Gary S. Nenninger
Vice President, Army Aviation Programs
L-3 Communications Corporation, Huntsville Operations
Mr. Gary S. Nenninger is Vice President for Army Aviation Programs for L-3 Communications Corporation, working out of the Huntsville, AL Operations Office. He represents Integrated Systems, Electronic Systems, and Com Systems Groups in this capacity.
Mr. Nenninger is responsible for representing and communicating L-3 corporate capabilities and programs for all three groups he represents to the Army, as well as planning, coordinating and implementing strategies for pursuit of business opportunities in all sectors of L-3.
In addition to his responsibilities with L-3, Mr. Nenninger also serves as President of the Tennessee Valley Chapter of the Army Aviation Association of America.
Prior to this position with L-3, Mr. Nenninger retired as a member of the Senior Executive Service (SES) after 34 years as a Department of Army Civilian. As a certified Acquisition professional, Mr. Nenninger served as a leader, executive and program manager in several high profile programs. At the time of his retirement, he was serving as the G-3, Deputy to the Commander for Operations for the US Army Aviation and Missile Command in Redstone Arsenal, AL. He was responsible for all current and future operations, strategic planning, independent analyses, and acted as the Command financial adviser. He provided executive management for Aviation Field Maintenance, Condition Based Maintenance, Aviation Reset, Missile Demilitarization, and the Logistics Support Facility. He served a two year term as the Chairman of the Joint Aviation Logistics Commanders’ Working Board during this period, also.
Before his selection to SES, Mr. Nenninger served as the Board Select Project Manager for Aviation Systems in the Program Executive Office for Aviation. Previously, he was the Deputy Program Manager for Apache Attack Helicopter, also in the PEO for Aviation. During the period from 1975 through 1991, he performed various acquisition and logistics assignments mostly in support of Army Aviation.
Mr. Nenninger received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri St. Louis in 1974. He is a graduate of the Department of Defense Executive Program Manager’s Course, Level III Certified.
Mr. Nenninger and his wife Bonnie reside in Madison, Al.