Dr. Adam Reiman, Assistant Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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Dr. Adam D. Reiman is a distinguished graduate of the United States Air Force Academy earning his Bachelor of Science in Astronautical Engineering. He graduated with a Masters in Military Management from Touro University and a Masters in Logistics Management through the Advanced Study of Air Mobility program at Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst.  He also holds a Doctorate in Logistics from the Air Force Institute of Technology.  He was a C-130 Instructor Pilot, Chief of Plans and Programs at Little Rock Air Force Base and Al Udeid Air Base, Global Operations Director and Chief of Flight Management for the 618th Air Operations Center, and the Dean of Students and the Associate Dean for the Graduate School of Engineering and Management. He is an assistant professor with expertise in operational energy, logistics, modeling and simulation.

Dr. Reiman and his wife Heather have four children, Michaela, Ben, Sage and Aiden.


B.S., Astronautical Engineering, 1995, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO M.B.A., Military Management, 2006, Touro University International, Cypress, CA
M.S., Logistics  Management, 2009, Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright Patterson AFB, OH
Ph.D., Logistics, 2014, Air Force Institute ofTechnology, Wright Patterson AFB, OH


Carlson, N. J., Reiman, A. D., Overstreet, R. E., & Douglas, M. A. (2018). Load planning processes to enhance cargo compartment utilization. Journal of Defense Analytics and Logistics, 1(2), 137-150.

 Maywald, J. D., Reiman, A. D., Overstreet, R. E., Johnson, A. W. (2018) Aircraft selection modeling: a multi-step heuristic to enumerate airlift alternatives.  Annals of Operations Research, 1-21.

 Maywald, J., Reiman, A., Johnson A. & Overstreet, R. (2017). The myth of strategic and tactical airlift. Air and Space Power Journal.

 Reiman, A. D. (2014). Enterprise analysis of strategic airlift to obtain competitive advantage through fuel efficiency. Air Force Institute of Technology School of Engineering and Management.

 Reiman, A., Main, B. & Anderson, B. (2013). Enhancing airlift fuel efficiency through increased utilization of cargo capacity.  The Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation: Applications, Methodology, Technology, 12(1), 19-29.

 Reiman, A., Johnson, A., & Cunningham, W. (2011). Competitive advantage and fuel efficiency in aviation. Journal of Transportation Management, 22(2), 75-91.

 Reiman, A. D. (2009). AMC’s Hydrogen Future: Sustainable Air Mobility. Air Force Institute of Technology School of Engineering and Management.



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