Mr. Guy Beougher

Guy C. Beougher
Deputy Director
DLA Logistics Operations

Guy C. Beougher is the deputy director of the Defense Logistics Agency Logistics Operations.  DLA Logistics Operations is responsible for the end-to-end supply chain management of DLA’s nine supply chains, providing logistics and materiel process management policy, guidance, oversight and monitoring of supply chain performance.

Prior to his current position, Beougher served as deputy commander of Defense Logistics Agency Energy from May 2017 to May 2019. As deputy commander, he was responsible for providing the Department of Defense and other government agencies with comprehensive energy solutions in the most effective and efficient manner possible.  He also served as the executive director of Operations in DLA’s Logistics Operations where he coordinated and synchronized day-to-day current operations of DLA’s worldwide logistics, acquisition and technical support services in support of Combatant Commands, military services, federal, state, and civil agencies, and foreign governments.

Beougher has served 39 years in combined military and federal civilian service, seven years in the Senior Executive Service.  His experience includes 15 years overseas in leadership and logistics positions during tours of duty in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kosovo, Bosnia, Germany, Korea and Canada.  Mr. Beougher led soldiers and civilians at every level from a platoon of 65 truck drivers through full colonel and Senior Executive Service Tier II.  Commanded a Support Brigade of over 4000 logisticians and as Tier II SES in a Four Star Command led a logistics staff responsible for policy supporting over 448,000 soldiers and 13,000 civilians.  Other key assignments include civilian deputy to the Deputy Commanding General for Support, U.S. Forces Afghanistan, Kabul, Afghanistan and senior research fellow, Center for Joint and Strategic Logistics, National Defense University, Washington, D.C.

Beougher has two Masters of Science degrees; national resource strategy from National Defense University, Washington, DC; and the other, in materiel acquisition management from Florida Institute of Technology, Fort Lee, Virginia. He has a Bachelor in Science in business administration from Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas.

His civilian and military awards includes: Superior Civilian Service Medal (two awards), Global War on Terrorism Civilian Service Medal; Army Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit Medal (three awards), Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (six awards) and Army Commendation Medal (five Awards).

Beougher is certified in Life Cycle Logistics at Level III under the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act.