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JoEtta Fisher

Joint Munitions Command
Executive Director for Ammunition and the Deputy to the Commander
Munitions Executive Summit

Ms. JoEtta Fisher currently serves as the Executive Director for Ammunition and the Deputy to the Commander for the Joint Munitions Command.  JMC is responsible for the management of $57 billion of munitions and missiles.  JMC manages plants that produce more than 800 million rounds of ammunition annually and depots that store the nation's ammunition for training and combat.

Fisher is the organization’s senior civilian responsible for the command’s mission to distribute, store, demilitarize and produce ammunition for joint services and coalition partners to sustain worldwide readiness.  She also serves as the Ammunition Management (CP-33) Career Program Representative for JMC. 

Prior to this position, Fisher served as the Deputy for the Munitions and Logistics Readiness Center at JMC.  In that role, she had responsibility for providing joint conventional munitions acquisition sustainment, readiness and logistics direction for all U.S. military services and international partners.

Other previous assignments include the Director of Supply Planning for JMC and the Deputy Chief of Staff for the Munitions and Logistics Readiness Center and various inventory and logistics management assignments associated with munitions readiness.

Fisher is a native of Moline, Ill., and a graduate of Truman State University, Kirksville, Mo., with a degree in business management.  She completed the Ammunition Management internship with the Defense Ammunition Center.

She is Level III Army Acquisition Corps (AAC) certified in logistics and Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certified.  She has been awarded the Ordnance Order of Samuel Sharpe and the Meritorious Civilian Service Award.