Military Service and Significant Contributions to the
Quartermaster Corps by
John J. Doe, Lieutenant Colonel (Retired)
Lieutenant Colonel John J. Doe (Retired) entered active duty in 1971 at Fort Lee,
Virginia as a Second Lieutenant. Over the course of his outstanding military career, Mr.
Doe distinguished himself in a variety of challenging and critical assignments both in
CONUS and OCONUS units as a dedicated Quartermaster Officer.
Deputy Chief, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff - Logistics 1992-1995
List summary of significant accomplishments during this assignment
Division G-4 Advisor, 16th Infantry Division, Fort Anywhere USA 1995-1991
Managed an annual logistics budget of $450,000 to ensure support training
requirements were properly allocated to support 45 property account activities.
These activities were spaced throughout the six states.
Deputy Chief of Staff, Logistics Systems Division, Headquarters
United States Army Europe, Heidelberg, Germany 1991-1986
Analyzed USAREUR logistic systems, developed functional guidance for
system improvements, prepared cost analysis and impact statements,
supervised Automated Data Processing system installation. Authored
plans, staff papers and briefings required to introduce the Standard Army
Intermediate Level Logistics System in Europe.
Branch Chief, Defense Supply Center, Inventory Management
Division, Defense Logistics Agency, Fort Knox Kentucky 1986-1984
Responsible for accomplishment of all phases of integrated supply
management, requirements forecasting and determination, cataloging
information, stock procurement direction, distribution directions, rebuild and
excess determination for assigned items.
Commander, 57TH Quartermaster Company, Fort Anywhere USA 1984-
Commanded a Quartermaster Service Company that provided Material
Handling Equipment operators and depot security personnel in support of
Qui Nhon depot. The unit also manned a security outpost outside the city
which controlled entry and also provided security for a POL tank farm. Prior
to my command, the company had not passed an IG and CMMI.