Engineer - Commodity Support Branch
Maintenance Management Center, Marine Corps Logistics Command
Bill started at the Marine Corps Depot, Marine Corps Logistics Base in December 1989 as an Engineering Student. In December 1994, he graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He also received a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Georgia Southwestern State University. Upon his graduation, he continued with the Depot as a production engineer. In November 1999, Bill became the manager of Production Engineering Brach in the Depot where he was responsible for technology insertion, solving technical problems, design of stand/fixtures, reverse engineering production parts, and design. He became the Albany Engineering Branch Manager in 2012, and he was now responsible for Production Engineering and Facilities/Maintenance of the plant. Bill is currently assigned as the Lead Engineer for the Maintenance Management Center (MMC) Workload Division. He is responsible for providing engineering guidance, technical support, and technology insertion for the workload executed through the MMC’s Depot and Commercial sources.