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Eric Reinke Appointed Northrop Electronic Systems CTO

Eric Reinke
Eric Reinke

Eric Reinke, formerly chief scientist for Northrop Grumman‘s (NYSE: NOC) advanced concepts and technologies division, has taken the roles of vice president and chief technology officer of the company’s electronic systems sector.

Northrop said Monday he will lead the development of new products for the electronic systems sector and work with customers and partners in industry and academia.

The 11-year company veteran will be based in Baltimore for his new role.

Reinke’s career at Northrop has included positions such as lead systems architect and enterprise technical executive for system of systems.

He also served in the U.S. Navy as technical director of the Low-Observable and Counter-Low-Observable Technology Office.

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