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Inmarsat’s Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, Hughes’ Rick Lober Speakers at SIA DoD Commercial SATCOM Workshop

Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Dec. 16, 2016 — Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, a senior vice president at Inmarsat, and Rick Lober, a VP and general manager at Hughes Network Systems, were among the executive speakers at the Satellite Industry Association’s Defense Department Commercial SATCOM Workshop, GovCon Executive reported Wednesday.

Rick Lober

Cowen-Hirsch and Lober were scheduled to tackle the challenges that operational commercial satcom faces as part of a panel discussion during the two-day workshop through Friday, Inmarsat said Tuesday.

Mike Winchester,  director of satellite ground solutions at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), joined Cowen-Hirsch and Lober as the other industry panelist during the event.

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