BRIDGEWATER, Va., July 18, 2018 – Dynamic Aviation, provider of special-mission aviation solutions welcomes Lieutenant General Raymond Palumbo to the Board of Advisors.
Lieutenant General Raymond Palumbo (Ret.) has over 34 years of commissioned service in special operations and conventional military forces in peacetime and in combat.
“We are honored to have Ray join us and look forward to the council and insight he will bring to the board. His passion and wealth of experience serving the warfighter brings immense value to Dynamic Aviation’s ability to serve our customers exceptionally well,” commented Michael Stoltzfus, President and CEO of Dynamic Aviation.
Prior to retiring from the military, Palumbo served as the Pentagon’s Director for Defense Intelligence where he led the department’s Intelligence, Reconnaissance, and Surveillance Task Force. Palumbo was instrumental in rapidly delivering critical aviation platforms, sensors, communication systems, and information processing capabilities to U.S. and Coalition warfighters in Afghanistan, Iraq, and elsewhere around the globe.
Palumbo has a bachelor’s of science degree in general engineering from West Point, a master’s of science in administration from Central Michigan University, and a master’s of strategic studies from the US Army War College. He is the founder of Venturi Solutions, LLC, which provides solutions in global defense, security, aviation, intelligence, and energy sectors. Among several military awards and decorations, he graduated from the British Higher Command and Staff Course in Shrivenham, England, and is a recipient of the 2015 Ellis Island Medal of Honor.
About Dynamic Aviation
Dynamic Aviation is the leading provider of innovative special-mission aviation solutions designed to meet the unique requirements of government and commercial organizations worldwide. The company delivers customized aerial assets and services to support a wide range of customers including national defense, military intelligence, federal agencies, state and local governments, non-profit research organizations, and private companies. Dynamic Aviation has the flexibility and resources to deliver world-class aviation solutions that combine mission-modified aircraft, experienced flight crews and comprehensive maintenance services. The company operates a 150,000-square-foot heavy maintenance and modification center, engine shop and privately-owned airport at its headquarters in Bridgewater, Va. Dynamic Aviation employs more than 650 aviation professionals, owns over 140 aircraft and operates from 18 locations in five countries across three continents. For more information, please visit www.dynamicaviation.com.
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