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This week,  L-3 Communications tapped Vice Adm. William Sullivan to lead Maritime Programs.

Savi Technology, a Lockheed Martin company, named William Maggs chief technology officer.

IAP Worldwide Services named Robert L. Phillips to the position of president, effective Aug. 25, 2010.

DynCorp International Chief Executive Officer and President Bill Ballhaus announced his resignation.

Northrop Grumman’s Gene Fraser was named to AUVSI board of directors.

DynCorp International's new CEO Steve Gaffney will step into the role of chief executive officer and president Wednesday.

ManTech International finalized new senior management structure under which the presidents of ManTech's three operating groups will also serve as chief operating officers for their respective organizations.

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