|Audit||Compensation||Corporate Governance and Nominating||Executive|
|James S. Gilmore III|
|Gregory G. Johnson|
Admiral Gregory G. Johnson, USN (Ret.) (Outside Director) former Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Africa, and Commander in Chief, Allied (NATO) Forces Southern Europe. Retired from the U.S. Navy in 2004, Admiral Johnson founded Snow Ridge Associates, a provider of strategic advice and counsel. During his 36-year naval career Admiral Johnson rose through the ranks to four star Admiral, most recently responsible for naval operations throughout the 91 nations and adjacent seas of the European and African Area of Responsibility, including support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom, and developed substantive policy level relationships with many of those 91 nations. NATO duties included operational level command of the peace support operations in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo, as well as NATO missions in Macedonia, Albania and other southeastern European nations.
Admiral Johnson oversaw the successful implementation of NATO's Operation Active Endeavor, assumed command of the NATO Response Force at the Istanbul Summit in June 2004 and was responsible for the establishment of NATO's training support mission in Iraq. He was also assigned to several senior policy positions in Washington, most notably serving as the executive assistant to the Chairman, Joint Chief of Staff (1992 to 1993) and military assistant to the Secretary of Defense (1999 to 2000). Admiral Johnson also serves on the board of directors of Integrian, Inc.
|Richard L. Leatherwood|
|James L. Pavitt|
|Warren R. Phillips|
|Charles P. Revoile|
|William Scott Wallace|
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