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

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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, Exelis announced Oct. 19.

Frank was inducted into the hall that date Oct. 19 during the 50th AOC Symposium and Convention in Washington.

“Ken Frank’s contributions to the electronic warfare programs at Exelis and to the EW field at large have been invaluable,” said Rich Sorelle, corporate vice president and president of the electronic systems division.

“His dedication to the technology and to the needs of the warfighter has helped make Exelis the electronic warfare leader we are today.”

Frank joined Exelis in 1974 and helped to develop the AN/ALQ-171A radar jammer for the U.S. Air Force‘s B-1B Lancer aircraft.

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