Donald Wantz [USMC Ret.]
Master Gunnery Sgt.
Donald Wantz, retired from the United States Marine Corps and Marine Corps Reserve after thirty six and half years of dedicated service. Over the years he served as the Senior Intelligence Chief as well as becoming an expert in nuclear weapon proliferation and special operations.
When not on active duty he worked for the Bechtel Corporation constructing and starting up nuclear, fossil fuel and geothermal electric generation facilities. At Bechtel he developed international engineering contacts from around the world that had nuclear interests. His contacts are at all levels of management as well as knowing the first hand decision makers for the private sector, U.S. Government and various governments throughout the world.
Because of his long tenure with the U.S Marines (nine service stripes) he is considered an expert within the intelligence community regarding nuclear weapons proliferation (WMD) special operations and physical, port and harbor security.
Other business accomplishments include working as a consultant to companies with unique new environmental products, technologies and services. He developed new business with federal, state and local governments and their prime contractors while getting various products, technologies and equipment listed with the U.S.EPA, DLA, U.S. Navy NELP and other agencies of the government.
He created turbine/generator scram reduction and power ascension test programs that cut five weeks off the schedule an generated approximately $1 million a day in additional revenue for his client.
His military accomplishments include the development and implementation of an analytical program for the evaluation of the nuclear capabilities of Iraq and other pertinent countries throughout the region for the U.S. Marine Corps during Operation Desert Shield. His efforts resulted in reports that were utilized in the development of Marine Corps policies for Desert Storm. He also produced information that was used in the development of strategic operations by the U.S. Department of Defense and coalition forces while assigned to the Joint Intelligence Center in the Pentagon during Operation Desert Storm.
Donald Wantz has extensive hands on experience through solid contributions in construction engineering development and utilization of state-of-the art technology. A results-oriented track record of contributions, transferable skills and profitable accomplishments are further complemented by key strengths in areas such as business development, new product introduction, project management, start-up, turn around situations, program development, implementation strategies which have increased revenues and profits for his many clients.