CT Defense Announces Formation of its Board of Directors

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General Mike Barbero Leads Slate of Distinguished Experts in Military, Healthcare and Policy Sectors

“As we continue to combat the COVID-19 pandemic with our innovative infrastructure solutions, our leadership will help pave the way for CT Defense’s Mobile Medical and Command Units to lead rapid response and recovery at the state and local levels.”

CT Defense, a global mobile infrastructure manufacturer, today announced the formation of its board of directors which will include General Mike Barbero; General Paul Weaver; Stephanie Fast; and, Robert O’Brien.

“Our board members represent some of the brightest minds in the military, healthcare and policy sectors” said Michael Sayre, U.S. President for CT Defense. “As we continue to combat the COVID-19 pandemic with our innovative infrastructure solutions, our leadership will help pave the way for CT Defense’s Mobile Medical and Command Units to lead rapid response and recovery at the state and local levels.”

Leading the Board is Mike Barbero, a retired US Army Lieutenant General, and career Infantry leader. General Barbero has served in a wide variety of leadership assignments and has commanded forces at every grade, from Lieutenant to Lieutenant General. While a General officer in the US Army, he spent 46 months in Iraq over 3 separate combat tours of duty.

“CT Defense is poised to play a critical role in disaster response in the United States and Internationally. I’ve witnessed, first-hand, how important a flexible, fast solution can be during my time as Commanding General of Fort Polk, Louisiana, during Hurricanes Katrina and Rita,” said Barbero. “Throughout the reaction to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, it was a challenge for Federal and State officials to provide mobile, world-class command and control and medical care. With CT Defense’s mobile infrastructure solutions I see the future of disaster relief and look forward to contributing to a company that will be a major player in improving how governments react to natural and manmade crises.”

CT Defense’s product lineup includes two models, Mobile Command Units (MCUs) and Mobile Medical Units (MMUs), which are designed to be autonomous for up to 20 days in rough and rugged environments, and can operate as easily in a disaster zone as they can in a parking lot. Each model is 100 KM/HR wind-tested, offers lock-down mode, and has 24/7/365 security monitoring.

About CT Defense
CT Defense specialty vehicles offer sophisticated, next-generation solutions for the military, medical and disaster preparedness industries. Founded in 1978 under parent company, Traylfer, it employs 350 people globally. Headquartered in Seattle, WA, the company has built over 5,000 vehicles in its over 40 years of business, and over two decades serving the defense industry. https://ctdefense.co/

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