May 2018 Breakfast Meeting

May 03, 2018
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
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Redstone Federal Credit Union
220 Wynn Dr NW
Huntsville, AL 35893
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*Please note, the price for breakfast has increased to meet an increase in our catering costs.

LTC Chris Hill is an Army Acquisition Officer with over 22 years of Army experience and currently serving in his command assignment as the Product Manager (PdM) for Aircraft Survivability Equipment (ASE) Missile Warning Systems.  LTC Hill’s first 13 years was in the Intelligence Community (IC) where he began as an Enlisted Persian Farsi Linguist and also included deploying his unit to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom as the Commander of a Military Intelligence Company in the 25th Infantry Division (Light). Since transitioning to the Acquisition Corps, he has been assigned within the IC at the National Reconnaissance Office, the Pentagon as a Department of the Army System Coordinator (DASC), and U.S. Special Operations Command directly supporting classified cyber missions. 

As the PdM for ASE Missile Warning Systems, LTC Hill leads a dynamic team responsible for the ACAT 1C Common Missile Warning System, the pre-Major Defense Acquisition Program (MDAP) Advanced Threat Detection System (ATDS), and the Limited Interim Missile Warning System (LIMWS).  Each of the Missile Warning Systems products provide the detection capability in protecting Army rotary wing aircraft from enemy Man Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS).

LTC Hill is DAWIA Level III certified in both Program Management and Information Technology, and has held the Program Management Professional (PMP®) certification since 2012.  His passion is creating a team oriented culture between the Government and Industry partners to facilitate delivering the world’s best ASE Missile Warning Systems in order to protect our Soldiers.

Tickets

$15.00 Individual Ticket - Members
$20.00 after 07:00 pm April 26

$19.00 Individual Ticket - Non-Members
$24.00 after 07:00 pm April 26

$5.00 No Breakfast