Director of Contracts
Fred Lambing graduated from John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio, with a Bachelor of Arts.
After holding jobs with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the Western Reserve Historical Society, he returned to school, graduating from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland, Ohio with a Juris Doctor in 2006.
Fred clerked for the corporate counsel of Ohio's largest private security company beginning in law school and continuing until his mobilization with the Army to Iraq in 2007.
developed a thorough understanding of the requirements of a small corporate legal office, drafting most of the company's legal documents and conducting the majority of the company's legal research.
Fred Lambing has served over twenty years in the Army.
enlisted into the Regular Army
as a Field Artillery Forward Observer.
served as a Forward Observer in Korea, Fort Ord, California, and Berlin Germany.
After leaving active duty, Fred served in the Army Reserve and Army National Guard as a Field Artillery Fire Support Sergeant and as a Psychological Operations Specialist, in Ohio and in Germany.
Currently, after returning to military service with the Army National Guard of West Virginia, Fred serves as a battalion Judge Advocate.
Fred's mobilizations include Operation Desert Storm with the 1st Armored Division, Operation Joint Endeavor in Bosnia Herzegovina in support of Task Force Eagle, Operation Iraqi Freedom and two mobilizations two Afghanistan in support of Enduring Freedom.
Fred's total mobilized "down-range" time is approximately 37 months.
Most recently Fred served for over eleven months as the Deputy Judge Advocate to the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force Afghanistan, legally reviewing millions of dollars of requirements, commitments and contracts.
has studied, lived and worked in Germany.
speaks, reads and writes fluent German.