About TLC


General McNeill retired from the Army in 2008, but wanted to continue to serve those in uniform. He has a long and distinguished record of service and has strong ties to the military, with key assignments as the Commanding General, 82nd Airborne Division, as well as the Commanding General, XVIII Airborne Corps and Fort Bragg. General McNeill served as the Commanding General, United States Army Forces Command, at Fort McPherson, Georgia, before his final overseas assignment as the Commander, International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), in Afghanistan. He is a highly decorated senior Army leader with combat experience in Vietnam, Panama, Iraq and Afghanistan.





Mr. Walsh joined TLC in 1997 as the Chief of Program Management, ascending to the role of President and Chief Executive Officer in 1999. He is a career Army logistician, serving in Operation Desert Storm with XVIII Airborne Corps, with assignments throughout the Army sustaining soldiers and weapon system readiness. He served on the leading edge of logistics automation modernization and supply management with fielding of the Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS) and development of the Material Release Order Control System (MROCS). His technical expertise and innovative approach to business management is reflected in the rapid growth of TLC from a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business with a single contract with the U.S. Army Quartermaster School valued at $25,000 to a multi-functional logistics and base operations support provider with revenue of more than $70 million annually. Under his leadership, TLC was recognized as one of America’s fastest growing companies in INC Magazine’s 2008 Top 5000 and as the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce 2010 Business of the Year.