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A Day In The Life

Get to know your Odyssey colleagues from around the country!

Judy Ryan and family

Judy Ryan

Job Title:
Operations Director

Work Location:
Odyssey Lincoln Office, Massachusetts

How Long Have You Been with Odyssey?
Since 10 July 2023

What customer do you support?
AFLCMC/HBD, Theater Battle Control Division & AFLCMC/HBGW C2ISR Global Network Systems

What do you do each day?
Execute and manage the EPASS contract for HBD and HBG Divisions.

What do you enjoy about working at Odyssey?
The professional and family atmosphere along with the extreme “warm welcome” from everyone in the organization. Odyssey values its employees, and it shows.

What is your current hometown?
Dracut, Massachusetts

Where did you grow up?
Lowell, Massachusetts

Before Odyssey, please tell us about a previous job you have held that stands out as unusual or presented you with a unique and / or interesting opportunity:
Working on the Tactical Air Control Party-Modernization program delivering tactical communications systems to US airmen across the globe.

What three words would you use to describe yourself?
Committed, conscientious, kind

Do you have a favorite quote?
“Those who dare to fail miserably can achieve greatly.”
—John F. Kennedy

Tell us about your family, including pets:
Married 32 years in May 2024. Husband, Artie Ryan—retired Deputy Superintendent of Lowell Police Dept; step-daughter Erin 35 years old—social worker; one granddaughter Madeline (“Maddie”) 4 years old, son Jimmy 29 years old—corporate attorney in NYC, son Jonathan 27 years old—Dracut Police Officer.

What do you like to do in your spare time?
Beach, boating, long walks, golf.

Where would you want to go on your dream vacation?
Back to Ireland.

Anything else you would like to share about yourself?
I’m an avid New England Sports fan.

Reid ClevengerReid Clevenger

Job Title:
Security Specialist

Work Location:
Dayton, Ohio

How Long Have You Been with Odyssey?
I have been with Odyssey for a little over a year now!

Please share your experience as a Reservist:
I joined the USAF Reserve in 2020. I currently work as an analyst at Wright Patterson AFB.

What is your current hometown?
I currently live in Dayton!

Where did you grow up?
I grew up in a small town in Southwest Ohio. It was a close-knit community with a lot of corn fields surrounding it.

Do you have a favorite quote?
“Those who stand for nothing fall for anything.”

What do you like to do in your spare time?
I enjoy working out / exercising, hanging out with my girlfriend Allison, visiting with my family, and playing video games when I have the time!

Where would you want to go on your dream vacation?
A dream vacation would be to the beaches of Croatia! I have wanted to visit them for a very long time now.

Anything else you would like to share about yourself?
The Norwegian Foot March is a military endurance test that is completed by rucking 18.6 miles with a rucksack of 24 lbs. It was first held in 1915 as a test of marching endurance for soldiers of the Norwegian Army. It is now a way to stimulate a general interest in marching over extended distances amongst military and civilian personnel. The ruck is performed in military uniform for military members and must be completed in four hours and thirty minutes (for my age range; also happens to be the quickest time requirement). I completed the ruck with four other members of my squadron; two of them besides myself completed the ruck in the necessary amount of time.

Out of 127 members who signed up, 64 completed the ruck in the required time. The 64 that made the time were awarded a certificate and bronze badge, which is a foreign badge that can be accepted and retained. The official title of the decoration is the “Norwegian Foot March (Marsjmerket) Badge in Bronze.” The award was presented by a Norwegian Major, representing the Office of Defense Attaché, Norwegian Embassy, Washington, D.C.

Overall, the experience was great. I kept a great pace for the first 9.3 miles, but it definitely got grueling around the 14-mile mark. At that point, I started to focus on completing a mile at a time in order to push through. In the end, I really enjoyed the challenge and appreciated the cohesion it built between everyone who participated.

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