IAP Worldwide Services has named John Campbell, a retired U.S. Army general; Herbert “Hawk” Carlisle, a retired U.S. Air Force general; and Mike Rogers, former congressman; to its board of directors.
IAP CEO Terry DeRosa said in a statement Campbell, Carlisle and Rogers bring to the board insight, business acumen, military leadership and experience that would help the government technical services and logistics contractor broaden its scope and expand its global presence.
Campbell is a 37-year Army veteran who retired from service in 2016. His military career included such roles as commander of resolute support and U.S. Forces-Afghanistan; vice chief of staff; and 101st airborne division commanding general.
Carlisle, a nearly four-decade Air Force veteran, most recently served as head of the Air Combat Command. He also served as air component commander of the U.S. Pacific Command and chief of the Pacific Air Forces.
Rogers served as a representative of Michigan’s 8th congressional district and chaired the House Intelligence Committee during his time in Congress. He is a former Army officer and FBI special agent. He is a national security commentator for CNN and producer and host of the network’s Declassified documentary series.