MacAulay-Brown appoints new CTO, VP

MacAulay-Brown has appointed a new vice president and chief technology officer.

Robert Stafford is now chief technology officer. In his new role, he will continue his technical leadership in testing within laboratory environments and developing new solutions in the high-tech arena.

He brings more than 30 years of Airborne Radar, Missile and Electronic Countermeasures development and research, development, test and evaluation expertise, the company said.

James Sawyer is now vice president. In his new role, he will integrate technical capabilities and identify new applications and customers for the company’s disruptive technologies. 

Sawyer joined the company when MacB acquired Commonwealth Technology Inc. in 2014, where he served as president and CEO.

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