Retired U.S. Army Colonel Mark Arn Brings Extensive Experience to All Points’ Huntsville Team

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managed a program budget of over $1 billion and an organization of over 500 personnel

Merritt Island, Florida-based All Points Logistics announced that retired U.S. Army Colonel Mark Arn has joined its business development team in Huntsville, Alabama.

Brings more than 27 years of U.S. Army experience in operational and acquisition assignments

HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA – Merritt Island, Florida-based All Points Logistics announced that retired U.S. Army Colonel Mark Arn has joined its business development team in Huntsville, Alabama.

Colonel Arn brings more than 27 years of U.S. Army experience in operational and acquisition assignments, culminating as an Army board select Project Manager.

He managed a program budget of over $1 billion and an organization of over 500 personnel in the development and operations of Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) X-Band radars.

“We are excited to add Mark to our growing team,” said Huntsville-based John Hall, Senior Vice President of Business Development and Capture Management.

“His experience in missile defense, DoD acquisition, strategic planning, and business development will expand our ability to develop superior solutions for our Army customers.”

“We are excited to add Mark to our growing team,” said Huntsville-based John Hall, Senior Vice President of Business Development and Capture Management.

Colonel Arn joins the business development team as a Capture Manager focused on customers at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville; Ft. Belvoir, Virginia; Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland; Ft. Gordon, Georgia; and the Army’s simulation and training program in Orlando, Florida.

Key roles throughout his Army career included Acquisition Military Assistant to the Secretary of the Army; Director, Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command Current Operations; Product Manager, Terminal High Altitude Area Defense Launcher Program; and Executive Assistant to the Assistant  Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics, Technology).

Colonel Arn received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the United States Military Academy and a master’s degree in engineering from the University of Florida.

He also received his Level III Program Management certification from the Defense Acquisition University.

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PHIL MONKRESS is President and Chief Executive Officer of Space Coast-based All Points. He drives the company’s strategic and financial direction as head of All Point’s Executive Leadership Team and a leader in providing best-in-class products, services, and solutions to the Government and commercial marketplace.

Established nearly 25 years ago as a Merritt Island, Florida based Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business, All Points today has operations in 12 states and has grown into a leading solution provider to a diverse array of government and commercial customers.

All Points has built an excellent reputation in solution development and systems integration in strategic, high risk, security sensitive, mission-critical domains such as space, intelligence, defense, and cyber, while also providing consistent, low risk, cost-effective and reliable products and services to a wide variety of customers in the civilian and commercial sectors.

The dedicated and diverse team at All Points has award-winning expertise in engineering, software development, IT management, critical infrastructure, export control, integrated logistics, and program management.

Additional information can be found at www.allpointsllc.com

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