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Logistics coordinator

Cordova, Tennessee, 38016, United States
December 24, 2018

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Christopher L. Cook

**** ****** **** * *******, TN 38016 901-***-****

Senior Supply Chain & Logistics Management Professional

More than 20 years’ experience leading logistics, warehouse, and transportation operations for global organizations

Repeated success as a Supply Chain, Lead Movement, and Logistics Management Professional with an extensive record of achievement in global logistics, warehouse, and transportation roles. Accomplished Veteran of the United States Army with a proven record of success in orchestrating movement of rolling and non-rolling stock cargo in support of specific organizational missions. Expert communicator, team leader, and businessperson; able to forge solid relationships with partners and build consensus across multiple organizational levels of military and corporate personnel in support of meticulous logistics and supply operations.

Highlights of Expertise

•Logistical Plan Design & Delivery

•Sea, Land, & Air Movement Plans

•Comprehensive Warehouse Functions

•TCAIMS Program Leadership

•U.S. Military Terminology & Doctrine

•Multidisciplinary Team Leadership

•Overseas Professional Environments

•HazMat – Supply Chain Specialist

Career Summary

AAR Defense Systems & Logistics, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Provide expertise in leading the HazMat portion of supply chain management, and maintain 100% accountability of all HazMat supplies and supply records.


Responsible for all HazMat materials ordering, procurement, inventory control, and distribution. Orchestrate and utilize IMS and IMOPS in order to produce reports detailing findings. Contribute towards inventory cycle count performance, and the establishment of policies and procedures for HazMat. Ensure understanding of inventory handling protocols by all warehouse staff.

•Provide recommendations to refine the handling of HazMat to ensure staff protection.

•Introduce and implement quality control procedures to ensure compliance with both DoD and KSA environmental regulations.

•Continually assess inventory levels and product demand in order to estimate output, work with OEM, and customers for maintaining optimal inventory.

•Recognized for contributing towards the definition and implementation of Environmental Compliance with federal, KSA, and local government organizations IAW PME regulations.

AC First/AECOM Government Solutions, Bagram, Afghanistan

Successfully delivered movement control support for the surface movement of rolling and non-rolling stock cargo via the U.S. Military Transportation System in collaboration with the RPAT Supervisor I.


Oversaw the receipt and processing of Transportation Movement Requests (TMR) and Air Movement Requests (AMR) for equipment being moved throughout Afghanistan and the U.S. Provided efficient, timely, and cost effective support through organization of MCT functions.

•Proactively identified problem areas in movement in order to offer solutions that were adopted by the management team.

•Meticulously documented Seaport, Airport, A/DACG, HTD, Hazmat, and other equipment movement functions, and used TC-AIMS program to process vehicles and equipment.

ITT Industries, Doha, Qatar

Promoted to supervise the Area Support Group (ASG) Transportation Motorpool (TMP), which included responsibility for the dispatch and accountability of Tactical and Non-Tactical Vehicles at Camp As Sayliyah.


Contributed towards the seamless repair and maintenance of all vehicles. the bi-monthly PMCS of NTVs. Reported monthly from SAMS-1E box to ASG HQ and MMC in Kuwait.

•Supervised the TMP in collaboration with the Government Transportation Representative.

•Oversaw the service and repair of dealer-leased vehicles, and assisted with accident reporting.


Effectively coordinated the shuttle bus service for Rest and Relaxation (RYR) for military members, while managing 56 Third Country Nationals (TCN). Monitored the service and maintenance of shuttle busses and fuel station. Ensured the daily servicing of on-base sewer lift stations and Port-a-Potties.

•Prevented overflow of dumpsters through ongoing dialogue with the subcontractor responsible for trash removal.

•Appointed to serve as the ESH Safety Representative for Logistics responsible for monthly fire and safety inspections and general safety training.


Seamlessly handled, issued, and shipped hazardous and non-hazardous materials at a Central Receiving and Shipping Point (CRSP) to and from Port Mesaieed and Al Udied Airbase in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Constructed 463L air force pallets in accordance with DOD regulations. Operated 10K and below fork trucks.

•Escorted TCN’s from local vendors including FedEx, DHL, UPS, and Western Gulf Services.

•Prepared DD Forms 1149, 1387, and 1384, Transportation Control and Movement Documents, and Radio Frequency Tags (RFID) for in-transit visibility (TIPS).

•Served as the Container Coordinator for CRSP Container Yard charged with in gating and out gating containers using Container Management System Tracking (CMST).

Additional Experience

Lead Supply Technician (2006) ITT Industries, Doha, Qatar

SAMS-1 Operator (2005 to 2006) ITT Industries, Doha, Qatar

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Additional Experience (Continued)

Material Handler/Warehouse Foreman (2004 to 2005) ITT Industries, Doha, Qatar

ULLS-G, SAMS-1 Operator/Supervisor (2002 to 2004) KBR, Bosnia & Afghanistan

Material Handler/Supply Technician GS-7 (2000 to 2002) U.S. Army National Guard, KY

ULLS-G Supervisor/SAMS-1 Clerk/Warehouseman 92A (1989 to 1999) U.S. Army, Korea & KY

Education & Credentials

General Education Studies, 60 Semester Hours Completed

University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY (1997)

High School Diploma

George Washington Carver High School, Memphis, TN (1989)

Professional Certifications

•Certificate, Intermodal Dry Cargo Cont/CSC Reinspection-DL, Dept. of the Army (2014)

•Certificate, General Transportation of Hazardous Materials Course, Dept. of the Army (2014)

•Certificate SMS Production Control LTC-017 (2001)

•Certificate, TAMMS & Readiness LTC-018 (2000)

•Certificate, Unit Level Logistic System Course, U.S. Army, Camp Casey, Korea (1995)

•Certificate, Primary Leadership Development Course, U.S. Army, Fort Campbell, KY (1993)

•Certificate, Defense Preservation & Intermediate Protection (1993)

•Certificate, Defense Packing & Unitization (1993)

•Certificate, Automated Logistical Specialist, U.S. Army, Fort Lee, VA (1990)

Additional Certifications

•CFR-49, IMDG, AFMAN 24-204(I), IATA (2011)

•Certificate, 80 Hours 8B-F7 Defense Packaging of Hazardous Materials for Transportation

•Certificate, 40 Hours (SAMS-1E) Standard Army Maintenance Enhanced Training (2010)

•Certificate, 30 Hours (PBUS-E) Property Book Unit Supply-Enhanced Training (2008)

•Certificate, 16 Hours CK31 Hand-Held Terminal (HHT) Familiarization Course (2007)

•Certificate, 24 Hours (ULLS-G) Unit Level Logistics System Ground (2007)

•CFR 29.1910.120 (2005)

•Certificate, 40 Hours Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response – HAZWOPER

•Certificate, 30 Hours Safety Management Outreach Course – OSHA (2003)

Exceptional References Available Upon Request

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