities of Lázaro Cárdenas, Tampico and Veracruz, and a 50 percent interest in Panama Canal Railway Company.

JAS Forwarding

Lineage Logistics

Steven White, Head of Government Logistics Services 843-460-7977 • steven.white@jas.com Tyler Sullivan, Business Development Director, Government Logistics Services 678-938-3737 • tyler.sullivan@jas.com Col Tracy Hardwick, USAF (Ret.), Business Devel.Mgr., Gov’t Logistics Services 904-583-8494 • tracy.hardwick@jas.com

Lineage Logistics is a warehousing and logistics company built to deliver sophisticated, customized, and dependable cold chain solutions. Lineage Logistics has one of the largest facility networks in the US and an ever-expanding reach. However, it is the people of Lineage Logistics that set it apart—people who are creative, dedicated to getting the job done, and absolutely committed to customer service.

6165 Barfield Road, Atlanta, GA 30328 877-SHIP-JAS • www.jas.com

JAS Forwarding, a full service freight forwarder with offices in more than 170 countries, supports the warfighter’s mission all over the globe by providing the fastest possible transits and technical ITV, and reporting tools to meet all mission critical requirements and timelines. Along with our CRAF partner, Northern Air Cargo, JAS holds USTRANSCOM and SDDC approved tenders under SCAC NACW. For quotes/requests: glsteam@jas.com.

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17911 Von Karman #400, Irvine, CA 92614 949-247-5170 • www.lineagelogistics.com


Regional Patrons—INDUSTRY MEMBERS LMJ International Logistics, LLC

20 Corporation Row, Edison, NJ 08817 • 732-372-6200 • www.lmjlogisitcs.com www.facebook.com/lmj-logistics • @lmjlogistics1 Leila Jubran, CEO/Owner • 732-372-6212 • leilaj@lmjlogistics.com Annie Jubran, Operations Manager • 732-372-6210 • annie@lmjlogistics.com

mLINQS

11350 Random Hills Road, Suite 800, Fairfax Station, VA 22030 703-425-1122 x102 • www.mlinqs.net • @mlinqs www.facebook.com/mLINQS-LLC-276043209077828/ www.linkedin.com/company/mlinqs/

Worldwide Transportation by Air, by Sea, by Land Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) LMJ International logistics is a full-service logistics provider specializing in all modes of the cargo transportation sector. Through LMJ’s online dashboard we incorporate an “all in one” TMS/WMS to help streamline our clients supply chains for best control/visibility. Our services include CONUS/OCONUS Expedited Air/ Ocean/Surface Transport, Warehousing and Distribution, Cargo Insurance, Consolidation/De-Consolidation, LTL/FTL, and Worldwide Customs Clearance. Our proven track record and impressive weekly government report card scores ensure peace of mind when critical shipments must make mandatory delivery date.

Greg McIntyre, President • 703-425-1122 x102 • greg.mcintyre@mlinqs.net Media Consolvo, Senior Consultant • 571-243-7327 • media.consolvo@mlinqs.net

Lynden, Inc.

Move One Logistics

6441 Airpark Place, Anchorage, AK 99502 907-245-1544 • www.lynden.com • www.facebook.com/lyndeninc • @lyndeninc Jim Earl, Pacific NW Sales Manager 253-250-0524 • jearl@lynden.com Heather Carmody, Intermodal Coordinator 206-892-2718 • hcarmody@lynden.com Jim Kemp, Pricing Manager 206-575-9542 • jkemp@lynden.com The Lynden family of companies has been serving the government and Department of Defense for decades by providing reliable transportation services, emergency aid, logistics planning and more via air, land and sea. Our experience includes barge and aircraft charters, as well as innovative multi-modal shipments that utilize our unique combination of truck, marine, and aircraft assets to meet time and cost objectives for complex projects.

MacGregor USA, Inc.

520 White Plains Road, Suite 500, Tarrytown, NY 10591 914-631-0700 • www.macgregor-group.com Jeff Siegal, Consultant, New Sales 914-631-0700 • jeff.siegel@macgregor.com Michael Jamer, Sales Service 201-704-8769 • michael.jamer@macgregor.com MacGregor offers world leading engineering solutions and services for handling marine cargoes and offshore loads. The scope of our integrated packages is growing and now also includes Hatlapa, Porsgrunn, Pusnes and Triplex products. MacGregor is part of Cargotec.

mLINQS provides the only end to end relocation (i.e. PCS or PDT) system available to the federal government. Founded in 2003, mLINQS is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). Thousands of government employees rely on mLINQS software to calculate and track all of their relocation allowances in both the DOD and civilian agencies. mLINQS offers its system as a cloud based FedRAMP solution or on premises software solution.

Ubora Towers 40th Floor, Business Bay, Dubai, 85579 UAE 971551047415 • www.moveoneinc.com www.facebook.com/global.logistics • @moveoneinc Curt Clements, CEO 971551047410 • curt.clements@moveoneinc.com Gregory Forgrave, Product Manager Government Services 971551047415 • gregory.forgrave@moveoneinc.com Carl Corriveau, Product Manager Commercial Logistics 971551047412 • carl.corriveau@moveoneinc.com Operating at the forefront of the global freight industry and in the world’s most challenging environments, Move One provides an unparalleled level of service for its clients and their logistical needs. The company provides reliable and professional transportation via air, land, and sea, overseen by seasoned logisticians across the Middle East, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, the Balkans and East Africa.

NFI Industries

1515 Burnt Mill Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 800-280-2922 • www.nfiindustries.com www.facebook.com/nfiindustries • @nfiindustries Ike Brown, Co-Owner/Vice-Chairman 214-431-6530 • ike.brown@nfiindustries.com Sidney Brown, Co-Owner/CEO 856-857-1324 • sidney.brown@nfiindustries.com Jeff Brown, Co-Owner • 856-857-1324 • jeff.brown@nfiindustries.com NFI is a leading international provider of transportation logistics, warehousing, and distribution services. We pride ourselves on delivering completely customized supply chain solutions that are fast, smart, and responsible. As one of the few privately owned international transportation companies, we treat our clients like family and make sure that every shipment arrives on time, on budget, and under the best supervision and technology.

Madison Hospitality

NovaVision Inc.

Cynthia Carter-Lee, VP • 703-887-1158 • ccarterlee@madisonhospitality.com Benj Farmery, Managing Partner • 703-395-9121 • benj@madisonhospitality.com

Rob Brown, Cargo Security Specialist • 941-302-0848 • rbrown@novavisioninc.com Michael Shaffer, Sales Rep. • 419-354-1427 x4207 • mshaffer@novavisioninc.com Dave Duvall, Sales Manager • 419-354-1427 x4202 • dduvall@novavisioninc.com

19441 Golf Vista Plaza, Lansdowne, VA 20176 703-887-1158 • www.madisonhospitality.com www.facebook.com/madisonhospitalityfurnishedapartments

Madison Hospitality specializes in providing fully furnished apartments and hotel reservation management. Whether need is driven by demand, budget or location we find the perfect accommodations for short or long term—locally, nationwide or globally. A GSA contract holder and approved prime contractor, Madison delivers world-class travel management solutions for military and government. From furnished apartments to an array of hotels, Madison provides complete travel support including property research, rate negotiation, reservations, customer service and reporting. Madison honors government per diem and government orders, and provides quality lodging options for those traveling on reduced or flat rate per diem.

524 E Woodland Circle, Bowling Green, OH 43402 419-354-1427 • www.novavisioninc.com/sddc

NovaVision is a major domestic manufacturer of cargo container barrier seals, mechanical seals, Tamper Evident tape, labels, holographic TE labels and other cargo security products. We are based in the United States in Bowling Green, OH, and have been very involved with NDTA, the military community, as well as retail and manufacturing. We manufacture many unique and innovative security seals for cargo including the 5mm x 76” cable seal and 9mm bolt seal combination called the DualGuard, which meets the specification by SDDC for cargo container barrier seals.

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INDUSTRY MEMBERS—Regional Patrons Overdrive Logistics, Inc.

PITT OHIO

Rickey Tatum, President • 800-866-7282 • rickey@overdrivelogistics.com Gary Copeland, Vice President • 800-866-7282 • gary@overdrivelogistics.com Tiffany Norris, Sales/Acct. Mgr. • 678-997-2226 • tiffany@overdrivelogistics.com

Rich Bonham, Government Business Development Manager rbonham@pittohio.com

PO Box 636, Gainesville, GA 30503 800-866-7282 • www.overdrivelogistics.com www.facebook.com/overdrivelogisticsgainesville

Overdrive Logistics is a twenty year strong transportation provider, offering solutions for: • Expedited Truck Load • Frozen and Refrigerated Transport • Dry Van Transport • Pad Wrap Transport • Flat Bed Transport • LTL Solutions for Freeze, Chill and Dry

Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association PO Box 1000, Grain Valley, MO 64029 816-229-5791 • www.ooida.com www.facebook.com/ooida • @ooida

Doug Morris, Director of Security Operations 202-347-2007 • doug_morris@ooida.com The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) is the international trade association representing independent owner-operators and professional drivers. The more than 155,000 members of OOIDA are truckers in all 50 states and Canada who own and/or operate more than 200,000 individual heavy-duty trucks. OOIDA publishes Land Line magazine, which informs the trucking industry about issues affecting the industry and has a circulation of over 187,000.

15 27th Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 412-232-3015 • www.pittohio.com www.facebook.com/pittohio • @pittohio

PITT OHIO is a service organization dedicated to providing high-value transportation and supply chain solutions to our customers. PITT OHIO is Customer Driven, People Driven, and Quality Driven. We remain committed to innovating in every area with SUPPLY CHAIN, GROUND, LTL, and TRUCKLOAD services. We strive to provide solutions that help optimize your supply chain. At PITT OHIO, We’re Always There for You!

Port Canaveral

445 Challenger Road, Suite 301, Cape Canaveral, FL 32920 • 321-783-7831 www.portcanaveral.com • www.facebook.com/portcanaveral • @portcanaveral Captain John W. Murray, Port Director and CEO • jmurray@portcanaveral.com Diane Luensmann, Senior Director of Government and Strategic Communications dluensmann@portcanaveral.com Samantha Cornelius, Director, Cargo Business Development scornelius@portcanaveral.com PORT CANAVERAL is an economical and efficient ocean gateway for cargo into Florida and beyond. The Port’s deep-water container and multi-purpose cargo berths combined with experience, equipment and facilities can handle a variety of cargoes including containers, break-bulk, roll on/roll off (Ro/Ro), project and bulk commodities. The Port’s facilities include: 10 deep water berths; a dedicated Ro/Ro ramp; over 370,000 square feet of enclosed, dry and secure dockside warehouse, not including 280,000 square feet of refrigerated warehouse space.

Patriot Contract Services, LLC

Port of Port Arthur

Frank Angelacci, President and COO Judy Collins, Principal & Chief Financial Officer Tim Gill, Principal & General Counsel

Larry Kelley, Executive Port Director/CEO • larryk@portofportarthur.com Anthony Theriot, Director Trade Development • anthonyt@portofportarthur.com Ronnie Hicks, Director of Operations • rhicks@portofportarthur.com Vincent Bartholomew, Terminal Superintendent vbartholomew@portofportarthur.com

1320 Willow Pass Road, Suite 485, Concord, CA 94520 925-296-2000 • www.patriot-ships.com

PCS is a leading contractor to the government, providing management and operation of maritime assets. We currently manage seven Ready Reserve Force (RRF) vessels for MARAD and eight vessels for MSC. In addition, we manage two tankers and one ITB for Schuyler Line Navigation Company. PCS also provides crewmembers for the Kwajalein Range Services vessels and other ship operators, and engineers to clients for consulting purposes.

PO Box 1428, Port Arthur, TX 77641 • 409-983-2011 • www.portpa.com www.facebook.com/portofportarthur

Port of Port Arthur is a multi-faceted breakbulk deep water port 19 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico, which, as a military strategic port, supports the efforts of 842nd Transportation Battalion. The port has 50 acres of open dock space, 75-ton level lifting gantry crane, and 500,000 square feet of warehouse space served by the KCS and UP Railroads.

Philadelphia Regional Port Authority

Seatac Marine Services

Jeff Theobold, Executive Director/CEO Gregory Iannarelli, Senior Director of Business Development & Chief Counsel giannarelli@philaport.com

Walter Seay, President 206-767-6000 • seay@seaycorp.com Susie Ripley, Vice President 206-767-6000 • susie@seatacmarine.com

3460 N. Delaware Avenue, 2nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19134 215-426-2600 • www.philaport.com www.facebook.com/portphiladelphia • @philaport

The PhilaPort is an independent state agency responsible for management and development of public port facilities in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Located on the Delaware River, we have seven port facilities that handle various break bulk, bulk, and containerized cargo. Our facilities have immediate highway access and are serviced by three Class 1 railroads. The Packer Avenue Terminal is designated a strategic military port.

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6701 Fox Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98108 206-767-6000 • www.seatacmarine.com

SeaTac Marine Services is a full service logistical support and freight company with a 12-1/2 acre marine terminal on the Duwamish Waterway located in Seattle, WA. We have 1,600 feet of waterfront dock space and barge loading ramps within 400 feet of a 400’x100’x70’ high-ceiling specialty construction support building. Equipped with steel deck barges with a range of carrying capacities reaching 9,854 tons, along with tugboats, crane service, and 35-ton forklifts. Providing turn-key solutions for transportation needs anywhere in the US or abroad.


Universities—INDUSTRY MEMBERS TechGuard Security

Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

703 Seibert Road, Suite 2, Scott AFB, IL 62225 636-489-2230 • www.techguard.com www.facebook.com/tgscyber/ • @tgscyber

1308 W. Main Street, Urbana, IL 61801 ciri@illinois.edu • www.ciri.illinois.edu www.facebook.com/ciriatillinois • @ciri_illinois

Carla Stone, President/CEO 636-489-2230 • carla.stone@techguard.com Melanie Nagel, Customer Relations 636-489-2230 • melanie.nagel@techguard.com Jennifer Coliny, Vice President of Operations 636-489-2232 • jennifer.coliny@techguard.com

Randall Sandone, Managing Director 217-300-2206 • rsandone@illinois.edu

TechGuard Security®, LLC was founded with a singular purpose and mission— to SECURE the US critical infrastructure and provide for national cyber defense. We are a trusted partner of the federal government and the commercial sector, providing strategic security solutions to them for almost two decades. Our cyber security professionals protect what matters most—your data and your privacy.

Trans Global Logistics Europe GmbH

Hochheimer Strasse 111, Mainz-Kostheim, Hessen 55246 Germany 011 49-6134-6016117 • www.transglobal-logistics.eu www.facebook.com/trans-global-logistics-europe-gmbh-215824951881516/ Joachim (Joe) Wetz, GM • +49-6134-6016117 • jwetz@transglobal-logistics.de Tanja Garcia, Operations Manager Import +49-6134-6016118 • tgarcia@transglobal-logistics.de Nevenka Marijanovic, Operations Manager Export +49-6134-7016119 • nmarijanovic@transglobal-logistics.de TGLE, an international freight forwarder and logistics service provider specialized in world-wide automobile, rolling cargo, project, and military cargo shipments. With a well experienced team, TGLE provides full and reliable services and logistics solutions to private customers, commercial industry, and all military services. TGLE has an office and agency network world-wide, close to the most military installations.

From aging systems to natural disasters, and from equipment failures to deliberate attacks by hostile entities, critical infrastructure systems are facing a myriad of challenges. Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute, a DHS Center of Excellence, has assembled an interdisciplinary team that draws expertise from engineering, business, law, political science, economics, and more to develop solutions in the cyber, physical, and human dimensions.

McKendree University School of Business

701 College Road, Lebanon, IL 62254 www.mckendree.edu/business Jean M. Sampson, Chair, School of Business 618-537-6884 • jmsampson@mckendree.edu Darren Cross, Marketing Professor 618-537-6403 • ddcross@mckendree.edu Patty Aubel, Graduate Admission Counselor 618-537-6943 • plaubell@mckendree.edu McKendree University offers undergraduate and graduate courses both online and face-to-face. McKendree is recognized as one of the top 100 online Business Programs and a Business School of Distinction. Most of our business faculty have real world experience and terminal degrees in their field which allows them to prepare our students for immediate impact in the work place.

NDTA Membership Drive The 2018 NDTA Membership Drive is happening now. Are you or do you know a government employee (civilian or military) that would benefit from all NDTA has to offer?

Have them visit www.ndtahq.com today to sign up for a COMPLIMENTARY ONE-YEAR MEMBERSHIP! (New members only)

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DIRECTORY •

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NDTA HEADQUARTERS STAFF 50 South Pickett Street, Suite 220, Alexandria, VA 22304 W 703-751-5011 • F 703-823-8761 • www.ndtahq.com VADM William A. Brown, USN (Ret.), President & CEO • wbrown@ndtahq.com Board of Directors/Committee Management/Transportation Advisory Board/ Executive Level Events/Investments/Foundation COL Jim Veditz, USA (Ret.), Senior Vice President, Operations • jim@ndtahq.com Chapter Support/Individual Membership Services/Professional Programs/Awards Program/ Scholarship & Intern Programs/IT and Facilities Management Patty Casidy, Vice President, Finance • patty@ndtahq.com Treasurer/Budgeting/Finances/Audits & Metrics/Events Registration Manager/Volunteer Coordinator Lee Matthews, Vice President, Marketing & Corporate Development • lee@ndtahq.com Corporate Membership Program/Events Logistics & Exposition Manager/ Booth and Sponsorship Sales & Marketing Leah Ashe, Manager, Database • leah@ndtahq.com Membership Database Manager/Chapter Reports/Subscription Manager DTJ & NDTAGram/ Individual & Corporate Membership Support/Chapter Liaison Kimberly Huth, Director of Public Relations • khuth@ndtahq.com Strategic Communication/Media Relations/Social Media/Internal Communication Rebecca Jones, Executive Assistant to the President & CEO • rebecca@ndtahq.com President’s Calendar/Official Correspondence/Travel Coordinator/Executive Events/ Hotel Room Block/Board of Directors & Committee Support

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President & CEO VADM William A. Brown, USN (Ret.) President & CEO, NDTA 50 S. Pickett Street, Suite 220, Alexandria, VA 22304 W 703-751-5011 • F 703-823-8761 wbrown@ndtahq.com

Vice Chairman William Woodhour President and CEO, Maersk Line, Limited 1881 Campus Commons Dr., Suite 450 Reston, VA 20191 T 703-351-9200 • wwoodhour@mllnet.com Chairman, Council of Regional Presidents – Open Vice President, Air & Chair, Military Aviation Advisory Committee (MAAC) Randy J. Martinez Board Member, MTS Systems Corp. 943 Chattooga Trace, Suwanee, GA 30024 C 630-401-7745 • rjmart55@aol.com Vice President, Finance & Chair, Finance and Audit Committee Alan Estevez National Security and Logistics Executive, Deloitte 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington, VA 22209 alanestevez@deloitte.com Vice President, Foundation & Chair, NDTA Foundation Committee Lawrence I. Larkin Leader, Application Services Strategy Unisys Corporation 11720 Plaza America Drive, Reston, VA 20190 T 703-439-5477 • lawrence.larkin@unisys.com


Board of Directors and National Officer—NDTA DIRECTORY Vice President, Industry & Chair, Industry Committee William Woodhour President and CEO, Maersk Line, Limited 1881 Campus Commons Drive, Suite 450 Reston, VA 20191 T 703-351-9200 • wwoodhour@mllnet.com

VICE PRESIDENTS Education Francis “Mickey” Frank 205 Meeting House Station Square, Apt. 405 Herndon, VA 20170 C 571-245-2705 • fwfrank10@yahoo.com

Vice President, Maritime & Chair, Military Sealift Committee James L. Henry President, Transportation Institute 5201 Auth Way, Camp Springs, MD 20746 W 301-423-3335 • F 301-423-0634 • jhenry@trans-inst.org

Labor MG Patrick Kelly, USA (Ret.) Director, Military Operations International Longshoremen’s Association 602 Isham Circle, Brielle, NJ 08730 W 732-292-4690 • C 732-208-5747 F 732-292-4691 • pat.kelly777@verizon.net

Vice President, Passenger Travel Services & Chair, Passenger Travel Services Committee Tina Grace Senior Director, Marketing, SAP Concur 1919 Gallows Road, Suite 800 Vienna, VA 22182 T 240-285-2226 • tina.grace@concur.com Vice Chair, Passenger Travel Services Committee Bryan Scott Director, Federal Government Sales Enterprise Holdings 600 Corporate Park Drive, St. Louis, MO 63105 T 314-512-5390 • bryan.j.scott@ehi.com Vice President, Rail and Truck & Chair, Surface Transportation Committee John Collins EVP, Government Services Landstar Transportation Logistics, Inc. 13410 Sutton Park Dr. South, Jacksonville, FL 32224 W 904-390-1450 • jcollins@landstar.com Chair, Chapter Support and Membership Development Committee Lt Col Donna Johnson, USAF (Ret.) 1009 Oriole Drive, O’Fallon, IL 62269 C 571-239-0037 • johnsonldonna@yahoo.com Chair Education and Professional Development Committee Kirstin Knott Managing Director, FedEx Government Services 900 7th Street, NW, Suite 550 Washington, DC 20001 T 202-292-2241 • kjknott@fedex.com Chair, Military Distribution Committee RDML Mark Young, SC, USN (Ret.) SVP, Strategy & Chief of Staff Agility Defense & Government Services 1725 Duke Street, Suite 410 Alexandria, VA 22314 W 703-417-6013 • myoung@agility.com Chair, Cybersecurity Best Practices Committee Ted Rybeck Chair, Benchmarking Partners, Inc. 810 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02139 W 617-225-7800 • trybeck@benchmarking.com Chair, Communications and Publications Committee COL Dennis Edwards, USA (Ret.) 6401 Burke Woods Drive, Burke, VA 22015 H 703-250-0609 • karden.v@verizon.net General Counsel Francis O. McDermott Retired Partner, Foley & Lardner Washington Harbour, 3000 K St. NW, Suite 500 Washington, DC 20007-5143 W 202-945-6092 • F 202-672-5399 fmcdermott@foley.com

Rail Theresa Lorinser Director Marketing, Industrial Products BNSF Railway 2650 Lou Menk Drive, Ft. Worth, TX 76131-2830 W 817-867-0644 • theresa.lorinser@bnsf.com Special Projects and Development Lori Leffler Chief, Hospitality Management Branch Defense Travel Management Office 4800 Mark Center Drive, Suite 04J25-01 Alexandria, VA 22350-9000 T 571-372-1219 • C 703-608-4645 lori.l.leffler2.civ@mail.mil Warehousing, Moving and Storage John Johnson Director, Government Transportation Mayflower Transit One Mayflower Drive, Fenton, MO 63026 T 636-305-6233 • john_johnson@unigroup.com VICE PRESIDENTS AT LARGE Willem H. van der Stek Owner/Director Taste Consultancy Netherlands 16, ‘t Diepe, NL 5404 KB Uden Netherlands SENIOR GOVERNMENT LIAISONS Department of Transportation The Honorable Elaine L. Chao Secretary, US Department of Transportation 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE, Washington, DC 20590 W 202-366-4000 The Honorable Mark Buzby Administrator, US Maritime Administration US Department of Transportation 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE, Washington, DC 20590 T 202-366-4000 Office of the Secretary of Defense The Honorable Robert McMahon Assistant Secretary of Defense for Logistics and Materiel Readiness 3500 Defense Pentagon, 1E518 Washington, DC 20301 T 703-697-1369 (Alternate) Adam Yearwood Performing the Duties of Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Transportation Policy 4800 Mark Center Drive, Suite 14G07-01 Alexandria, VA 22350-3607 W 572-372-5215 • adam.t.yearwood.civ@mail.mil

Defense Travel Management Office William Mansell Jr. Director, Defense Travel Management Office 4800 Mark Center Drive, Suite 04J25-01 Alexandria, VA 22350 W 571-372-1300/1170 • william.r.mansell.civ@mail.mil phil.benjamin@dtmo.pentagon.mil Transportation Security Administration (TSA) The Honorable David P. Pekoske Administrator Transportation Security Administration 601 South 12th Street, Arlington, VA 20598 (Alternate) Eddie Mayenschein Asst. Admin., Office of Security Policy & Industry Engmt., Transportation Security Administration 601 South 12th Street, Arlington, VA 20598 W 571-227-4640 • F 571-227-2932 eddie.mayenschein@dhs.gov Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff LTG Stephen Lyons, USA Director for Logistics, J-4, Joint Staff 4000 Joint Staff Pentagon, 2D867 Washington, DC 20318-4000 W 703-697-7000 • F 703-614-2584 Defense Logistics Agency LTG Darrell K. Williams, USA Director, Defense Logistics Agency 8725 John J. Kingman Road, Suite 2533 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6221 W 703-767-5200 US Transportation Command Gen Darren W. McDew, USAF Commander, US Transportation Command 508 Scott Drive, Scott AFB, IL 62225-5357 W 618-229-3205 • F 618-229-2560 LtGen John Broadmeadow, USMC Deputy Commander, US Transportation Command 508 Scott Drive, Scott AFB, IL 62225-5357 W 618-229-2478 Department of the Army MG Stephen Farmen, USA Commanding General, Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command 1 Soldier Way, Scott AFB, IL 62225 W 618-220-5000 Department of the Navy RADM Dee Mewbourne, USN Commander, Military Sealift Command 471 East C St., Bldg. SP64, Norfolk, VA 23511-2419 W 757-443-2704 • F 757-443-2766 paula.spriggs@navy.mil Marine Corps LtGen Michael G. Dana, USMC Deputy Commandant for Installations & Logistics 3000 Headquarters Marine Corps Pentagon 4E516, Washington, DC 20350 W 703-695-8570 Department of the Air Force Gen Carlton D. Everhart II, USAF Commander, Air Mobility Command AMC/CC, 402 Scott Dr., Unit 3EC Scott AFB, IL 62225-5310 W 618-229-3200 • F 618-229-2556

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NDTA DIRECTORY—Regional, State, and Chapter Officers PENNSYLVANIA State President LTC John Fasching, USA (Ret.) LMI 3263 North Colebrook Road, Manheim, PA 17545 C 703-899-8198 jfasching@lmi.org Central Pennsylvania Chapter President Richard Young, Ph.D., FCILT Penn State University E-356 Olmsted Building, Middletown, PA 17057 W 717-948-6169 • C 717-538-1675 VIRGINIA Norfolk-Tidewater Chapter President Jason Dennis Radiant Global Services, Director – Government Services 6055 Knotts Creek Lane, Suffolk, VA 23435 jdennis.exo@radiantdelivers.com Regimental (Ft. Lee/Eustis) Chapter President – Open •

HAWAII

Pacific

SOUTH KOREA

•JAPAN •

OKINAWA

GUAM

MARYLAND State President – Open Baltimore Chapter President Col Jon Meyer, USAF (Ret.) 809 South Bouldin Street, Baltimore, MD 21224 C 443-977-7418 • jonsmeyer@comcast.net

Atlantic Region Regional President – Open Regional Young Leaders Representative – Open DELAWARE State President James M. Ewing Aerial Port Operations Manager 550 Atlantic Street, Dover AFB, DE 19902 H 302-335-0588 • C 302-363-0739 james.ewing.1@us.af.mil DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington, DC Chapter President Jared Andrews LMI 7940 Jones Branch Drive, Tysons, VA 22102 571-372-5234 • jandrews@lmi.org

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Central Region Regional President Norman Galer Booz Allen Hamilton 618-304-0911 • galer_norman@bah.com Regional Young Leaders Representative – Open

NEW JERSEY & NEW YORK

COLORADO

All American (New Jersey) Chapter President – Open

State President – Open

Kings Point-Mariner Chapter President FACULTY POC CAPT Emil A. Muccin, USMS Professor, USMMA 300 Steamboat Road, Bowditch Hall, Room B203 Kings Point, NY 11024 W 516-726-5879 • muccine@usmma.edu

ILLINOIS

OHIO State President – Open Dayton (Buckeye) Chapter President Paul Tober Chapter mailing address: PO Box 62, Fairborn, OH 45324-0062 W 937-656-2249 • paul.tober@wpafb.af.mil

State President Norman Galer Booz Allen Hamilton C 618-304-0911 • galer_norman@bah.com Scott-St. Louis Chapter President Col Rob Henderson, USAF 186N POW MIA Dr., Scott Air Force Base, IL 62225 C 336-455-1385 • rlhender@gmail.com www.ndtascottstlouis.org KANSAS State President – Open


Regional, State, and Chapter Officers—NDTA DIRECTORY MISSOURI

JAPAN

State President – Open

Okinawa Chapter President James C. Leavitt PSC 557 Box 993, FPO AP 96379 C (from USA) 011-81-9075875958 C (local) 09075875958 • james.leavitt@me.com ndtaokinawa@outlook.com • ndtaokinawa.webs.com

Scott-St. Louis Chapter (see listing under Illinois)

Mid-South Region Regional President – Open ALABAMA State President – Open European Region Regional President Jason R. Trubenbach CMR 467 Box 599 APO AE 09096 C +49-176-2475-9286 • jason.trubenbach@gmail.com Vice Presidents at Large William (Bill) H. van der Stek Owner/Director Taste Consultancy 16, ‘t Diepe, NL 5404 KB Uden, The Netherlands W 31 413-267808 • C 31 651 209009 wim@vanderstek.nl Kurt Lengert USAFE Command Dangerous Goods Advisor Unit 3050 Box 10, APO AE 09094 W 49 6371-405-1301 • kurt.lengert.de@us.af.mil BELGIUM & THE NETHERLANDS Benelux International Chapter President LTC Eddy Geudens (Ret.) RBA Nachtegaalstraat, 21, B-2060 Antwerpen, Belgium C 0032 476 555 413 • eddy.geudens1@telenet.be ndtabenelux@hotmail.com • www.ndta-benelux.org GERMANY

Redstone-Huntsville (Provisional) Chapter President COL Jeffrey H. Blackwood, USA (Ret.) 202 Duchess Dr., Madison, AL 35758-6125 H 256-970-4649 • jcblkwd@bellsouth.net Montgomery Chapter President – Open LOUISIANA State President – Open

Regional Young Leaders Representative Mandie Burgess Account Executive, TOTE Maritime Alaska 2511 Tidewater Road, Anchorage, AK 99501 W 907-265-7227 • C 907-748-1592 mburgess@totemartime.com

New Orleans Chapter President James J. Murphy US Maritime Administration 501 Magazine Street, Room 1223 New Orleans, LA 70130-3394 W 504-589-6658 • C 504-628-7941 james.murphy@dot.gov

ALASKA

MISSISSIPPI Gulf Coast Chapter President CMSgt Christopher Billeaud, USAF (Ret.) 2534 Parkway Road, Biloxi, MS 39531 H 228-388-6956 • billeaud69@gmail.com

Rheinland-Pfalz Chapter President CMSgt Andre Cameron PSC 2 Box 8429, APO AE 09012 W 49-6371-47-6327 • C 49-160-991-86885 andre.cameron.1@us.af.mil

HAWAII

State President SMSgt Lonny R. Bower, USAF (Ret.) Government Services Account Executive Carlile Transportation 1800 E 1st Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501 W 907-343-3259 • C 907-227-6535 • lbower@carlile.biz North Pole Chapter President Robert (Bob) Sherrill 9846 Saaya Circle, Eagle River, AK 99577 C 253-625-8691 • W 907-384-2512 bobsherrill53@gmail.com • robert.sherrill@dla.mil WASHINGTON

Pacific

SOUTH KOREA

•JAPAN

TURKEY Hodja (Incirlik) Chapter President Servet Tumkaya Managing Owner, S & D Global Transp. and Logistics Svcs. GmbH Bahnhof Str 17, Nordendorf, 86695 Germany C +49(0)1724690977 • F +49(0)8273998649 info@sanddlogistics.com

Pacific Northwestern Region Regional President Robert (Bob) Sherrill 9846 Saaya Circle, Eagle River, AK 99577 C 253-625-8691 • W 907-384-2512 bobsherrill53@gmail.com • robert.sherrill@dla.mil

OKINAWA

GUAM

Pacific Region Regional President Will Martin Director, Military Sales – Government Trade American President Lines LLC, USA C 510-774-5439 • will_martin@apl.com

State President Susan Pearson SDDC, 833d Transportation Battalion PO Box 339500, MS 64 9501 Rainier Drive, JBLM, WA 98433-9500 W 253-967-2343 • C 206-423-3247 susan.m.pearson2.civ@mail.mil Puget Sound Chapter President – Open www.ndta-pugetsound.com

HAWAII State President – Open Aloha Chapter – Open

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NDTA DIRECTORY—NDTA Regional Organization

Pacific Southwestern Region Regional President Charlie Hermosa GM Guam-Micronesia, American President Lines, LLC 1026 Cabras Highway, Suite 115, Piti, Guam 6915 C 671-988-5809 • charlie.hermosa@apl.com

Southeastern Region Regional President Daren Baker Deputy Liaison to CENTCOM & SOCOM USTRANSCOM J3 2816 Graphite Ct., Valrico, FL 33594 H 813-383-8090 • dbaker168@tampabay.rr.com

ARIZONA

Regional Young Leaders Representative Heather Pound Government Transportation Services, Landstar Transportation Logistics 13410 Sutton Park Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32224 W 904-390-4850 • hpound@landstar.com

State President – Open Arizona Frontier Chapter President Gregory N. Coker Chapter mailing address: PO Box 15122, Tucson, AZ 85708 W 520-228-5488 • gregory.coker.1@us.af.mil Valley of the Sun Chapter President – Open CALIFORNIA

FLORIDA State President Victor (Wally) W. González W 904-727-2256 • C 904-402-3079 victor.gonzalez@crowley.com

State President – Open

Jacksonville Chapter President – Open

San Diego Chapter President – Open Chapter mailing address: c/o Tim McCully, Deputy MSCPAC (Bldg. 570) 140 Sylvester Road, San Diego, CA 92106

Tampa Bay Chapter President Lt Col Lee R. Nelson, USAF (Ret.) PO Box 6060, MacDill AFB, FL 33608-0060 C 334-318-2685 • ndtatampabay@gmail.com

San Francisco Bay Area Chapter President Will Martin Director, Military Sales – Government Trade American President Lines LLC, USA C 510-774-5439 • will_martin@apl.com www.ndtasf.org

GEORGIA State President CPT Larry Thomas, USA (Ret.) 4217 Marietta Street, Powder Springs, GA 30127 W 678-819-4057 • C 770-891-0044 larry.thomas.gdit@gmail.com

San Joaquin Valley Chapter President Keith Huppert Chapter mailing address: PO Box 1701, Lathrop, CA 95330 sjvndta@hotmail.com

Atlanta Chapter President COL Brian Waters, USA (Ret.) 225 Monarch Drive, Peachtree City, GA 30269 watersb59@yahoo.com information@ndtaatlanta.org • www.ndtaatlanta.org

UTAH

NORTH CAROLINA

Utah Chapter President Craig Thurgood 3391 West 4800, South, Roy, UT 84067 H 801-825-6973 • C 801-388-1414 cthurgood@msn.com

State President – Open SOUTH CAROLINA State President LTC Fred Stribling, USAR (Ret.) 297 Oak Point Landing Dr., Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464 C 843-860-0293 • fredstribling@comcast.net Charleston Chapter President – Open

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Southwestern Region Regional President – Open Regional Young Leaders Representative TSgt Joan D. Dixon-Scott, USAF Quality Assurance Evaluator JBSA-NCOIC Personal Property 18866 Stone Oak Pkwy., Suite 103-74 San Antonio, TX 78258 W 210-671-9195 • C 210-454-6290 jo_2bfree@yahoo.com TEXAS State President Col Roger L. Neumann, USAF (Ret.) Vice President of Contingency Plans Army & Air Force Exchange Service 3911 S. Walton Walker Blvd., Dallas, TX 75236-1598 W 214-312-2026 • DSN 967-2026 C 682-216-9577 • neumannrl@aafes.com Dallas Ft. Worth Chapter President Rhonda Moon Nat’l Sales Dir., Estes Forwarding Worldwide (EFW) W 855-433-9669 x3879 • C 682-238-8487 rhonda.moon@efwnow.com www.northtexasndta.com Houston Chapter Interim President Ernest Bezdek Director of Trade Development, Port of Beaumont 1225 Main Street, Beaumont, Texas 77701 W 409-835-5367 • C 409-656-7328 F 409-835-0512 • elb@portofbeaumont.com San Antonio Chapter President TSgt Joan D. Dixon-Scott, USAF Quality Assurance Evaluator JBSA-NCOIC Personal Property 18866 Stone Oak Pkwy., Suite 103-74 San Antonio, TX 78258 W 210-671-9195 • C 210-454-6290 jo_2bfree@yahoo.com • www.ndtasanantonio.org


IT’S NOT A JOB, IT’S A MISSION. The battle I wage is against time. And in defense of efficiency. Whether I am operating in support of a strategic deployment or moving materials to a forward militarized zone, I will persevere. I will improvise, adapt, and overcome. I will deliver. Every time. It’s not just my duty. It’s my privilege. It’s my honor. I am

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OUR VISION

To be the world’s leading professional association for individuals working in the global logistic/ transportation system and related industries so we may maximize our contribution to the national security and economic growth of the United States.

OUR MISSION

To foster a strong and efficient global logistics and transportation system to support the economy and national security of the United States by: • Advancing the knowledge and science of logistics and transportation within government and industry. • Facilitating the sharing of knowledge between government and logistics/transportation related industries. • Educating members on the important issues affecting the global logistics/transportation system.

OUR VALUES

Values form the foundation for all that we do in our organization and for our Nation. Our values are our spirit. They are what we believe, what we stand for, and our moral and ethical fiber. The men and women who make up our membership around the

globe are dedicated to improving our association today and into the future. Our commitment and competency are reflected in our core values: • Integrity: We conduct our business in an open, honest, ethical manner. Exhibit the courage to speak out and express our opinions. Do what is morally and ethically right. Comply with the intent and the “letter” of policies and laws. • Teamwork: We maximize our collective talents through teams and partnerships based on mutual trust, fairness, respect, cooperation and communication. We promote and recognize creativity and innovation. • Service: We pursue excellence in all of our endeavors. We anticipate and respond to member and partner needs by providing quality products and services. We take pride in our work and commitment to quality. • Action: We will listen well, consider the ideas of others, seek counsel and then act decisively. Relentlessly press for action to resolve an issue or to reach a solution. • Diversity: We value our members, employees, and supporters, their capabilities and differences, plus the unique contributions that each brings to our organization.

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NDTA MEMBERSHIP

Maybe you know someone who would like to join. The National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA) is a non-political and non-profit educational Association composed of government, military, and industry professionals dedicated to fostering a strong and efficient global transportation and logistics system in support of national security. Membership in NDTA affords opportunities to serve and educate the community in your area of expertise as well as other special benefits.

APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP

CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP

Corporate membership in NDTA provides increased exposure and networking opportunities for those companies wanting to do business with the US government or military. Membership should be a key part of any business plan where the defense and government logistics, transportation, travel and distribution system is the target market. Corporate membership will offer your team the opportunity to be a part of the discussion and share ideas with top military, government, their execution teams, and industry leaders—the individuals who are setting and influencing the transportation, travel and distribution agenda for today and the future.

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State Zip Mailing Address

Work Phone

Email

Birth Date

Chapter Affiliation

City Work Phone

State Zip Email

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Life $450.00 Regular – 3 Years $150.00

Chairman’s Circle Plus (global or national company with multiple operating entities)

Military/Government – 3 Years $135.00

Chairman’s Circle (global or national operating company)

Regular – 1 Year $55.00

Sustaining Member (national or regional operating company)

Military/Government – 1 Year $50.00

Regional Patron (small business or local operating company)

Young Leaders (under 35 years of age) $40.00 Retired (not gainfully employed) $40.00

University Program

Student $20.00

Custom program development creates a unique relationship for participation with the NDTA including participation in: • National NDTA & USTRANSCOM events • University on-site instruction and publishing opportunities • Student membership and scholarship awards • Local chapter engagement

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Open Online Education – Virtual Classrooms Open to Everyone Irvin Varkonyi, President, SCOPE Consulting ivarkonyi@scopedu.com

Massive Online Open Course (MOOC)? Have you heard the term? The explosion of online learning has been dramatic with a variety of professional development options to learners of all ages and in all types of professions, as well as those exploring items of personal curiosity. What are MOOC’s? What is massive? • 100? • 1,000? • 10,000? • 100,000?

Open registration?

Local cohorts?

Self-paced? Start/end dates? College credits?

FOCUS ON SCALABILITY

Badges?

MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE Open content? FOCUS ON COMMUNITY AND CONNECTIONS

Free of charge?

Affordable?

A

ccording to Wikipedia, a MOOC is an online course aimed at unlimited participation and open access via the web. In addition to traditional course materials such as filmed lectures, readings, and problem sets, many MOOCs provide interactive user forums to support community interactions among students, professors, and teaching assistants (TAs). MOOCs are a recent and widely researched development in distance education, which were first introduced in 2006 and emerged as a popular mode of learning in 2012.1 Another adaptation, blended courses, supplement MOOC material with faceto-face instruction. Does that mean someone is giving away education that used to be paid for? Yes… sort of. In the freemium (free + premium = freemium) business model the basic product—in this case, the course content—is 126

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Role of the instructor? Learning community?

Scripted assessments and feedback?

given away free. And there is a lot of knowledge out there that you can learn entirely for free. However, not all MOOCs are free and/ or there may be add-ons that you can opt to pay for. For instance, there may be fees associated with items considered to be premium services such as certification. Introductory courses and some remedial courses can earn the most fees. These free introductory or “gateway” courses may also help attract new students to follow-on fee-charging classes. But paying some fees may not be such a bad thing. MOOCs have found that a majority of students who pay no fee do not finish their course. Those who paid $30 to $90 were substantially more likely to finish the course. The fee was ostensibly for the company’s identity-verification program, which confirms that they took and passed a course.2 Students may also be able to pay to take a proctored exam to earn transfer

credit at a degree-granting university or for certificates of completion. It may be surprising to learn that you can even earn credit from several Ivy League institutions through this method. Course developers may also make money from their content by charging licensing fees for educational institutions that want to use the material. Even if you had never heard of the term MOOC before, you may have heard of a few of the organizations offering these courses. Some of the better-known MOOC providers are: • Khan Academy – A non-profit educational organization created in 2007 by educator Salman Khan, the organization’s mission is to provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. Khan Academy produces short lectures in the form of YouTube videos, and its website includes supplementary practice exercises and materials for educators. All resources are available to users of the website. • Coursera – Founded in 2012 by Stanford University computer science professors Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller, the pair were inspired by their experiences offering their Stanford courses online and left the university to launch Coursera. Princeton, Stanford, the University of Michigan and the University of Pennsylvania were the first universities to offer content on the platform. Offerings have since expanded to include specializations—collections of courses that build skills in a specific subject—as well as degrees and a workforce development product for businesses and government organizations. • Udemy.com – An online learning platform, Udemy is aimed at professional adults. Unlike academic MOOC programs which are often based on traditional collegiate coursework, Udemy enables users to create an online course, promote it and


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sell it for profit (by charging tuition). Course creators keep 70–85 percent of the proceeds and intellectual property rights. While no Udemy courses are currently credentialed for college credit, some may generate credit towards technical certifications. Udemy students are primarily taking courses as a means of improving job-related skills and the company has made a special effort to attract corporate trainers seeking to create coursework for employees of their company.

work for you. First and foremost, you should be digitally literate to best be able to work in the online environment. As the name suggests, it is often indeed massive enrollment so you should be able to learn well on your own, without much

The value of these online courses is the ability to learn a new skill or gain knowledge on a particular subject, often for free. What about their helpfulness in hiring? While it is unlikely that putting these courses on your resume will be meaningful to a potential employer like more formal methods of education would, as the trend grows that could certainly evolve. The tech world is one arena where your actual skills and knowledge are valued, regardless of how they were learned. There are a few things to consider when determining if the MOOC structure will

assistant or interaction with an instructor. That’s assuming the course even has an instructor—some courses are meant to be self-learning. In addition, with such a large enrollment, the courses are often a one size fits all and may not work for your individual learning needs. You have to set your own goals and to find the time to take courses. Some courses are taken in real-time and some not in real-time so make sure to select whichever works better for your schedule. Once you take a course, you often have to assess for yourself if you met your learn-

ing goals. Which can mean determining whether or not you interpreted the material correctly. Still, you can determine the benefit based on how well you know yourself and the value of learning a subject whether

Students may also be able to pay to take a proctored exam to earn transfer credit at a degree-granting university or for certificates of completion. It may be surprising to learn that you can even earn credit from several Ivy League institutions through this method. or not you decide to earn credit for it. Knowledge is power and does not have to be recognized formally for many of us. Plus, with most classes being free there’s no harm in trying out a course! DTJ

1 Massive open online course. (2018, April 4). Retrieved from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Massive_open_online_course 2 Fowler, G. A. (2013, October 8). An Early Report Card on Massive Open Online Courses. Retrieved from The Wall Street Journal: https://www.wsj. com/articles/an-early-report-card-on-massiveopen-online-courses-1381266504

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Registration is now open for the 6th annual NDTA-USTRANSCOM Fall Meeting, scheduled October 22-25, 2018 at the beautiful Gaylord National Harbor in Washington, DC. This year’s theme is Delivering Readiness and Resiliency in an Unpredictable World. During the Meeting, we’ll look closely at the challenges that face the defense logistics enterprise in the current security environment. The Fall Meeting provides the forum to foster our critical public and private partnership in defense transportation through frank discussion about new policies, technologies and best practices. Additional information and registration is open at

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Cont’d from 75th Anniversary pg. 12

Don’t be an eager beaver! It’s all one war. We have licked the Nazis, but the world is not free—yet. Our men are fighting and dying in the Far East. Don’t be an eager beaver. Hang on to that gun. Put that helmet where it belongs. The tweed suit will wait. Victory is only half won. We still have a big job to do. Let’s keep at it!

– Unnamed GI

reading to determine what the pros and cons of each position were and how they would be resolved. The journal also had a very robust Letters to the Editor section where GI’s of all ranks voiced their opinions. And there was a place for humor also, as many contributors submitted cartoons, sketches and also just simple line drawings with a punch line. Occasionally there were official military pieces and even some “motivational” messages. (See the paragraph to the left urging troops to remember that even though the Nazis had been defeated, there was much more fighting ahead in the Far East.) There are many more stories to be told about the growth and maturing of NDTA’s media efforts, blogs, print pieces, newsletters, NDTAGrams, and print programs. But now that you know the humble beginnings of our publishing efforts back in 1944, you can appreciate even more the professional results of today’s communications team. Next time—the Korean Conflict Era plus lots of Transportation advances and internal news in NDTA’s story. DTJ

DTJ INDEX OF ADVERTISERS AeroCapital, LLC............................................128 American President Lines, Ltd........................131 American Roll-on Roll-off Carrier (ARC)..............2 Atlas Air...........................................................22 Avis Budget Group...........................................17 Bennett Motor Express, LLC...............................9 Boyle Transportation, Inc....................................5

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Defense Transportation Journal (ISSN 0011-7625) is published bimonthly by the National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA), a non-prof...

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Defense Transportation Journal (ISSN 0011-7625) is published bimonthly by the National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA), a non-prof...

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