Senior Associate

Bob Danko


Robert "Bob" Danko is a senior associate with Command Strategies, specializing in military logistics, energy initiatives, program management, procurement and tactical vehicles. Bob joined the Command Strategies team after serving 28 years with the U.S. Marine Corp. He retired at the rank of Colonel, after having spent the past four years as the Director, Logistics Integration Division, Capabilities Development Directorate in Quantico, Virginia. In this capacity, he was responsible for the program management and oversight of 50 major programs valued at over $10 billion. He also had responsibility for more than 20 Joint Capabilities Integration Development System documents that serve as the basis and authorization for attaining new equipment. In addition, Bob led development and implementation of an enduring plan for the use of more than 3,600 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles and was an integral leader in the development and implementation of the Commandant of the Marine Corps' Energy Strategy and Initial Capabilities Document that sets forth the guidance and direction for the Marine Corps' current energy initiatives.


Bob was deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraq Freedom as the Marine Logistics Group Forward Logistics Officer and the Camp Mayor of Al Taqaddum, Iraq. During that time, he executed more than $95 million in contracts and purchases that significantly improved the safety and quality of life.


During the course of his military career, Bob held a numerous command assignments, including Tank Platoon Commander, Tank Company Executive Officer, 3rd Tank Battalion (1984-1986); Commanding Officer, Headquarters Company, Weapons Field Training Command (1992-1993); Commanding Officer, Combat Service Support Detachment–34, 3rd Force Service Support Group (1998); Executive Officer, Marine Wing Support Squadron 373 (1995-1996); Executive Officer, Headquarters and Service Battalion, 3rd Force Service Support Group (1999-2000); Inspector Instructor, 6th Motor Transport Battalion (2003-2005).


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