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Stanton Sloane Appointed Comtech President, CEO; Fred Kornberg Comments

ComtechStanton Sloane, president and CEO of Decision Sciences International Corp., will join Comtech Telecommunications (NASDAQ: CMTL) as president and CEO by February 2015 and succeed Fred Kornberg.

Comtech said Tuesday Kornberg will remain as executive chairman of the board of directors.

“Having been a director of Comtech since January 2012 and a long-time and seasoned senior executive with deep knowledge of the technology sector, Stan is well-qualified to lead Comtech, ” Kornberg said.

Sloane has also been a member of the board of directors at DSIC since August 2011 and has previously served as SRA International president, CEO and board member, and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) executive vice president for integrated systems and solutions.

He has held engineering, business development and program management roles at General Electric‘s aerospace business.

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