As DUSTOFF's Chief Executive Officer, Colonel David J. Parramore (Ret) continues to support the Government's missions by leading DUSTOFF's capability delivery in artificial intelligence, cyber security, and logistics solutions.
Prior to founding DUSTOFF in 2016, Dave served in the US Army for 26 years, having received the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, and Meritorious Service Medal with 5 Oak Leaf Clusters. He began his career as an aeromedical evacuation aviator, or "DUSTOFF" pilot, and transitioned into other key leadership roles throughout the military health system. Dave led the information technology deployment team of the 44th Medical Command during Operation Iraqi Freedom to deliver the first electronic health record into combat. He also led a multi-national committee that prepared a strategic framework for deployment of medical information systems throughout NATO. An AMSUS recognized Information Management leader, Dave has been at the very forefront of operational medicine technology and cyber security support and operations throughout his distinguished career.
In his spare time, Dave serves as an adjunct professor of Healthcare Business and Medical Informatics at the George Washington University, and is an experienced international endurance athlete who has participated in Ironman triathlons, and several road endurance events in France and Belgium, including La Marmotte, Tour of Flanders, and Paris-Roubaix amateur challenges.