Bryce Wolf

Bryce Wolf


Trained and experienced at managing the personnel, equipment, and policies to support international transportation operations. Acknowledged for an ability to coordinate programs and polices among manufacturing, marketing, finance, research and development, and engineering departments. Specific skills in transportation include:

  • Production
  • Quality Control
  • Distribution
  • Maintenance
  • Training

Experienced in both private business and the government allows for an ability to interface between both groups regarding transportation issues.

Selected Accomplishments in Transportation

Managed 43 Naval Maintenance Programs and ensured all maintenance was completed in accordance with established and prescribed policies and procedures.

Managed and controlled a $25 million budget in accordance with auditing and accounting practices.

A leader in the development of a “Core Maneuver Description Guide” utilized by all helicopter pilots in the U.S. Navy.

Increased productivity by 20% through the creation and implementation of aviation scheduling procedures.

Knowledgeable of supply chain management from point of manufacturing through freight deployment, warehousing, shipments and customer placement.

Conducted transportation of goods and services throughout the US and Asia, Europe, Canada, and Australia.

Trained and graduated over 1,000 aviators.

As a Quality Assurance Officer, maintained a record of inspections and review to conform to Naval occupational, safety, and health (NAVOSH) inspections.

Work experience

Work experience

Early Experience

Beginning as a Ground Trainer for pilots, I was promoted to operations assignments for a 300 member helicopter squadron responsible for logistics and manpower development. Promoted to Aircraft Division Officer, I managed four work centers- Paraloft, Power Plants, Airframe, and Corrosion Control.

2008 - Present

Corporate Planner/Supply Chain Manager


Studied transportation requirements and developed integrated logistics strategies for international operations.

  • Met distribution goals within prescribed time and budget parameters.
  • Managed transportation needs to move raw materials from plants in the US and Ireland to plants in the US, Canada, and Mexico City.

Saved $3 million annually by switching from air to sea shipments without disrupting services.

2005 - 2008

Flight Instructor

U.S. Navy

Instructed all officer ranks in aircraft systems, weapons, tactics, navigation, and mission planning.

  • Flew over 500 training sorties, over 1,500 flight hours, and 1,100 hours as pilot in command.
  • Qualified as a Special Operations Support Instructor, Sea Combat Instructor, Strike Instructor, Low Level and Formation Instructor, NATOPS Instructor, Standardization Pilot, and Instrument Check Instructor.
2007 - 2008

Standardization Officer

U.S. Navy

Responsible for qualifying new instructor pilots and ensuring all qualifications standards were met.

  • Increased new flight instructors by 40% from the previous year.
  • Chaired Standardization Board to ensure core instruction for all US Navy Flight Operations training.
2006 - 2007

Quality Assurance Officer

U.S. Navy

Directed maintenance on 16 aircraft and managed a staff of 43.

  • Led 37 inspectors to comply with Naval Aviation Maintenance Instructions.
  • Managed all safety requirements associated with maintenance and operations.

Avionics/Armament Division Officer

U.S. Navy

Managed three maintenance centers to address electrical, avionics, and armament requirements.

  • Turnaround a poorly performing unit to become best division in the squadron.
2005 - 2006

Helicopter Training School Coordinator

U.S. Navy
  • Maintained and distributed the syllabus to all helicopter wings in the Navy.




Olin School of Business, Washington University in St. Louis

Additional Eduation:

  • Completing requirements in Certified Production and Inventory Management
  • Holds U.S. Navy Lean Process/Six Sigma - Green Belt Certified
  • Holds a Commercial Pilot’s License and 3rd mate Unlimited Tonnage License.


U.S. Merchant Academy