National Defense Transportation Association Honors AMU with Distinguished Service Award
Charles Town, W.Va., September 23, 2010 – American Military University (AMU), an American Public University System (APUS) institution, today announced that it has been honored by the National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA) with a 2010 NDTA Distinguished Service Award. The award was presented as part of NDTA’s International Awards Luncheon at the organization’s annual conference this week in Washington, DC.
“Our core mission is to advance the knowledge of global logistics and transportation, and facilitate knowledge-sharing between government and industry,” said NDTA President Kenneth R. Wykle, LTG, USA (Ret.). “American Military University has provided invaluable assistance to us in fulfilling this educational mission to foster a strong and efficient global logistics and transportation system in support of national security.”
NDTA is a non-political, non-profit educational association of government, military, and industry professionals dedicated to fostering a strong and efficient global logistics and transportation system in support of our economy and national security. It serves as a vital link among the armed forces, government and industry on current matters of logistics, transportation, travel, distribution, and security.
“I’m honored to accept this prestigious award on behalf of my colleagues at American Military University,” said APUS President & CEO Dr. Wallace E. Boston. “NDTA is a valued partner and we're pleased to collaborate with them on helping educate their members on key security-related issues in global logistics and transportation management."