TASC Names Ret. Air Force Gen., Top Military Adviser to CIA to Lead AF Unit

TASC Inc. has appointed John T. Brennan, a retired Air Force two-star general, to lead the company’s business unit supporting the Air Force.

This unit specializes in delivering systems engineering, integration and acquisition support services to the Air Force.

Brennan joins TASC from SAIC, where was responsible for an operation serving the CIA and Defense Intelligence Agency.

During his 32-year Air Force career, Brennan served as the CIA’s associate director for military affairs, the principal adviser to the CIA director on military matters. Brennan was responsible for coordinating and planning military and interagency operations.

Brennan also served in Kabul, Afghanistan as U.S. Security Coordinator and Chief for the Office of Security Cooperation.

A TASC release says Brennan flew more than 2, 700 hours aboard the F-15 aircraft.

“John is a military affairs expert who understands the nuances of interagency operations and coordination, ” says John Hynes, senior vice president of TASC’s defense and civil group.  “Under his leadership, the Air Force business unit will continue to strengthen its capabilities and support of the Department of Defense national security mission.”

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