Stewart C. Niblack was born in Mobile, Alabama. Entered Air Force--1981; deployed with 474th AMU Operation Urgent Fury--1983; 1984--assigned 58th Aircraft Maintenance Unit--Won the prestigious Top Gun competition (1984); 1991--Attained Bachelor’s Degree with Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Professional Aeronautics--deployed again during Operation Desert Shield. Set several career bench marks in logistics, safety, hazardous waste collection and training programs. Excelling with new challenges hand-picked to review and rewrite instructions in inspection & maintenance procedures, logistics and mobilization—nominated Maintenance Professional of the Year in 1994. Retired Honorably in August 2005, with Accommodation Medal, National Defense Service Medal & Two Achievement Awards. His coordinated efforts helped his units attain the Presidential Unit Citation Award over seven times in his military career.
Hired January 2006 as Site Services Coordinator for Austal USA in his home town of Mobile, Alabama. Quickly promoted to Site Services Manager—oversaw construction of two Hawaiian Super-ferries and the 1st Littoral Combat Ships for the US Navy. On board as 1st launch filmed by National Geographic.
In March 2007, hired as Camp Exec on Camp Kinser in the Camp Services office. Quickly moving up the chain working for several government agencies including DoD Housing as a Housing Inspector, Marine Corps Community Services as a Facilities Maintenance Branch Operations Chief, DODEA as Administrative Officer of two schools on Okinawa, Defense Contract Audit Agency Space as a Facilities planner and now back on Okinawa for 4th tour as the Camp Director for Camps Courtney and McTureous.
Mr. Niblack holds a Master’s Degree in Business Management with the University of Phoenix. He and his wife have seven children and 14 Grandchildren.