NDTA combines the transportation industry's manpower and skills with the

expertise of those in government and our military transportation specialists

 
 

CHAPTER OFFICERS

EVENTS SCHEDULE

SCHOLARSHIPS

MEMBERSHIP INFO

MEETING MINUTES

MEMBERSHIP APP

NDTA SURVEY

SITE LINKS

COMMENTS

 

Contact Information

Phone

(302) 677-5004

Postal Address

Delmarva NDTA

P.O. Box 02060

Dover, DE 19902

Electronic Mail

daniel.hampton@dover.af.mil

Webmaster

tim.devine@comcast.net

 

 

 

Notice !!! April's NDTA monthly luncheon location has changed to Chinatown Buffet !!!

 

 

News & Notes

 
2006 was a very busy and productive year.  Hard work paid off for the Delmarva chapter.  The annual golf tournament in September added over $1200 to the treasury.  We also received recognition as being the Category I International Chapter of the Year as well as the International Category I A35 Chapter of the Year.  Last but not least, chapter treasurer Mr. Jim Ewing received a Distinguished Service Award to boot! Congratulations!
 

February 2007 Meeting Minutes are Posted !

 

National NDTA Job Referral program is a means of posting resumes though the NDTA website for potential employers http://www.ndtahq.com/job_referrals.htm

 
SDDC Symposium & NDTA EXPO
April 23-27 2007 - Orlando, Florida
 
National Defense Transportation Association
61st Annual Forum & Expo
September 15 - 19, 2007   Charleston, South Carolina
 

About Us

  • The National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA) is an educational, non-profit, world-wide organization, equipped to combine the transportation industry's manpower and skills with the expertise of those in government and military to achieve the mutual objective of a strong and responsive transportation capability.
     

  • NDTA links all segments of the transportation industry through its 66 chapters in cities throughout the United States and in 10 countries. The Association membership, totaling more than 8,000 represents the users, manufacturers, mode carriers, information technology and related military, government and civil interests.
     

  • NDTA coordinates programs and activities among the commercial industry executives and their counterparts in the government and military. This is accomplished through special Committees which design action programs in emergency transportation preparedness, government advisory assistance and research.
     

  • NDTA Committees offer assistance to U.S. Government agencies such as the Department of Defense, and its components, the Department of Transportation, the American Red Cross and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Objectives

  • To provide a common forum to discuss and endorse programs that promote transportation preparedness for economic and security needs.
     

  • To provide active assistance, in a non-partisan capacity, to government agencies involved in peacetime and defense preparedness transportation planning.
     

  • To serve as a link between government and industry to obtain the needed cooperation and support necessary for strong and efficient transportation systems.
     

  • To assist in the transportation education of young executives who plan to pursue a career in transportation through our NDTA Foundation and mentoring.
     

  • To support continued reliance on the private enterprise systems of ownership and operation of transportation.
     

  • To support, conduct and assist programs of transportation education and scientific research and development among private, industrial, educational and government agencies, which are designed to increase the effectiveness, economy and responsiveness of the transportation industry and allied services to defense needs.
     

  • To foster a spirit of patriotic and cooperative goodwill, cooperative endeavor and mutual understanding among its members, industrial entities, components of the transportation industry, the Armed Forces and Government agencies concerned with transportation.