Dave Ziegler Joins ASRC Federal Subsidiary in VP, GM Post; Paul Dillahay Comments

ASRC FederalDave Ziegler, formerly a program manager at Integrity Applications Inc., has joined the ASRC Federal Technical Services subsidiary as a vice president and general manager.

The 30-year space sector veteran previously led acquisition and fielding work on an Air Force satellite control network system while at IAI, ASRC Federal said Thursday.

Paul Dillahay
Paul Dillahay

Paul Dillahay, ASRC Federal president and CEO, said Ziegler holds operations and program management experience with the Defense Department and industry teams.

Ziegler’s military career includes service as commander of the 460th Space Wing at Buckley Air Force Base; director of Air Force space, intelligence and networks at the Pentagon; and space operations group commander of the 50th Operations Group at Schriever Air Force Base.

He holds a bachelor’s degree from the Air Force Academy, a master’s degree in astronautical engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology and a master’s degree in airpower art and science from the School of Advanced Airpower Studies.

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