Mr. Scheuble retired as a Department of Defense Senior Executive Service member in 2008 culminating a 44-year civilian career. He also holds a Bachelor Degree in Individualized Study – Logistics. He also completed the Logistics Executive Development Course, and the US Army Acquisition Corps – Certified Level III. His key assignments include: Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics and Operations, U.S. Army Materiel Command; Director Materiel Management, Joint Logistics Systems Center, Wright Patterson AFB; Director of Readiness of Program Manager of the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program, U.S. Army Materiel Command; Director Materiel Management Center, U.S. Army Tank and Automotive Command; and Director CECOM, Intelligence Integrated Materiel Management Center, Vint Hill Farms Station, Warrenton, Virginia. When assigned to the Army Communications and Electronics Command, he provided extraordinary support of a myriad of Communications and Intelligence Systems used in support of Desert Shield/Desert Storm both in Europe and while deployed to Saudi Arabia. When serving at TACOM, he provided full spectrum logistics direction and advice to the commander of this organization in order to execute streamlined business processes to improve Army readiness and reduce attendant costs. His significant Awards and Honors include Meritorious Executive Service Presidential Rank, Logistician of the Year –Greater Washington Area (2000), Meritorious Civilian Service, Superior Civilian Service, and Exceptional Civilian Service. He was inducted as a Distinguished Member of the Quartermaster Corps.
US Army Quartermaster Corps
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SES Larry D. Scheuble
Class of 2016