Who we are

Chief Executive Officer, Falana L. Dula-King, founded J&F Alliance Group Inc. in 2013. J&F Alliance Group Inc. is located in the Hampton Roads area of Southeastern Virginia, home to Naval Station Norfolk, the largest Navy base in the world, as well as all other military branches, the Huntington Ingalls Newport News Shipyard, and Norfolk International Terminals at the Port of Virginia. In order to meet demands of commercial, contractor, city, state and federal governments and private entities, J&F Alliance Group Inc. offers a broad portfolio of services and solutions from Integrated Logistics Support to Information Technology and Administrative Support to Operations.

  • Minority-Owned Small Disadvantaged Business

  • HubZone Certified

  • Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB)

  • Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)

  • State of Virginia Small Woman & Minority Certified (SWAM)

  • State of Virginia Micro-business Certified

Leadership

Falana Dula­-King, CEO/President

Mrs. Dula-King managed a team responsible for providing Human Resource Services in conjunction with Records and Document management for all Army personnel stationed at Ft. Irwin, California. In addition to four (4) years active duty Army experience as a Personnel Service Specialist, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Falana Dula-King has nine (9) years’ of rear echelon battlefield experience as a Property Control and Inventory Management Specialist. Mrs. Dula-King worked for several contractors supporting and automating equipment transfer and accountability processes. Working for contractor Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR), Mrs. Dula-King was responsible for tracking over $95M of U.S. Government property. She managed a team of over 100 employees which conducted physical inventories of 26,000 lines of durable and non-expendable property used to support military operations throughout Iraq.

Starting in June 2010, she was responsible for transferring U.S. Government property to Iraqi officials and government personnel under the USETT-I (United States Equipment Transfer To Iraq) program. Mrs. Dula-King is a Logistics Management Specialist with expertise in receiving, storing, inventorying, issuing, tracking, packing and transporting property, from small, inexpensive units to multi-million dollar vehicles and aircrafts.

JarMarcus King, Vice President

A Noncommissioned Officer, JarMarcus King started his career as a U.S. Army Cargo Specialist at Ft. Bragg, NC, where he was responsible for coordinating and supervising rail, vessel, company statistics, and air operations. He requisitioned, maintained and coordinated shipments of equipment and supplies from manufacturers and vendors to locations worldwide.

Mr. King worked as the Logistics/Airfield Manager for three (3) years under AFRICOM in Djibouti, Africa and seven (7) years throughout Iraq and Afghanistan as a Program Manager on various high level Pentagon projects. He served as the Movement Control Team (MCT) supervisor responsible for all ground, rotary, and fixed wing operations at Balad Airbase, Iraq’s largest airfield and one of America’s most important military outposts during its occupation of the country. He was responsible for tracking all aircraft statistics to include the number of inbound and outbound passengers, pallets, and rolling stock. He processed a monthly average of 500 short tons of cargo in the Global Air Transportation Execution System (GATES) so it could be tracked worldwide.

Mr. King supported the initial fielding and integration of the IED Mine Roller platform throughout Afghanistan, installing the Mine Roller system on various military mobility platforms. He was responsible for issuing, fielding, and installing over 240 state-of-the-art camera surveillance systems throughout Iraq. This camera system, called Rapid Deployment Integrated Surveillance System (RDISS), used advanced elevated sensors, thermal imagers, and information technology (IT) to feed Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance data to Allied forces. Mr. King also operated the Base Expeditionary Targeting and Surveillance Systems–Combined (BETTS-C) which uses towers and aerostats to gather video and intelligence to provide specific targeting data. Mr. King is an expert in the development, implementation, and automation of logistical plans, policies, and procedures necessary to support equipment movement control, transportation and supply. 

Currently, Mr. JarMarcus King, is a Creative Technologist with over 5 years of experience in managing, developing, overseeing web projects, mobile apps, and various digital media experiences. During his tenure at Georgia Tech Research Institute and Redstone Arsenal, Mr. King was fortunate enough to work with some of the greatest computer scientists and engineers in the industry. His experiences within the industry motivate him to pursue a deeper understanding of technology trends and their real-world applications, and are furthering him to become a leading expert in the field. For more information on JarMarcus King and his innovative work, contact J&F Alliance Group to speak with him directly.