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El Paso, Texas, United States
June 11, 2018

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Dwight Wallace

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Providence Forge, VA 23140


Seasoned leader with extensive experience improving team performance through the implementation and management of supply chain, logistics, and quality strategies. Commended for introducing quality improvement processes, ensuring safe operations, and motivated diverse teams to their best performance.

Skilled in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of logistics program operations as they relate to warehousing and transportation.

Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work positively and constructively in a team environment.

Skilled in various technologies, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, as well as ULLS/GCSS-Army, PBUSE. Lean Six Sigma, Green Belt.

Superior verbal and written communication skills. Ability to identify risks and opportunities.

Ability to interact and communicate with a variety of individuals in an efficient manner, to include assessing problems, providing information in both formal and/or informal training sessions.

Ability to manage complex projects/as well as develop and, revise best practices and standard operating procedures.

Currently hold Secret Security Clearance.


United State Army 1989 to Present

Command Sergeant Major, Advanced Individual Training Battalion; Fort Lee, VA (September 2016 to Present)

Provide training, control, administrative support, discipline, logistical support, morale and welfare for personnel Advanced Individual Training Battalion.

Trained, educated, and develop Logistics Soldiers to immediately contribute to the Operational Army in support of current and future operations

Built and gained leadership alignment for short-term and long-term training strategy, resources and execution plans.

Track training evaluations and training records

Deploy, manage and support learning management system and tools to support curriculum.

Senior Logistics Service Supervisor; Fort Bliss, TX (May 2015 to September 2016)

Supervised personnel engaged in supply, services, materiel management, and logistics operations.

Oversaw the accountability and maintenance of equipment worth in excess of $15 million.

Responsible for the development of 10 Non-Commissioned Officers, four soldiers, one Department of the Army Civilian and nine contractors.

Manage operation of organizations performing supply and related service operations such as transportation, property disposal, and commissary operations.

Supervised management of materiel support functions in stock control and accounting, procurement, inventory control, and item financial management.

Managed the development of processes and preparation of operations information, plans, maps sketches, overlays and related data to employ supply and service organizations.

Contributed to staff development and operations of supply support data systems, equipment review, salvage and repair parts supply procedures and maintenance support systems.

Supervised preparation of orders, operating instructions, reports and related technical materials.

Performed as a liaison between staff and supported soldiers to improve effectiveness of support activities.

Brigade Operations Sergeant Major/ Unit Supply Specialist; Fort Bliss, TX (July 2013 to May 2015)

Planned, trained and resourced for Brigade’s major exercises, supporting two separate battalions with 1,400 military and civilian personnel.

Received, inspected, inventoried, loaded/unloaded, stored, issued and delivered supplies and equipment.

Maintained automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment, maintained accountability for equipment valued in excess of $2 million.

Played a positive leadership role in working with an extremely diverse section that included Soldiers, Administrative and Supply personnel

Provided essential information and implemented standard operational procedures to all units to ensure a seamless transition into the operation environment

Scheduled and performed preventive and organizational maintenance on a wide variety of equipment

Brigade Operations Sergeant Major; Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA (July 2012 to July 2013)

Supervised the mission of deploying and providing mission command for up to seven battalions, including 2,500 personnel. Directly managed 18 personnel.

Maintained and accounted for brigade equipment valued at $2 million with no loss or discrepancies.

Ensured that battle staff courses were executed flawlessly and provided certifications for 48 non-commissioned officers.

Orchestrated multiple courses, creating new procedures and policies that saved the United States Army over $800,000.

Provided critical oversight of the Organizational Inspection Program, resulting in zero fraud, waste or abuse of resources.

Dwight Wallace

Senior Logistics Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge, Kandahar, Afghanistan (August 2011 to July 2012)

Assigned to the Army Corps of Engineers for a forward deployed brigade with over 5000 civilian and military personnel.

Maintained and accounted for all brigade equipment, valued over $300 million.

Oversaw the Division supply operations during reception, staging and onward movement operation.

Provided essential information and implemented standard operational procedures to all units upon arrival to ensure a seamless transition into the operation environment.

Provided technical advice, enabling improved supply warehouse operations.

Effectively coordinated the fielding of over 500,000 articles of equipment.

Demonstrated outstanding organization and planning skills by managing complex logistics operations and projects valued at $50 million.

Trained 52 personnel to receive certification as Demonstrated Senior Logisticians.

Managed a logistic movement of $500 million of building materials within a 3 day period.

Command Sergeant Major/First Sergeant; Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA (May 2009 to August 2011)

Supported the Bulk Petroleum Quartermaster Company and the Combat Sustainment Support Battalion.

Maintained automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment.

Facilitated the receipt, issue, storage and accountability of 500,000 gallons of jet and diesel fuel.

Managed the transfer of over 750,000 gallons of petroleum with zero safety or environmental infractions.

Provided emphasis on safety training, resulting in zero accidents.

Responsible for the accountability and maintenance of over $15 million of equipment.

Sent key appointees to formal schooling, resulting in a record of 70% increase in the number of trained logistics personnel.

First Sergeant, Combat Training Company; Fort Jackson, SC (June 2007 to May 2009)

Managed the training and discipline of 1200 personnel annually.

Designed and implemented a Company Professional Development Program that stressed creativity and problem solving within the training cycle framework.

Senior Drill Sergeant; Fort Jackson, SC (June 2006 to June 2007)

Named one of the best instructors in the company, trained over 400 new soldiers while maintaining a 92% graduation rate.

Previous Positions:

Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge/Supply Sergeant; Fort Gordon, GA (November 2002 to June 2007)

Unit Supply Sergeant; Fort Riley, KS; Okinawa, Japan; Fort Lee VA (1994 to 2002)

Supervised and performed tasks involving the general upkeep and maintenance of all Army supplies and equipment, valued over $100 million.


University of Hartford, Hartford, CT 2004

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration

Selected Military Coursework:

United States Army Sergeants Major Course

First Sergeants Course

Unit Supply Specialist Advanced Individual Training

Primary Leadership Development

Unit Supply Specialist Advanced Noncommissioned Officer

Drill Sergeant

Unit Supply Specialist

Infantry Senior Sergeant

Petroleum Supply Specialist

Hazmat Familiarization & Safety Transportation

Training Development Contract Technician Managers

Lean Six Sigma Awareness Training

Fiscal Law


Bronze Star (2)

Meritorious Service Medal (3)

Army Commendation Medal (4)

Army Achievement Medal (4)

Army Good Conduct Medal (9)

National Defense Service Medal (2)

Afghanistan Campaign Medal

Iraq Campaign Medal (2)

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

Korea Defense Service Medal

Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (3)

Army Service Ribbon

Army Overseas Service Ribbon (3)

NATO Medal

Certificate of Achievement (4)

Combat Action Badge

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