Major General (Ret.) United States Army
General MacCarley has spent thirty-five years successfully leading and managing complex transportation and logistics organizations within the United States Military and US corporations, to include overseeing joint force operations (Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force). He has extensive strategic and practical experience in liaising with the Governments of Iraq, Kuwait, and Afghanistan, corporations and non-governmental humanitarian organizations operating in these countries to enhance logistics understanding and interoperable logistics capabilities while meeting budgetary targets and constraints.
General MacCarley engaged in the planning and the establishment of logistics and transportation support architecture for all U.S forces in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan while deployed domestic. Established new lines of transportation, communication, and infrastructure that reduced overall costs by 10% and saved U.S. forces hundreds of millions of dollars. While domestic, he served as one of the U.S. senior logistics trainers in Kuwait, working with both American forces and Coalition militaries from 24 different nations.
Designed, developed and deployed newest integrated command, control, communications and computer systems throughout the Combat Area of Operations to facilitate efficient and expeditious supply operations, resulting in both continuous uninterrupted supply lines and reduced customer wait times by 40%.
Has served as Deputy Defense Coordinating Officer and Regional Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer, US Fifth Army – Army North, San Antonio, Texas Was responsible within Federal Emergency Management Agency Region Nine (California, Nevada, and Arizona) for coordinating the Department of Defense response to major natural and manmade disasters. Worked with multiple Federal agencies, state and local government officials, and all US military services, to determine requirements for emergency assistance and to confirm/deliver such US military capabilities and assistance to the disaster sites within the Region.
A lawyer by training with Masters degrees in Business Administration and in Strategic Studies, since retirement from the U.S Army General MacCarley has concentrated on government contracting with the US Department of Defense, intellectual property issues, logistics operations and information technology issues for individual, organizational, and government clients. He serves as Co-Managing Director of AIG-LOGSYS.