What synergies do you see between LMI and the way the Army operates?
Similar to the Army’s cross-functional team approach, LMI teams regularly assemble experts from specialties across our four lines of effort to solve tough problems.
Of your many accomplishments of serving as a leader in the United States Army, what makes you the most proud?
I am most proud of my tenure leading the soldiers, civilians, and contractors supporting the Abrams tank fleet during the height of mounted combat in Iraq (2004–06). That incredible team restarted tank production and simultaneously supported the over 6,000 tank fleet, reset tanks returning from combat, and developed next generation capabilities. All organizations and individuals subordinated themselves to supporting the tanker to accomplish the mission.
I most enjoy finding new challenges in Army organizations that LMI is uniquely suited to solve and making the connection between the Army and LMI.