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Jack London Receives Naval Order’s George Dewey Award

Jack London, executive chairman for CACI International and the company’s CEO from 1983 to 2006, has been selected for an award that recognizes former Navy officers for contributing to the interests of the U.S. and its maritime services. The 24-year Navy veteran accepted the Admiral of the Navy George Dewey Award from the …

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Jerry Krill Selected for UMD Engineering School’s Hall of Fame

Jerry Krill, science and technology assistant director at the John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, will be inducted into the Innovation Hall of Fame at the University of Maryland’s A. James Clark School of Engineering on Nov. 12. The systems engineer will be recognized for helping lead efforts to develop …

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Ken Frank of Exelis Selected to Electronic Warfare Tech Hall of Fame

Ken Frank, chief engineer of Exelis‘ electronic systems division, has been inducted into the hall of fame of a global professional electronic warfare and information operations association. The Association of Old Crows chooses Technology Hall of Fame members for distinguishing themselves as innovators and contributing to advancements in electronic warfare, …

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Tetra Tech to Help Regional Airline Study Navigation Tech

Tetra Tech AMT has won a contract to help Porter Airlines with a feasibility study on required navigation performance technology with an aim to boost operations efficiency for the airline. The regional airline seeks to examine procedural efforts with the goal of achieving environmental, safety and operational gains, Tetra Tech …

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CH2M Hill Co-Hosts Urbanization, Development Panel

CH2M Hill helped host a discussion on Wednesday to discuss the role of partnerships between the private and public sectors regarding urbanization and international development. The discussion took place at the company’s Washington office and was hosted by Alonzo Fulgham, vice president of strategy and sustainable international development, CH2M Hill announced …

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RMF Presents Water, Engineering Design Paper at Science Conference

RMF Engineering presented a paper on the role of water in engineering sustainability efforts at a gathering of engineers and scientists from the academic, government, industry and nonprofit sectors. The presentation was based on a paper written by Don Kranbuehl of Clark Nexsen and Nancy White, UNC Coastal Studies Institute executive director, on natural …

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