Ron Costella Rejoins American Systems As Training Lead; Jason Frye Comments

american systemsRon Costella, a 20-year U.S. Army veteran, has rejoined American Systems as vice president and executive director of the training and operational services business segment.

Costella will be responsible for developing and implementing a growth strategy for the segment, which provides security assistance training for the departments of Defense and State in the U.S. and overseas, American Systems said Monday.

The segment also helps customers manage facilities and bases.

“Our training & operational services segment is a strategic business area for us, ” said Jason Frye, general manager of the human capital and managing services business unit.

Before this appointment, he served as VP of operations for Veritiss LLC and prior to that as VP of enterprise support services for Capstone Corp.

His last position in the Army was director of capabilities development for U.S. Joint Forces Command’s training directorate.

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