Martin Schweitzer: Accomplishments
Martin Schweitzer has developed, coordinated, and implemented the Global Force Management Allocation process for the United States Military. This process provides military resources from all military services in support of the 11 combatant commands to address our national security interests while balancing global risk.
Responsible for the training and readiness for the Army’s most ready Division. This training included integration of live/virtual/constructive/gaming training environments; achieved all directed mission requirements for 22k Soldiers within a $80M annual budget. Hand Selected to manage the Nation’s day to day global security challenges.
Joint Systems Integration
Deputy Commander of a Division in combat integrating all four Joint Services, National Guard, Reserve, Interagency, Special Operations capabilities and 11 NATO and Partnered Nations including numerous enhanced classified systems.
Led at every level in our Army from 30 person organizations to a 22K person organization. Developed leader development programs at every level in the Army, culminating in the implementation of a leader development program for the Afghan Army and Police.
Coordinated and integrated the Army’s overall congressional strategy relations in the United States Senate for the 109th Congress; facilitated achievement of all major Army legislative objectives with the 2009 National Defense Authorization Act. Worked day to day with Chiefs of Staff in every Member’s office to inform the civilian leadership.
As the Deputy Director for Regional Operations on the Joint Staff (JS), served as the primary interface between the JS and Office of the Secretary of Defense, Policy on all on-going and emerging security issues. This daily interface directly shaped and influenced, national security policy.