SAN ANTONIO, TX – M7 Aerospace has named Charles C. (Chuck) Miller to the position of vice president of Government Business Development, with responsibility for expanding M7’s government logistics support business activity. M7 currently has contracts with the U.S. government to support fleets of C-20 and C-23 aircraft.
Miller brings more than 30 years of commercial and military aircraft operations management experience to his new position. Most recently he was vice president and program director for DynCorp International’s contract with the Department of State for the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL) program. Miller managed more than 1,200 employees operating a fleet of more than 150 fixed and rotary wing aircraft in locations including Florida, New Mexico, Columbia, Peru, Bolivia, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.
He previously held other senior executive positions with DynCorp International, with responsibility for various government programs involving aircraft maintenance and logistics support, operations and safety. He served 20 years in aviation-related duty with the U.S. Army.
Miller holds a BS in Professional Aeronautics from Embry Riddle University. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Rotary Wing Pilot Qualification Course, the Army Rotary Wing Maintenance Qualification Course, the Army Aviation Safety Officers Course with the University of Southern California, the FAA Academy’s Fundamental and Advanced Aircraft Accident Investigation Courses, and numerous other Army schools related to flight operations and safety.
Miller assumes many of the duties of Harold J.M. (Mac) Williams, who has elected to retire on March 31, 2008, the fifth anniversary of his employment with the company. Williams served as president and CEO of M7 for three years and as vice chairman of the company for the past two years.
M7 Aerospace is active in five business lines, including government logistics support programs; aerostructures manufacturing; maintenance, repair & overhaul; aircraft parts sales and product support, and aeronautical engineering services. It maintains its headquarters on the international airport in San Antonio. The company occupies a 426,000 sq. ft. complex that includes offices, factory facilities and aircraft hangars.
For more information visit www.M7Aero.com.