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AAR Cadillac Manufacturing

201 Haynes Street

Cadillac, MI 49601

(231) 779-4808

Fax: (231) 779-4804

(800) 355-2015

Email: milsales@aarcorp.com

Web: www.aarcorp.com

J. Mark McDonald, President

Stephen W. Peckham, V.P. Military Marketing and Sales

Services: AAR Cadillac Manufacturing is a leading supplier of Rapid Deployment Equipment and components for the Department of Defense, other government agencies and commercial customers. We specialize in pallets, containers, and shelters which are used in every corner of the globe. AAR Cadillac Manufacturing also manufactures high security, weather-resistant storage and transit cases and trays to meet the various needs and dimensional requirements of our customers. We also are a leading supplier of composite panels and materials used by the aerospace and transportation industry, i.e., aircraft flooring, liners, bulkheads.

ABF Freight System, Inc.

3801 Old Greenwood Road

Fort Smith, AR 72903

David E. Stubblefield, President & CEO

Don Reynolds, Vice President, National Sales Leland O. Karras, Executive Director, Gov't Accts.

Web: www.abfs.com

(801) 355-2030

Services: Motor carrier.

Aldmyr Systems, Inc.

4200 Parliament Place

Suite 406

Lanham, MD 20706

(800) 359-4802

Fax: (301) 359-4802

Services: An information technology company specializing in business process reengineering and related systems for financial management. Aldmyr's primary focus is paperless travel and expense management. Through the revolution of PerDiemAzing[tm]. Aldmyr has continually set the pace in technology for paperless travel management.

Air Transport Association of America

1301 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 1100

Washington, DC 20004-1707

(202) 626-4218

Fax: (202) 626-4264

Carol B. Hallett, President & CEO

Nestor N. Pylypec, Vice President, Industry Services

Services: Trade association for U.S. scheduled airline industry and focal point for CRAF and WASP programs, National Airlift Policy matters, and air passenger and cargo transportation issues.

Alamo Rent A Car

200 S. Andrews Avenue, 7th Floor

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

(954) 320-6242

Fax: (954) 320-4036

Web: www.alamo.com

M.J. Safra, Manager, Commercial Government Marketing

Veronique DeBlois, Coordinator of Government Marketing

Services: Alamo operates in more than 500 locations around the globe. Alamo currently ranks third among US car rental companies in terms of fleet size and annual revenue, with a model year peak fleet of 150,000 cars in 1995. Alamo offers corporate rates for official government travel, and discounted leisure rates for active duty and retired military and federal government employees. For reservation information call 1-800-GO-ALAMO, or access us on-line.

Alaska Cargo Transport, Inc.

DBA Aloha Cargo Transport

6700 W. Marginal Way, SW

Seattle, WA 98106

(206) 762-5955

Fax: (206) 762-1041

(800) 327-7739

Web: www.jore.com

John Harlowe, Chairman

Larry Stauffer, President

Joe Sanders, Director Marketing

Richard (Max) Maxwell, General Manager

Pete Jones, Military Marketing/Customer Service

Services: ITB (Integrated Tug/Barge) Services to and from US Gulf and US East Coast to Mediterranean, Africa, South and Central America with 90,000 sq. ft. of Ro/Ro, container and breakbulk capacity. Tug and Barge Common Carrier Services to Alaska and Hawaii from Seattle; specializes in heavy lift and oversized cargoes; hazardous material transportation; carriage of ammunition; heavy equipment and vehicles; containerized and flatrack cargoes, etc. ACT is a subsidiary of The Jore Group, a complementary mix of companies involved in container and breakbulk operations, stevedoring, warehousing, household goods, leasing, etc. on the USWC, Hawaii, Pacific Area (Midway, Kwajalein, Wake, Guam, Johnston Atoll, etc.), Eastern Russia, Korea, Japan, Philippines, etc.

American Airlines

P.O. Box 619047, MD 1302

DFW Airport, TX 75261-9047

(972) 425-6979

Fax: (972) 425-6758

Web: www.aa.com

Donald Carty, Chairman/President and CEO

M.W. Gunn, Executive Vice President, Marketing

W.E. Quackenbush, Mgr., Worldwide Mil. and Gov't Sales

Randy Morrow, Manager, Military and Government Cargo (703) 419-7887

Services: Passenger and cargo air transportation.

American Automar, Inc.

6550 Rockspring Drive

Suite 300

Bethesda, MD 20817

(301) 571-0100

Fax: (301) 571-1455

Web: www.automar.com

J. William Charrier, President & CEO

Services: American Automar, Inc., based in Bethesda, Maryland, is a leading integrated shipowning and operating company providing sea-based support to the U.S.

American Express Government Services

8330 Boone Boulevard, No. 200

Vienna, VA 22182

(703) 933-6060

Fax: (703) 847-0378

Email: gary.k.karr@aexp.com

Virginia Curnal, VP General Manager

Donna Casey, Director, Account Development

Gary Karr, Manager, Account Development, DoD/NDTA Contact

Services: In spearheading the effort to redesign the travel management strategies for the nation's largest corporations, American Express helped our clients better understand their travel patterns. Our advanced management information capabilities allowed us to identify opportunities for cost savings and improved business practices. In every instance, we tailored our systems and processes to assist our customers in developing their optimal service approach. As a result of this close attention to the needs of our customers, American Express is the travel management agency of choice for many Fortune 100 companies. American Express recently made a similar commitment to become the U.S. Government's premier travel partner in the reinventing of Governmental travel. We applied the unparalleled experience we acquired in helping corporate America streamline their processes to developing solutions to address the increasingly complex travel challenges facing the U.S. Government. We have already streamlined processes for many of the Government agencies we serve. Additionally, we are the travel agency selected by MTMC to develop and implement the DoD's Defense Travel System. We are committed to extending and enhancing our partnership with the DoD and to establishing a state-of-the-art travel management services program: a program that will become the standard for Government and corporate travel well into the next century.

American Maritime Congress

1300 Eye Street, N.W.,

Suite 250-West

Washington, DC 20005

(202) 842-4900

Gloria Catanco Tosi, President

Admiral James B. Perkins, III, (USN, Ret.), Senior Military Advisor

Alan R. Severson, Vice President

Michael D. Mason, Director of Public Affairs

Prentiss Vallender Lay, Director of Legislative Affairs

Services: The American Maritime Congress (AMC) is a research and education group established in 1977 between the Marine Engineers Beneficial Association, AFL-CIO, and its contracted companies operating privately-owned U.S.-flag vessels in both the domestic and international commerce of the U.S.

AMO (American Maritime Officers)

2 West Dixie Highway

Dania, FL 33004

(954) 921-2221

Michael R. McKay, President

Washington Office

490 L'Enfant Plaza East SW, Suite 7204

Washington, DC 20024

(202) 479-1166

Edward V. Kelly, Vice President

Services: American Maritime Officers is a Maritime union that supplies licensed mates, engineers, and radio/electronic officers to US flag ocean, inland waterway, and Great Lakes companies. Our members man the FSS ships, the TAGOS, TAGOR, Sealift Tankers and many other ships under contract to the MSC. The RTM Center for Advanced Maritime Officers' Training, Dania, FL, is the home of the STAR Center, the most modern shiphandling simulator in the world. The union has offices in Dania (FL), New York, Washington, Philadelphia, Miami, New Orleans, Houston, and San Francisco.

American Road Line (AIPA)

P.O. Box 836

Moon Township, PA 15108

(412) 269-7480

Fax: (800) 252-1392


Terry Lynn, President, ARL Government Freight Division

Jackie Lynn, Vice President, Director of Operations

Services: 110 Terminal locations nationwide. Dedicated Government Division with equipment dedicated to DoD service. ARL maintains a wide range of equipment including dry vans, refrigerated trailers, flatbeds, tankers and specialized trailers for transporting any and all commodities ranging from over-dimensional loads, and hazardous materials to liquid and dry bulk.

American Roll-On Roll-Off Carriers

P.O. Box 8588

85 Chestnut Ridge Road

Montvale, NJ 07645

(201) 307-1626

Fax:(201) 307-9172

Raymond Ebeling, President

Anthony Ryan, V.P. and G.M.

Raymond Camarda, Manager Operations and Admin.

Services: ARC provides transatlantic American Flag Ro-Ro and Break Bulk transportation and logistics services.

American Shipbuilding Association

600 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE

Suite 305

Washington, DC 20003

(202) 544-8170

Fax: (202) 544-8252

Cynthia L. Brown, President

Services: Trade association representing the nation's largest private sector shipyards.

American Trans Air

P.O. Box 51609

Indianapolis Int'l Airport

Indianapolis, IN 46251-0609

Ship to: 7337 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46231

(317) 243-4150

Fax: (317) 243-4164

J. George Mikelsons, Chairman

John Tague, President & CEO

Jim Hlavacek, Executive Vice President and COO

Kenneth K. Wolff, Executive Vice President and CFO

Bob Perry, Vice President, Charter Sales

William G. Doherty, Director, Military & Gov't Affairs

Services: ATA is the largest charter passenger carrier in North America, and the 11th largest passenger carrier in the US. ATA offers both charter and scheduled services to over 350 domestic and international destinations annually. ATA is a leader for value in the leisure travel market, as well as a primary supplier of airlift for US Military travel. ATA's fleet mix includes: 24 B727-200 (173 seats), 11 B757-200 (216 seats), 14 L1011-50 (362 seats), 5 L1O11-500 (307 seats).

Anteon Corporation

3211 Jermantown Road

Suite 700

Fairfax, VA 22030

(703) 246-0200

Web: www.anteon.com

Joseph M. Kampf, President and CEO Mike Cogburn, Executive Vice President & COO

Services: Anteon Corporation, headquartered in Fairfax...

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