AMERICAN SYSTEMS Promotes 2 Military Veterans to VP Positions; CEO William Hoover Comments

 

William Hoover, AMERICAN SYSTEMS

AMERICAN SYSTEMS has named David Hunt vice president of its national capabilities integration directorate.

Hunt previously led the company’s full spectrum effects business development and was deputy program manager for the $42 million Omnibus Defense Department joint non-lethal weapons program contract.

Prior to joining AMERICAN SYSTEMS, Hunt served the U.S. Marine Corps for 27 years as a Naval aviator.

The company also appointed Bob Irelan as vice president of Navy expeditionary warfare.

Irelan previously was the company’s program manager for its Navy training systems planning initiative and supported Naval Sea Systems Command, PMS 470 and Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division.

Prior to joining AMERICAN SYSTEMS in 2010, Irelan served as a Commander LHD/LHA/LPD CLASSRON.

“David is well-equipped to execute the NCI Directorate’s strategy to provide mission critical services to its customers in the federal market, and Bob is prepared to continue exceeding customer expectations with the Navy Training Systems Planning initiative, ” said William C. Hoover, president and CEO of AMERICAN SYSTEMS. “Both David and Bob have exhibited the exceptional leadership and dedication which ensures AMERICAN SYSTEMS consistently delivers on its customers’ missions.”

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