Brian started RF Logistics after nearly eight years with Symbol Technologies, Inc. Brian has 29 years of logistics and business management experience–25 years in the government sector. He is a proven performer with executive-level management experience in guiding many DoD and Federal Agency and commercial companies through business process reengineering, technology implementation and change management.
Brian served as Vice President and General Manager of Symbol Technology’s (now Motorola) Government Systems Division. While in this position, Brian grew Symbol’s federal sales from $20M to $55M. His division achieved 122% of its target revenue with 35% revenue growth year over year. More importantly, his team grew its government contract base using a winning combination of DoD and Federal Agency Business Development, Partner Growth Program, and Capitol Hill efforts. Brian also managed Symbol’s Global Distribution and Logistics Operations. Brian had global oversight of product distribution facilities, policy and process, including development of Symbol’s on-line ordering and fulfillment. Brian had overall responsibility for Symbol’s distribution facilities on three continents with over 450 employees and management staff.
Dr. Shawn Morgheim
Director of Programs and Business Development
Shawn came to RF Logistics after spending 27 years in the Navy serving as a Supply Officer. He completed tours with USNORTHCOM, Naval Special Warfare Command, Commander of the Pacific Fleet, as well as various operational tours both at sea and with expeditionary forces. During his active duty time he held positions in DoD acquisitions, supply chain management, logistics operations management, material management, transportation management, procurement, financial management, program management and project management. . His work has included the financial and supply chain manager for operational forces, program lead for Unmanned Arial Vehicles for special forces, logistics IT system portfolio manager for Naval Special Warfare, emergency lead logistics planner for mobility and transportation solutions in the defense support to civil authorities (DSCA) for military responses to natural disasters within the US, and the senior contingency logistics planner for humanitarian response and disaster relief for the US Pacific Fleet. He has a high degree of education holding a doctorate degree in business administration with an emphasis in finance and a masters degree in financial management.
Chief of Financial Operations
Mr. O’Donnell comes to RF Logistics with over 30 years of experience to include of sixteen years of manufacturing experience, and including thirteen years of acquisition management analyst experience with weapons systems acquisition in Department of Defense electronics functioning as a program manager. He has had responsibility for financial management and comptroller support in corporations with sales of $40 – $200+ million, a global presence, and up to 1,000 employees. He has a demonstrated capacity to achieve results in diverse business, organizational and economic conditions. He maintains a broad range of skills and accomplishments in management, divestitures, and acquisitions, including the ability to evaluate the impact of new and innovative acquisition strategies. His technical capability to independently plan, organize, complete, and present assessments is unsurpassed. Steve is highly adept at conducting major program reviews, inspections, and evaluating major milestone events of major acquisition programs and evaluating them for completeness. He is skilled in leading organizations to achieve operational excellence, delivering dramatic improvements in quality, cash management, and financial performance by leading organizations to adopt benchmarking, lean manufacturing, and metric-based management
Senior Project Manager and Business Analyst
Stephen Allen served the U.S. Navy for 30 years in aircraft maintenance and logistics support. He completed his final tour as Assistant Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Officer on board USS Ronald Reagan CVN 76 as a member of the pre-commissioning crew, tasked with the initial outfitting effort for the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department (AIMD).
After leaving the Navy Mr. Allen joined AMSEC LLC/Northrop Grumman and served as Quality Assurance, Production and Project Manager in delivery of Special Warfare Automated Logistics Information System (SWALIS) to Commander Naval Special Warfare Command.
After working as joint contractors under a previous contract, Mr. Allen joined RF Logistics in 2010 where he serves as Project Manager and Business Analyst. His professional background includes: logistics support management, electronics systems maintenance and repair, production management, quality control, and visual media capture, process and finish. Additionally, Mr. Allen is trained in the delivery of Health Information Technology (HIT).
Logistics IT Support Supervisor
Gregory (Greg) Gleichman joined the RF Logistics team in 2010 and serves as Logistics IT Support Supervisor. His skillset includes: logistics support management, IT system implementations, business process improvements, development of training/orientation programs, production management, and quality control. For the past 10 years, Greg has worked with the Naval Special Warfare Command in the implementation and support of multiple Logistics Information Systems. Greg is viewed as RFL’s Subject Matter Expert (SME) in Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS), Special Warfare Automated Logistics Information System (SWALIS) and COLTS Asset Management System. Greg is RFL’s supervisor for the implementation and sustainment support teams on three fronts; JEB Little Creek, NAB Coronado and Hawaii. He served as a key player in the development of SWALIS, serving as a member of ECP board and the user final acceptance testing leader. Mr. Gleichman currently serves as the principal advisor to the Naval Special Warfare Command, and NSW’s Logistics IT Program Manager in the command’s migration efforts from SWALIS to DPAS Warehouse and Property Accountability Modules.
Greg has spent the last 20 years working in maintenance and logistics support, both in the United States and Japan. While in Japan, he supported various elements of the Third Marine Expeditionary Force’s logistics operations headquartered in Okinawa, Japan.
Warehouse Support Supervisor
Mr. Thomas has over the 28 years logistics support and warehouse management for US Navy and ten years for Military Sealift command. While serving in the US Navy , he provided logistic support and warehouse management SURFLANT and AIRLANT headquartered in NORFOLK, VA. For the past eight years, Bill has worked with the Naval Special Warfare Command in the implementation of Special Warfare Automated Logistics Information System (SWALIS) enterprise-wide throughout Special Warfare commands. Mr. Thomas is lead for the implementation and sustainment support team, JEB Little Creek and boat teams 20 and 22. Mr. Thomas is the Logistic Support project manager for RF Logistics, working with Military Sealift Command’s special projects.
Bill joined the RF Logistics team in 2009 and serves as Logistic Support Supervisor . His skillset includes: logistics support management, inventory control, logistics type desk, business process improvements, shipboard inventory validations , production management, quality control, and data management.
Bill Thomas is a graduate of Strayer University with a Bachelor of Science Business Management and minor in Criminal Justice – Homeland Security and Emergency Management.