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Jeremy Wensinger to Replace Chuck Prow as V2X President, CEO in June

Jeremy Wensinger, a 35-year government services and defense industry executive, has been hired to succeed Chuck Prow, a 2024 Wash100 awardee who has been at the helm of V2X (NYSE: VVX) since 2022, as president and CEO of the McLean, Virginia-based aerospace and defense contractor, effective June 17.

V2X said Monday Wensinger will also serve on the company’s board of directors as a member.

Wensinger most recently served as chief operating officer of Peraton and held leadership positions at Harris, Cobham and PAE Government Services.

Mary Howell, chairman of the board at V2X, commented on Wensinger’s appointment, describing the executive as a “strong, experienced leader” who will play a role in the company’s growth initiatives.

“He has a proven track record of delivering best-in-class financial and operational performance within the broad defense services and aerospace industry, as well as a strategic approach to managing businesses, building strong stakeholder relationships, and creating value,” added Howell.

The executive leadership transition is announced nearly two years after Vectrus and Vertex merged to form V2X.

Howell commended and thanked Prow for his contributions to V2X as chief executive.

“During his tenure as CEO, the company delivered significant organic growth as well as further diversified its contract and customer base, established entirely new technological and service capabilities, and delivered an enhanced customer and employee experience. We look forward to building upon these successes,” the board chairman said of Prow.

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