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Photo of Captain Alexander D. Wallace III Commanding Officer, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center BahrainCaptain Alexander D. Wallace III

Commanding Officer, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Bahrain

Captain Alex Wallace, III is a native of Mobile, AL. He enlisted in the Navy in 1993, completing Machinists Mate “A” and “C” schools prior to reporting onboard USS Topeka (SSN 754). He is a 1996 graduate of Broadened Opportunity for Officer Selection and Training (BOOST) and was commissioned through the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Program at Auburn University, Auburn, AL earning a Bachelor of Science in Management. He later earned a Master’s of Business Administration focused in Acquisition and Contract Management from the Naval Postgraduate School and joint professional military education at the Joint Forces Staff College. He also completed Executive Education at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton Business School.

At sea, he served as Supply Officer, USS Frank Cable (AS 40), in Apra Harbor, Guam; Stock Control Officer, USS Harry S Truman (CVN 75), in Norfolk, VA; Supply Officer, USS Jacksonville (SSN 699), in Norfolk, VA; and Anti-Submarine Module Officer, USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69), in Norfolk, VA.

His shore assignments include Director of Contracts at Strategic Systems Programs in Washington, DC; Director of Contracts at NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center in Jacksonville, FL; Director of Common Systems Contracts at NAVSUP Weapons Systems Support in Philadelphia, PA; Integrated Supplier Team Chief and Executive Assistant to the Commander at Defense Logistics Agency, Land and Maritime in Columbus, OH; Cargo Administrative Deputy, CTF-53, in Manama, Bahrain; and Director of Contracts, Strategic Systems Programs in Washington, DC.

Wallace assumed command of NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Bahrain on 23 June 2022. As a Navy Supply Corps officer and Joint logistician, he has deployed across the globe in submarines, aircraft carriers, tenders and expeditionary teams. A member of the Defense Acquisition Community, he is qualified as a Naval Aviation, Surface, and Submarine Warfare Supply Corps Officer.

His military decorations include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (four awards), Navy Commendation Medals (four awards), Navy Achievement Medal (three awards), and various unit, campaign, and service awards.


Photo of Commander John R. Bing, Executive Officer, Navy Reserve Headquarters NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center BahrainCommander John R. Bing

Executive Officer, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Bahrain

Commander Bing is a native of North Bergen, New Jersey. He enlisted in the Navy in 1996 and served as a Postal Clerk for eight years. He graduated from Montclair State University in 2005 and was commissioned through the Officer Candidate School in May 2007. He holds a Master's in Business Administration from the Naval Postgraduate School.

At sea, he served as Supply Officer on USS Lake Champlain (CG 57), Disbursing Officer, Wardroom Officer, and Aviation Readiness Officer on USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70), and Principal Assistant for Services on USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77). During his three ship assignments he deployed, he served as the beach detachment for Operation Unified Response, along with numerous Exercises and Operations.

His ashore assignments include Instructor at Navy Supply Corps School in Newport, RI and Athens, GA; Surface Requirements Officer and Hazardous Material Officer at Commander, Naval Air Force Atlantic, Norfolk, VA; Contracting Officer, Naval Information Warfare Center, Pacific in San Diego, CA; and Contracting Officer for Maritime Command NATO in Northwood UK.

He is the 2007 recipient of the Kenneth J. Euske Dean's Medal for innovative contribution to National Defense, which he earned during his time at the Naval Postgraduate School. His personal decorations include the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (6), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (5), and various other decorations.

A member of the Defense Acquisition Professional Community, he has earned his qualifications in Supply Warfare and as a Master Training Specialist. A member of the Joint Community, he also has attained Joint Specialty Officer designation.


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Glen T. Stafford

Executive Director, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Bahrain

Glen Stafford is a native of Haddon Heights, New Jersey.  He currently serves as the Executive Director, NAVSUP FLC Bahrain.  Prior to this appointment he served as Deputy Comptroller, Military Sealift Command (MSC), in Norfolk, Virginia. Prior assignments include Comptroller, Naval Support Activity Bahrain and Budget Officer, Commander, Navy Region Europe, Africa, and Southwest Asia.  In this latter role, he directed financial management operations supporting nine installations across three continents.  He later served as Director of Business Management, MSC, where he led the command’s transition from its legacy financial system to the Navy Enterprise Resource Planning system.  He then assumed duties as MSC Deputy Comptroller in May 2022 where he managed a $4.5 billion working capital fund.

In his civilian career he served as Chief Operating Officer of Diamond State Warehousing and Distribution and later as Director of Operations for Leonard’s Express, both interstate trucking and third party logistics companies. 

Glen retired with 26 years of active duty service in various sea and shore assignments.  Among them, he served as Senior Supply Officer, United States Naval Academy; Director, Maritime Supply Chain at Naval Inventory Control Point, Mechanicsburg; Congressional Liaison, Navy Office of Legislative Affairs; and Finance Officer, United Nations Headquarters, Department of Peacekeeping Operations.  Afloat he served as Officer-in-Charge, USNS NIAGARA FALLS (T-AFS3); Assistant Supply Officer, USS GUADALCANAL (LPH-7); and as Supply Officer, USS PATTERSON (FF-1061).

His personal and unit level awards include the Legion of Merit (two awards), the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, and the Defense Meritorious Civilian Service Award.  He holds a Master’s of Science in Management from the Naval Postgraduate School, a Masters of Business Administration from Marymount University, and received his Bachelor of Science from the United States Naval Academy.  He is DoD financial management certified at Level III.


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CMDCM Latricia Robinson

Senior Enlisted Leader, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Bahrain

Command Master Chief Robinson is a native of East St. Louis, IL.  She entered the Navy through the Delayed Entry program and completed Basic Training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Illinois, in January 1996. Following basic training, she completed Yeoman "A" School in Meridian, Mississippi
 
Her assignments at sea include USS ENTERPRISE (CVN 65) where she completed one deployment to the Persian Gulf, USS CARL VINSON (CVN-70), and Patrol Squadron FOUR (VP-4) in Kaneohe Bay Hawaii where she completed deployments to Okinawa and Sigonella. 
 
Assignments ashore include Naval Training Command, Great Lakes Illinois, Naval Air Facility Atsugi Japan, Seabee Readiness Group, Commander Airborne Command Control and Logistics Wing in Point Mugu, California, and Recruit Training Command where she trained four Recruit Divisions, transforming over 300 civilians into Sailors. During this tour, she was promoted to Senior Chief Petty Officer and earned her Master Training Specialist qualification. 
 
Command Master Chief Robinson is a graduate of the Senior Enlisted Academy (Class 188) and the Command Master Chief/Chief of the Boat Course in Newport, Rhode Island. Command Master Chief Robinson previously served as the CMC for NTAG Mid America in St. Louis, Missouri, and Command Master Chief for Fleet Logistics Support Squadron-40 (VRC-40) in Norfolk, VA. 
 
Personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (two awards), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (six awards), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (five awards), and numerous other unit and campaign awards.


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