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Robert McMahon
Major General, USAF (Ret)

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Robert McMahon

Summary Qualifications

Over 35 years of experience leading large, complex programs and organizations in the US Air Force (USAF) and industry as a logistics and sustainment expert. Former Commander, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center (WR-ALC) with responsibility for worldwide logistics support for the C-130, C-5, F-15, U-2, remotely piloted vehicles (RPA), USAF helicopters, air-to-air missiles, surface motor vehicles, high-technology airborne electronics, avionics, and electronic warfare requirements. Extensive command experience including leadership of a maintenance wing, logistics group, and two maintenance squadrons. Served as the Director of Maintenance and Director of Aircraft for the Ogden ALC and as the Director of Propulsion for the San Antonio ALC. Former Director of Boeing Field Operations and WR-ALC site leader and current President of Flicking Management Services, a property management and leasing firm.

Key Specialties

  • Product Support & Sustainment

  • Systems Maintenance and Logistics Support Management

  • Strategic Planning, Prioritization, and Facilitation

  • Senior Executive Advisor

Key Positions

  • Director of Field Operations & Warner Robins Site Lead, Boeing

  • Commander, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center (WRALC)

  • Director of Logistics, Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Installations, and Mission Support

  • Director of Maintenance, Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Installations and Mission Support

  • Director of Logistics, HQ Air Mobility Command (AMC)

  • Commander, 309th Maintenance Wing

  • Director of Maintenance, Ogden Air Logistics Center (OALC)

Education

  • BS, International Affairs, US Air Force Academy

  • MS, Maintenance Management, Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT)

  • Squadron Officer School

  • Air Command and Staff College

  • Advanced Program Management Course, Defense Systems Management College (DSMC)

  • National Security Management Course, Syracuse University