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US Logistics appoints Chuck Swannack as chief operating officer

US Logistics, a wholly owned subsidiary of private equity consolidator Ranger International Services Group, has appointed Major General (US Army, retired) Chuck Swannack as its chief operating officer.

US Logistics is a government outsourcing contractor specialising in tactical vehicle overhauls and repairs, technical staffing, base logistics, and aircraft technical services.

General Swannack retired from the US Army in 2005 after 33 years of service, culminating as the Commander of the fabled 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

As the new chief operating officer of US Logistics, Swannack will help guide the firm’s growth with vigilance on quality, safety, and FAR compliance.

Swannack says: "I am proud and enthused to join this fine organisation. Our commitment to our customers and to our own people is simple, to be the best we can be every day. We’re on the move, we’re growing steadily, and US Logistics is very good at its job. I met most of our major customers just last week at an AUSA gathering, and they all know how committed we are to serving their technical services needs with high quality and cost-effective pricing."

Mike Boyce, founder and chief executive, adds: "We are fortunate to have a leader of Chuck’s calibre and experience come aboard with us. Our customers know him and respect him. He knows every aspect of the heavy equipment on which we perform technical services, and every nuance of serving the warfighter."

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