Redline Resource Group, LLC
Redline Aerospace- Aerospace Aviation Logistics
Redline Resource Group, LLC, a professional service company, was formed in 2011. Redline headquarters is in Norfolk, Virginia. Redline’s primary customers are the Federal Government Prime Contractors. Redline provides professional services in its core competencies of Aviation Logistics and Program Management. The types of services we provide:
- Packing & Shipping
- Supply Maintenance Inventory
- Storage and Warehouse
- Aviation/Aerospace Logistics
Redline’s Team consists of highly trained and motivated professionals, each with recognized expertise in their respective fields and determined to provide superior, cost-effective professional services. At Redline we not only strive for new customers, we do what is necessary to retain our existing customers.
“Customer Service is our #1 Priority”
Logistics Operations. Redline has teamed up with Sector One on various projects. This team works on various types of builds anything from modular offices to large scale construction project building man camps to office space and living quarters. A large amount of this work has been done in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Selena Tyree (Acquisition, Technology and Logistics) has joined the Redline management team in a Senior Advisor capacity. Selena is fully committed to the successful management of our contracting efforts. As a former military sub-contractor, she worked with the flight squadrons. She managed an organization of civilian contractors with a million-dollar budget. In this role, she established a major precedent by implementing outsourcing contracts for prime local contractors. She also served as Vice President of Murphy’s Construction, where she oversaw major private-sector projects. She partnered with Rudolph Construction and Pinnacle Construction Inc. on various projects. Private contracting generating over $100 million in the first 12 months of operations.
Kenneth L. Sanford, one of the leading management team members is a retired U.S. Marine with over twenty years of military experience and accumulated knowledge. During his distinguished career, Ken earned numerous citations, awards and commendations for outstanding performance in the area of logistics and combat operations. At the onset of 1990 Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Ken Sanford planned, organized and implemented the mobilization of the first US Marine Corps units into Saudi Arabia for combat operations. Ken Sanford worked for DynCorp as a Senior Technical Recruiter. In this capacity he managed DynCorp’s $2 billion share of the State Department’s Worldwide Personal Protective Services (WPPS) contract in Iraq and Afghanistan. The WPPS program is an effort by the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, High Threat Protection Division (HTP) to deploy civilian contractors and provide security details to protect US government officials and high level dignitaries of foreign governments.