Ann Dunwoody, a retired U.S. Army general and the first female four-star general in U.S. military and uniformed service history, has been appointed to LMI’s board of directors.
The 37-year military veteran has served as the commanding general of the Army Materiel Command and deputy chief of staff for logistics, LMI said Wednesday.
As AMC head, she led a command comprising of 69,000 military and civilian personnel stationed in all 50 states and more than 140 countries, while also being responsible for a $60 billion budget and $70 billion in service contracts.
She also managed the Army’s supply chain for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan and contingency missions in Haiti, Japan and Pakistan.
Dunwoody also led the command’s move from Fort Belvoir, Va. to Huntsville, Ala. under a Base Realignment and Closing initiative.