Sabre Systems Promotes Shawn Watt to Executive Technical Director

Photo: Shawn Watt, Sabre Systems

Sabre Systems has promoted Shawn Watt to executive technical director, the company announced today. AWatt will continue to provide management of Sabre’s support services for Atlantic test range operations.

His responsibility will include management of Sabre’s support services for ATR strategic planning, the Executive Helicopter program, strike ordnance JSEAS program and aircraft prototype facility.

“As an employee of Sabre for more than 14 years, Shawn has utilized his technical and leadership skills to build a strong reputation both with Sabre and the company’s government customers,” said Glen Ives, group vice president at Sabre Systems. “We are very confident in his ability to excel in this new role.”

Watt has served Sabre since 1997 and has has more than 25 years of systems and network administration experience.

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