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TSI Adds Retired Lt. Gen. Jon Davis to Senior Advisory Board

Jeff Brody
Jon Davis

Jon Davis, a retired U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant general and former USMC deputy commandant for aviation, has been named to the senior advisory board of Thomas Solutions Inc.

He will join TSI President Al Thomas and military veterans Raymond Palumbo, Thomas Trask and John Mulholland in the board, the company said.

Davis’ four-decade USMC career has included leadership of Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron One, the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing and Marine Attack Squadron 223. He also served as deputy commander of the U.S. Cyber Command and the Joint Functional Component Command-Network Warfare.

TSI added it won contracts to support Army Special Operations Command at Fort Bragg in North Carolina and the Engagement Skills Training program at Fort Jackson in South Carolina.

The company also received the Department of Labor’s HIRE Vets platinum medallion award for demonstrating a commitment to recruit military veterans and was invited to participate in the annual Black Engineer of the Year Award conference in Washington, D.C.

According to TSI, it also completed a Defense Contract Audit Agency audit and an external audit of the firm’s compliance with the ISO 9001:2015 standards for quality management system.

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