Huntington Ingalls elevates new cyber, electronic warfare unit leader

Amid the Alion Science and Technology integration, Huntington Ingalls Industries promotes one of the executives in charge of that process to lead one of the groups formed in the wake of that transaction's closure.

Huntington Ingalls Industries has promoted a senior vice president in its technical solutions segment to lead one of the business groups formed in light of the acquisition and integration of Alion Science and Technology.

Grant Hagen has moved from his role as senior vice president of business operations to president of HII Technical Solutions’ cyber and electronic warfare group, the company said Monday.

Hagen succeeds Terri Walker-Spoonhour, who led the group as acting president and continues as chief operating officer for HII Technical Solutions.

In his most recent role, Hagen led the integration of several acquired businesses into the fold of HII Technical Solutions including that of Alion. HII also touts him as a key leader involved in the development and construction of its unmanned systems center of excellence in Hampton, Virginia.

Prior to that position, Hagen worked in director-level roles at HII’s Newport News Shipbuilding segment and other similar leadership posts at Raytheon.