Fluor Brings in Logistics Expert Richard Hack

Fluor Corporation has hired retired Army Lt. Richard A. Hack to the firm’s government practice as a senior executive.

Hack will oversee logistics and contingency work for U.S. armed forces serving abroad.

A three-decade veteran of the armed service, Hack recently served as the deputy commanding general and chief of staff of the Army Materiel Command.

“Serving the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces is the top priority for our LOGCAP and CETAC work. Fluor has an outstanding record of performing this work well, and Rick Hack’s addition to our senior leadership team will only help solidify our focus on serving the troops on the ground,” said Bruce Stanski, president of Fluor Government Group. “Rick’s military and private sector experience is a welcomed addition to our team and our company.”

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