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MILSPRAY™ CEO & President, Brian Feser and Team Members to Attend The Burden Film Screening in Arlington, Virginia

Brian Feser, President & CEO

Brian Feser, President & CEO

MILSPRAY‘s Chief Executive Officer and President is Brian Feser. Feser is a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel with 28 years of service. He previously served as Vice President of International Business Operations for Textron Systems. Before being promoted, he served as Vice President of Business Development and Strategy at Textron Marine & Land Systems and concurrently served as the Director of Afghanistan Operations.

He holds a Master of Science degree in Human Resources and Business Administration from Central Michigan University and a Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College. He holds a Certificate in Communications and Marketing from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management as well as a Certification in Law Enforcement from the University of Virginia. Brian is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) from American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS). He also earned his certificate in Executive Protection from ASIS.

Peder Cox, VP of Business Development

Peder Cox, VP of Business Development

Mr. Cox has over 40 years of both national and international experience in the field of Logistics and Transportation Management. He is a retired U.S. Army officer with a broad span of experience in all areas of logistics management, from the strategic to tactical levels, command and control, United Nations Peacekeeping Operations and Logistics Support and also Security Operations.

Previously he worked for 2 years for Ecolog International as their head of Business Development and Program Support and for 12 years for DynCorp International in all areas ranging from establishing global support operations to running their international recruiting operations and for the last 4 years as a Director of Business Development.

He attended the United States Military Academy and currently holds a B.S., in History from Campbell University and an M.A. in History from the University of Alabama.


Peder Cox
VP, Business Development
Cell Phone: (US) +1-215-813-7300
Cell Phone: (SA) +27-72-3589723
Office Phone: 732-886-2223

Joseph Gerschutz, Director of Engineering

Joseph Gerschutz, Director of Engineering

Joseph Gerschutz is MILSPRAY’s Director of Engineering. Gerschutz has been with the company since 2011, specializing in alternative energy systems for military and commercial applications. His work at MILSPRAY includes product development and program management of hybrid renewable energy systems, energy storage systems, and electric vehicle development. With over 10 years of professional experience, his previous work includes developing fuel cell vehicles in a partnership between General Motors and the U.S. Army, as well as work on other major automotive OEM research and development teams.

Joseph received his Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Dayton, and holds a Master of Electrical Engineering from Rutgers University.

Joseph Gerschutz
Director of Engineering
Office Phone: 732-886-2223
Fax: 732- 886-2250

Brian Feser, MILSPRAY’s CEO & President along with team members, Peder Cox and Joseph Gerschutz will be attending the screening of The Burden Film at the Synetic Theatre in Arlington, Virginia on August 18, 2015. 


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MILSPRAY™ CEO & President, Brian Feser Congratulates Roger Sorkin

Brian Feser, MILSPRAY's CEO & President

Brian Feser, MILSPRAY’s CEO & President would like to congratulate Producer and Director of The Burden, Roger Sorkin on the selection of his film for distribution by Specialty Studios.

Feser is in full support of the film’s mission which demonstrates the present dangers America’s fossil fuel dependence poses to our economy, environment, armed forces and national security, while demonstrating how the military is positioned to lead development of new clean energy technology.

Feser stated, “The film is a call to action for our country’s decision makers to find alternative sources of fuel that will support the needs of our troops on the ground.”

Currently, the U.S. military is the world’s largest consumer of petroleum. Every dollar increase in the price of a barrel of oil costs the U.S. military $130 million. Fifty percent of all convoy loads is fuel and a tanker truck averages just five miles to a gallon.

The solution is the MILSPRAY™ Scorpion Energy Hunter™ renewable energy system. The system has a proven past performance within the military and reduces fuel consumption up to 80%. With systems being able to generate 15 kW to 200Kw of deployable power and set-up time being 90 minutes or less with two people for unit level Scorpion Energy Hunter™ it is a combat ready system that reduces deployment dependence on fossil fuels.

 To learn more about the MILSPRAY™ Scorpion Energy Hunter™: Click Here