Jack Bermingham - Business Unit Director
Jack Bermingham is the Business Unit Director for Oshkosh Airport Products, a subsidiary of Oshkosh Corporation. Prior to joining Airport Products, Jack spent four years supporting Oshkosh Corporation in engineering and sales management positions covering the southeast Asia, Australia/Oceania regions. Transitioning to the Airport Products subsidiary of Oshkosh Corporation in 2016, Jack has had the opportunity to manage all aspects of regional sales, product management, and regional direction for aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) vehicles, including the company’s flagship product, the Oshkosh Striker.
With a passion for platform engineering, product management, and customer support, Jack and his teamwork hand in hand with other functional areas across the Fire and Emergency segment and Oshkosh Corporation to deliver high quality vehicles for customers.
Jack is a graduate of the George Washington University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering, and the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh with a Master’s of Business Administration.
“I enjoy the important honor of serving our industry and customers in a way that helps them be successful in fulfilling their mission. Airport Rescue and Firefighters have a unique duty to protect the traveling public, and our products are critical in their ability to respond. I am certainly biased, but I believe the Striker platform is the coolest product that Oshkosh Corporation makes, and I am privileged to work with an incredible team who identify new ways to innovate, build, and support these products.”
Jason Shively - Director of Engineering
Jason Shively is the Director of Engineering for Oshkosh Airport Products, a subsidiary of Oshkosh Corporation. He has served in this role since June 2008 and currently supervises 24 Oshkosh engineers responsible for the technical decisions associated with Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting products. Jason and his team focus on solutions that provide class-leading vehicle performance, safety, firefighting capabilities, and reliability in the most environmentally sustainable fashion. Prior to his current role, Jason held several engineering positions within Oshkosh Corporation, with increasing responsibility since June 1996.
Jason holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering, is a member of the NFPA AAA Technical Committee on Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting, and is on the Society of Automotive Engineers G-15 Committee on snow removal vehicles. Additionally, Jason currently holds ten patents related to firefighting and vehicle technologies.
“I enjoy working with our customers to understand their requirements and constraints while providing technical solutions for those who help protect the traveling public.”