ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- The SPECTRUM Group (TSG) is pleased to announce that retired Army Major General Jeffrey Schloesser has joined our firm. General Schloesser’s impressive background in both military and consulting services makes him a valuable addition to TSG.
“General Schloesser adds still another dimension to the extensive capabilities of The SPECTRUM Group’s consulting arm,” says Retired Navy Vice Admiral Stephen Loftus, TSG’s Chairman and CEO. “His extensive knowledge of Army Aviation and Strategic Planning will be an important asset to our clients. We are delighted to have him on board.”
General Schloesser’s military career spanned 34 years. He was the first director of the War on Terror planning cell within the Department of Defense after the attacks on September 11th. He was Deputy Director of the National Counter Terrorism Center, and established the Strategic Operational Planning Division to lead and coordinate interagency planning of the war against terrorism. Prior to retirement, he was Director of Army Aviation. General Schloesser also served as Commanding General, 101st Airborne Division and Regional Command-East in Afghanistan for 15 months and from 2003-2004 he was Assistant Division Commander of the 101st Airborne Division in Iraq.
Major General Schloesser has lived for over five years in the Middle East and Southwest Asia and speaks conversational Arabic. His previous position as President of a mid-size airline included P&L responsibility, operations and marketing, and relationships with the FAA and DOD.
“Jim is an exceptionally experienced combat Commander and thorough leader of Army Aviation and Counter Terrorism Strategy. We are lucky to have him on our team,” said retired Army Lieutenant General John Caldwell, head of TSG’s Army Team.
TSG, headquartered in Alexandria, VA, is a small business widely recognized as one of the premier consulting firms in Washington. TSG is a dynamic alliance of 125 members including 40 former flag officers coupled with former Senior Executives, other federal agencies, the private sector, and Capitol Hill focused on meeting their clients’ toughest issues.
General Schloesser can be reached at (703) 683-4222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.