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Charlie Hamilton provides a broad range of strategic, acquisition, management, technical, logistics, and training support to international security assistance, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Department of Homeland Security programs. Service offerings include strategic planning, management, and technical support for program acquisition, life cycle management, foreign military sales case development and management, and technology management and policy. He leads our engineering services advanced weapons modernization and sustainment division with international F-16 and Randolph Air Force Base training division clients.
Charlie retired from the Navy in 2007 after 33 years of service to become a principal at Booz Allen. Prior to joining the firm, he acquired more than 13 years of program manager and program executive officer experience in Navy shipbuilding. He was a proven financial manager and strategic planner, executing a $67B budget. He also demonstrated performance in design, development, source selection, contracting, production, fleet introduction, and life cycle management of 14 new construction ship classes and 180 in-service ships.
He earned a B.S. in zoology from Duke University. His graduate education includes the Naval Postgraduate School, where he graduated with distinction receiving a M.A. in national security affairs, and the National War College where he graduated with distinction and was awarded an M.S. national security strategy.
He serves as a director on the board of the National Capitol Council, U.S. Navy League, and Surface Navy Association.
Profile Updated April 2015.