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Huntington Ingalls Names New GM for San Diego Shipyard; Andy Green Quoted

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 11, 2019 — Huntington Ingalls Industries (NYSE: HII) appointed shipbuilding industry veteran Carlos Aguayo earlier this month to serve as general manager of its San Diego shipyard, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday.

Aguayo, who succeeded the recently retired Daniel Flood, is now in charge of strategy development, quality, process improvement, finance and accounting, customer relations, resource management and human capital development at the HII San Diego Shipyard, the company announced March 4.

“His excellent track record in creating positive transformation both within the financial functions and throughout the organization will preserve the organization’s core values while paving the way for innovation and future success,” said Andy Green, president of HII’s technical solutions division and a past Wash100 awardee.

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