Paul Issler, a former Air Force intelligence officer, has joined Integrity Applications in dual roles as director of advanced intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance programs and program manager for technical intelligence services.
The former National Air and Space Intelligence Center deputy group commander will work at the company’s newly-leased office in Beavercreek, Ohio, Ben Cayce writes for IAI Friday.
“Paul has both the technical and domain experiences to provide our customers with relevant and new understandings of emerging intelligence requirements,” said Robert Thomas, vice president for analytical services at IAI.
Issler, a retired colonel, served at the Joint Base Pearl-Harbor as chief of the intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance division at the Hickham, Hawaii-based Pacific Air Forces Air and Space Operations Center.
He also led a U.S. Air Force RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft fleet program worth $4.6 billion for the deputy chief of staff for intelligence.
The company signed the lease with Mills-Morgan Properties for the College Park III building and owns the rights to the first 2,742 square feet of space as of Nov. 1.
IAI holds the right-of-first refusal for the remaining 23,038 square feet of the building’s second floor and intends to expand its footprint in Dayton.