Gregory joins OPP as Antarctic transportation program manager
December 16, 2019
Stuart Gregory, a graduate of the U.S. Army War College, has joined OPP’s Antarctic Infrastructure and Logistics (AIL) Section as transportation program manager.
Immediately prior to coming to AIL, he was the business operations director at the Air Force Office of Energy Assurance (OEA), where he helped to increase energy resilience at Air Force installations. He also provided oversight for OEA’s resource requirements, acquisition initiatives, installation projects, and strategic communications.
Prior to his assignment with OEA, he served as the deputy chief of sustainment at the U.S. Army’s Central Command, where he provided oversight for personnel, logistics, engineering, and medical services in Southwest Asia, in support of Operations Spartan Shield, Inherent Resolve, Freedom’s Sentinel and of Task Force Sinai.
Gregory has held various positions throughout his career, including special assistant to the commanding general at U.S. Army Materiel Command; executive officer for the deputy commanding general at U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command in the Office of the Secretary of Defense; and Fellow for the assistant secretary of defense for Logistics & Materiel Readiness and combat developer (Transportation & Distribution) at the U.S. Army’s Combined Arms Support Command.
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