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RADM Mark Buzby, USN (Ret.) President


COL Jim Veditz, USA (Ret.) Senior Vice President, Operations


Patty Casidy VP Finance


Lee Matthews VP Marketing and Corporate Development


Leah Ashe Manager, Database


James Marconi Director of Public Relations


Rebecca Jones Executive Assistant to the President


For a listing of current Committee Chairpersons, Government Liaisons, and Chapter & Regional Presidents, please visit the Association website at www.ndtahq.com.


EDITORIAL OBJECTIVES


The editorial objectives of the Defense Transportation Journal are to advance knowledge and science in defense logistics and transportation and the partnership between the commercial transportation industry and the government transporter. DTJ stimulates thought and effort in the areas of defense transportation, logistics, and distribution by providing readers with:


• News and information about defense logistics and transportation issues


• New theories or techniques • Information on research programs • Creative views and syntheses of new concepts


• Articles in subject areas that have significant current impact on thought and practice in defense logistics and transportation • Reports on NDTA Chapters


EDITORIAL POLICY The Defense Transportation Journal is designed as a forum for current research, opinion, and identification of trends in defense transportation and logistics. The opinions expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily of the Editors, the Editorial Review Board, or NDTA.


EDITORIAL CONTENT


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Sharon Lo, Managing Editor, DTJ NDTA


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6 | Defense Transportation Journal | OCTOBER 2016


“Education has always been a key part of our mission,” said NDTA’s President, RADM (Ret.) Mark Buzby. “Our entire lives are touched by logistics, transportation and travel, so we’re proud to contribute to students’ learning experiences in those fields.”


T


he National Defense Transportation Association is proud to announce the recipients of its annual scholar-


ship program. In 2016, NDTA awarded $30,000 in scholarship funds to 11 stu- dents enrolled at colleges and universities throughout the United States. Congratulations to Madeline Cod- dington, The Ohio State University; Sa- vannah Fragoso, Western Michigan Uni- versity; Nathan Griffin, California State University Maritime Academy; Matthew Keene, Indiana University-Bloomington; Sydney Klein, University of Maryland, College Park; Ethan Mills, Great Lakes Maritime


Academy at Northwestern


Michigan College; Melanie Morello, Western Michigan University; Corey Roberts, The Ohio State University; Ol- ivia Rupkalvis, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Nicholas Stone, Stockton University; and Eileen Strib- ling, Appalachian State University.


“After completing my undergraduate


degree at Cal Maritime, I hope to pursue a career in international shipping, charter- ing, goods movement or shipbuilding,” Griffin said. “I appreciate the opportunity that the NDTA provides to students like myself by providing us the ability to focus on our respective studies.” At the national level, NDTA bestows tens of thousands of dollars every year to col- lege students pursuing the study of logistics, transportation, supply chain, physical distri- bution, passenger travel services, and related fields. NDTA chapters around the country also independently provide significant schol- arship funds for deserving students. “Education has always been a key part of our mission,” said NDTA’s President, RADM (Ret.) Mark Buzby. “Our entire lives are touched by logistics, transporta- tion and travel, so we’re proud to contrib- ute to students’ learning experiences in those fields.”


NDTA Awards $30K in Scholarships to Outstanding Students


By James Marconi Director of Public Relations, NDTA


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