DBJ: Beavercreek Defense Firm Makes Executive Moves
MacAulay-Brown Inc. is bolstering its leadership ranks.
The Beavercreek-based defense firm on Wednesday said it moved Tom Singleton to vice president of science and technology operations. Singleton will lead a team of engineers and scientists to support various customers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and focus on expanding MacAulay-Brown’s tech services and products to its defense and intelligence customers throughout the country.
He replaces Phil Nielsen, who had been serving in that position and as MacAulay-Brown’s chief scientist. Nielsen will continue his chief scientist duties in a part-time role, focusing on the development of next generation technologies and supporting the company’s Air Force Research Laboratory customers.
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