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QinetiQ Names NATO, Pentagon Vet Peter Flory Intl Tech Lead; JD Crouch Comments

Peter Flory

QinetiQ North America has appointed Peter Flory vice president for international operations in its technology solutions group, the company announced Thursday.

He will provide leadership and direction for current business and apply his vision for future business in the group’s international markets, the company said.

Flory’s experience in NATO, the Defense Department and international defense will support the company’s strategic growth priorities worldwide, said JD Crouch, group president.

Flory most recently served as assistant secretary general for defense investment at NATO headquarters in Brussels, where he worked with governments and industry to deliver international defense solutions for missile defense, ground surveillance and strategic airlift.

At the Pentagon, he served as assistant secretary for international security policy and as chief investigative counsel and special counsel to the Senate Intelligence Committee.

He also served as the State Department‘s associate coordinator for counterterrorism and as the special assistant to the defense under secretary for policy.

The company recently appointed Mark Nappi to manage day-to-day operations for the company’s engineering services contract at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center as a senior VP.

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