Mark was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio. After graduating from Woodward High School in 1974, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps where his successful military career spanned 23 years.  Mark served on active duty until his retirement in 1997. After retirement and the encouragement of his wife, Carlene, Mark completed his business administration degree from Averrett University, in Danville, Virginia. In 2008, after 10 years of working for large and small business defense contractors, and again encouragement from Carlene, Mark founded MLT Systems.  The foundation is based upon the premise that MLT Systems must do its part to, “Serve the Professional Men and Women who have been called upon to protect our Homeland”. 


Born in Plant City, FL; Jerry enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1982 and was selected for the Broadened Opportunity for Officer Selection and Training (BOOST) in 1987.  He was selected for the Marine Corps Enlisted Commissioning Educational Program (MECEP) completing his Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering Technology from Old Dominion University.  Upon his commissioning and completion of The Basic School (TBS), he attended Aircraft Maintenance Officer’s School in Pensacola, FL.  He served as an Aircraft Maintenance Officer (AMO) in Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 13 (MALS-13), VMA-214, NATEC, and MALS-12.  His aviation maintenance experience included Division Officer, Maintenance/Material Control Officer, NATEC Detachment OIC, Assistant Aircraft Maintenance Officer, and Operations Officer.  He was selected to attend the Naval Postgraduate School and received a Master’s Degree in Management with a specialization in Logistics 2002.  He was assigned to Marine Corps Systems Command as the Lead Acquisition Logistician for Ground Command and Control Systems (GC2) and fielded a number of C2 systems in support of Operation OIF/OEF.  He was reassigned to DC I&L in 2005 as the MAGTF Logistics Integration Action Officer and managed the reorganization of the FSSG to the MLG as a member of the LOGMOD Transition Task Force.  He retired in 2006 after 24 years of service.  Since 2006, Jerry has worked as a defense contractor for both large and small business firms providing support for Marine Corps Systems Command across all competency areas.  He is a certified Project Management Professional, certified Life Cycle Logistician, and Demonstrated Master Logistician.  He joined MLT Systems in 2013 as a Program Manager and was later designated the Director of Programs overseeing all contract support requirements for MLT Systems.  In January 2016, Jerry was promoted to Vice President of MLT Systems.  


Dan was born and raised in Fairfax, Virginia and is a 2007 graduate for George Mason University with a degree in Communication.   He joined MLT Systems in 2011, after spending time as a copy editor and later as a tax assistant.  This experience has served him well in the detail-oriented world of contracts management.  In addition to Contracts, Dan also serves as the MLT Systems FSO and oversees the IT Department.


Dirk was born in Pawnee Illinois. He spent 20 years in the Marine Corps serving primarily as an infantry officer. He did operational tours in all four Marine divisions and served in several staff positions. He completed a tour as the infantry weapons project officer at the Marine Corps Systems Command. In this capacity he was the life cycle manager for the Corps wide inventory of rifles, pistols, shotguns, and precision weapons. He also managed multiple acquisition efforts to modernize the small arms inventory.  Since his retirement he has worked as a support contractor. He has consulted with and assisted project and program managers at the Veterans’ Benefits Administration, the Administrative Office of the US Courts, TSA, and US Customs. While working within MCSC He supported C4I, and infantry weapons programs. His proudest effort was supporting the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Joint Program Office - the largest land vehicle program since World War II – that saved thousands of lives during the global war on terror. Dirk has a Master’s of Science in Systems Management, is a certified Project Management Professional, and is designated Level III in Program Management under DAWIA. Dirk joined MLT in January 2017 and currently is the Business Unit Manager for Acquisition Services.