ATAC - Airborne Tactical Advantage Company

Jeffrey Parker   JEFFREY PARKER
Jeffrey Parker is the co-founder of ATAC and has managed the company since inception. He was instrumental in laying the foundation for the growth of outsourced tactical airborne services to the US military, enabling the Department of Defense's air forces to save millions of taxpayer dollars while both increasing combat capability, and simultaneously extending fighter fleet service life. As a result of his vision and leadership, ATAC is the industry leader, executing more than the equivalent of an Air Force fighter squadron's yearly flying hour program, employing a composite wing's equivalent variety of aircraft, and spanning greater than a major military command's geographic area of responsibility.
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Scott Stacy   SCOTT STACY
Scott "Brillo" Stacy is a retired Colonel with over 24 years of service with the U.S. Air Force (USAF) and Air National Guard. A Command pilot with over 4,000 hours, he is a Graduate of the USAF Fighter Weapons Instructor Course and recipient of the USAF Francis Gabreski Award and Dadaelian Outstanding Fighter Pilot award. In addition to operational experience he served with the 422 Test and Evaluation Squadron as a pilot and program manager, and was a USAF Fighter Weapons School F-15 Instructor Pilot. Following the Weapons School he served as both a Squadron and Wing Weapons Officer with the 325th Fighter Wing, and then worked on the Air Combat Command (ACC) staff in ACC Special Projects responsible for F-15 requirements as well as several Special Access Programs to include F-22 and F-35 operational issues.
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Jeff Stewart   JEFF STEWART
Mr. Stewart joined ATAC in 2010 as Director of Finance and Controller. He has a strong background based on formal education and a progressive 14-year career in the financial management field with several prominent organizations. Prior to joining ATAC, Mr. Stewart spent 4 years with ITT Corporation, a top 10 Defense Contractor in New York in various roles with his last being Business Area Director of Finance responsible for five locations across the U.S..
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Mark Hubbard   MARK HUBBARD
Mark "Mutha" Hubbard is a retired Captain with 28 years of service with the U.S. Navy. A combat veteran with over 5000 tactical flight hours, 5 carrier deployments, over 700 arrested landings, and has over 4000 hours in all Type Models of the FA-18 Hornet. Mutha was the former Commodore of Strike Fighter Wing Pacific Commodore and Commanding Officer of Strike Fighter Squadron 151 where he led the first coalition strikes of Operation Iraqi Freedom into Iraqi on March 21, 2003. Mutha began his Naval career with VA-52 flying the venerable A6E Intruder, LSO cross-trained in F-14 Tomcat with VF-124, and later transitioned to FA-18 Hornets with VMFAT-101 where he served as an Instructor and Fleet Replacement Squadron Landing Signals Officer. He completed operational tours with VMFA-314, CAG Paddles tour with Carrier Air Wing Eleven, and a Department Head tour with VFA-115.
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