Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1954. Master of Science in Logistics Management, Air Force Institute of Technology, Dayton, Ohio, 1965. Certified professional logistician, engineer, Virginia Commissioned lieutenant United States Air Force, 1955, advanced through grades to lieutenant colonel, 1980.
Planning officer United States Southern Command, Panama Canal Zone, 1968-1971.
Assistant for logistics Headquarters, United States Air Force, Pentagon, 1973-1975. Advisor to Shah of Iran, Imperial Command Staff, Tehran, 1976-1978.
Retired, 1980. Consultant in management, Department Energy, Washington, 1980-1982.
Manager marine services United States Navy, European Research Council International, Vienna, Virginia, since 1982. Consultant education Department Defense, Washington, since 1983.
Senior associate Business Management Research, Arlington, Virginia, since 1980. Professor logistics engineering Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, since 1983, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, since 1983.
Manager marine services United States Navy, European Research Council International, Vienna, Virginia, since 1982. Professor logistics engineering Florida Institute Technology
Member Smithsonian Institution (associate), National Trust History Preservation (Capital region associate), American Film Institute, National Contract Management Association, Institute Indsl, Engineers, Society Logistics Engineers (Forrest Waller award, technical vice-chairman since 1987), Retired Officers Association, United States Naval Institute. Club: Westwood Country (Vienna).
Married Margery Ann Staley, January 24, 1955. Children: Mary Elizabeth, Margaret Carole, Dirk William.