Maytag Aircraft Corporation

TESTIMONIAL

“It has been my pleasure to work with the personnel and staff of Maytag Aircraft Corporation at Al Udied Air Base. Your team of professionals’ daily contributions made a huge difference in our ability to support the war fighter. They provided outstanding service to us as we worked long days and nights to meet the daily demands of supporting the mission. We couldn’t have achieved these success without working together.”

- Stanley Walker, Chief Master Sergeant, USAF

Maytag Aircraft Corporation is a U.S. Government services contractor, providing essential operations and maintenance services ranging from aircraft refueling, bulk fuel storage management and air terminal and ground handling to base operating support at multiple international and domestic U.S. military locations.

Maytag Aircraft is one of the largest providers of Air Terminal & Ground Handling Services to the US Air Force Air Mobility Command worldwide.

Since its founding in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1950, Maytag Aircraft has successfully completed more than 400 government contracts. Since 1993, Maytag Aircraft operated facilities have received the prestigious API Award more frequently than any other operator. The U.S. Air Force rates Maytag Aircraft's past performance record as “very good to exceptional,” the highest ratings possible.

On behalf of the U.S. military, Maytag Aircraft Corporation has operated at installations and locations throughout the Continental United States, Central and South America, Asia, Europe, the Mediterranean and the Middle East.

Maytag Aircraft has assisted the U.S. military on operations of international importance from Bosnia to Iraq and has been responsible for refueling the Navy’s precision flight team, the Blue Angels, as well as Air Force One. For an in-depth look at Maytag Aircraft Corporation’s U.S. military service please visit www.maytagaircraft.com.

If you are interested in putting Maytag Aircraft Corporation to work for you, please contact: Dave Nelson, Executive Vice President at: maytaginfo@maytagaircraft.com.

Maytag Aircraft Corporation’s Board of Directors

Outside Directors serving on Maytag Aircraft Corporation's Board of Directors include retired U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Peter M. Hekman, Jr., and retired U.S. Army Major General Dennis M. Kenneally.

Vice Admiral Pete Hekman (ret.) is a forty-year veteran of the U.S. Navy, held the Command of the largest, most complex Material Command in the Department of Defense at its time: the Naval Sea Systems Command, responsible for the design, acquisition and life cycle support of all ships, submarines and craft in the Navy. Admiral Hekman oversaw 100,000 personnel and a $25 billion annual budget. Other Flag Officer assignments included: Deputy Commander for Surface Combatants and Aircraft Carriers, Naval Sea Systems Command; Deputy Director, National Military Command Center, Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Command of the Navy’s largest Cruiser Destroyer Group, among others. He has also served as a member of the Secretary of the Navy’s Executive Board and as Deputy Assistant CNO for Navy Research, Development, Test & Evaluation. In civilian life, he served as a Senior Executive in the US Department of Energy, as President of Babcock & Wilcox of Ohio, and as Vice President of SYNTEK Technologies, Inc. Admiral Hekman is a member and former Chair of the Military Affairs Advisory Committee of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce. He currently serves as a board member of the six-state Southwest Defense Alliance.

Major General Dennis Kenneally (ret.), a Vietnam veteran, is the former Commanding General of the California Army National Guard, the largest, most tasked Army National Guard force in the nation. He has also served in two Presidential administrations (as the Associate Administrator of the Veterans Administration and as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force) and has served as a member of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s State Terrorism and Threat Advisory Group of the Office of Homeland Security. In civilian life, he was vice president of a large international multi-service company providing private security and facilities management services and President & CEO of Center for Technical Services, Inc.