The Acquisition Logistics Company has assembled a team of dedicated and talented individuals who provide the utmost in corporate and project management.
Mr. Ken Wagner - President and CEO
Mr. Ken Wagner, a retired senior Naval Flight Officer, has specialized experience managing the flow of materials through worldwide distribution networks. His 35 years of operations management experience includes serving as a Systems Engineer, Project Manager, Procurement Manager, and Lead Systems Integrator for the military, consulting firms, and several major OEMs.
Mr. James White - Business Development
Mr. White is a retired senior U.S. Air Force Officer with over 40 years of experience supporting the military services, DoD Agencies, and the Defense Industry. He previously managed personnel resources for international acquisition and logistics organizations to include positions with the Defense Commissary Agency (Director of Personnel) and the Defense Logistics Agency (Director of Military Personnel). Mr. White has many years of success in the development and growth of small businesses including operations both in the United States and abroad.
Mr. Darrin Armentrout - Chief Operating Officer and Director of Acquisition, and Training
Mr. Darrin Armentrout brings over 25 years of continuous service managing acquisition, contracting, logistics, and financial support services for Federal Government Agencies and each of the military services. Mr. Armentrout is a former United States Air Force Officer with a Degree in Physics from Virginia Tech, and has attained certifications as a Project Management Professional (PMP) and Six Sigma Black Belt.
Mr. Jay Manning – Legal Council and Contract Management
Mr. Manning is a retired senior US Army Judge Advocate with over 40 years of legal experience in the areas of contract, commercial, and procurement law. He previously served as a legal advisor to senior executives and contracting officers at installations, major commands, and Department of Defense (DoD) organizations. His duty assignments include the Defense Commissary Agency, the US Army Missile Command, the US Army Health Services Command, and the Office of the Secretary of the Army.