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and Joan Seavey
joined satellite and wireless communications networks provider DataPath Inc.
, Norcross, Ga. Modak, formerly chief operating officer and chief financial officer of DWL Inc., is DataPath's new vice president and chief financial officer, replacing Larry Bolterstein
, who was promoted to vice president of corporate development. Seavey is the company's new vice president and chief administrative officer. Previously, she was vice president of worldwide marketing and communications for Candle Corp. Steve Lindeman
, DataPath Software business unit vice president and general manager, assumes additional responsibilities as the company's new vice president of worldwide sales. Ann Haehn
was promoted to vice president of strategy. She previously oversaw product management, product marketing and business planning for DataPath.Jack Harrington
was named vice president of command and control systems for the Network Centric Systems business unit of Raytheon Co.
, Marlborough, Mass. Harrington was president and CEO of Virtual Technology Corp., which Raytheon bought in June.Bob Kramer
was named senior vice president of marketing and strategic development for Savi Technology
, Sunnyvale, Calif. Savi is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin Corp., which bought the company in June. Kramer previously was Lockheed's director of MILSATCOM programs.Richard Bodson
joined Aviel Systems Inc.
, McLean, Va., as chief operating officer. Bodson most recently was senior director in charge of General Dynamics IT Air Force Navy Solutions.Raymond Goyco
joined air craft equipment maker Ship it AOG LLC
, Addison, Texas, as vice president of sales and marketing. Goyco most recently was marketing director for Corporate Service Supply and Manufacturing Inc.Daniel Roh
joined defense services provider IAP Worldwide Services Inc.
, Cape Canaveral, Fla., as director of global strategy and special assistant to IAP's president and CEO. Roh previously was executive officer to the deputy commanding general at the Army Materiel Command and led logistics operations in Iraq and Kuwait as part of Operation Desert Storm.Troy Trulock
joined aerospace and defense services provider Analytical Services Inc.
, Huntsville, Ala., as director of the woman-owned, small disadvantaged company's newly created technology integration group. As an Army Lt. Col., Trulock was product manager for the Patriot PAC-3 missile system and deputy director of the Air and Missile Defense Battlelab and Directorate of Combat Developments in El Paso, Texas.
Former Army Gen. Larry Ellis
, president and CEO of DHB Industries Inc., was named to the board of directors for SRA International Inc.
, Fairfax, Va. He also is a member of the boards of directors for DHB as well as the Armed Forces Benefit Association and Universal Systems and Technology Inc.
Former Air Force Col. David Votipka
joined defense and energy services provider Gestalt Inc.
of St. Louis as warfighter advocate. Votipka, a former fighter pilot and military executive, retired as commander of the Air Force's Agency for Modeling and Simulation.Promoted
At Computer Sciences Corp.
: Sheri Thureen
to vice president in the company's federal sector enterprise business. She will lead the CSC operation responsible for supporting the Army's Logistics Modernization Program and other defense logistics programs.
At Advantech AMT
division Advantech Satellite Networks, Rockville, Md.: Michael Pollack
to vice president, government sales.
At Northrop Grumman Corp.
, Los Angeles: Steven Babb
and to vice president and assistant general counsel for labor and employment law matters; and Malcolm Swift
to vice president and assistant general counsel for mergers and acquisitions.
At Northrop Grumman
's technical services sector, Herndon, Va.: Thomas Fallon Jr.
to vice president of mission assurance, with executive responsibility for sectorwide mission assurance and Six Sigma functions.
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