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Stan Highsmith to Lead Fulcrum’s Navy/Combatant Command Division; Jeff Handy Comments

Fulcrum logoStan Highsmith, former deputy program executive officer for special programs of the U.S. Special Operations Command, has been appointed senior vice president for Fulcrum‘s Navy and combatant command division.

The company said Monday Highsmith has spent more than three decades delivering IT and support services, cyber solutions and intelligence analysis for both government and industry.

He will be based at the company’s office in Tampa, Florida.

“Stan is the right Leader to take our Navy and Combatant Command operations, and our Tampa based operations and office to the next level, ” said Jeff Handy, CEO of Fulcrum.

Highsmith has worked on cryptographic communications, intelligence, munitions and acquisition for the Defense Department and has served in several domestic and international assignments and combat tours.

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