Mike Greenley to Head CAE Canada Military Business; Gene Colabatistto Comments

Mike Greenley
Mike Greenley

Mike Greenley, formerly a vice president at General Dynamics, has been appointed general manager and VP for CAE‘s military business in Canada.

Greenley will manage the company’s regional business unit responsible for security and defense operations in Canada, CAE said Thursday.

Gene Colabatistto, group president of military products, training and services at CAE, said Greeney has worked with army, navy and air force customers in his previous roles at General Dynamics.

Gene Colabatistto
Gene Colabatistto

This is Greenley’s second arrival at CAE, where he has previously served as VP of modeling and simulation for CAE’s military business unit and as president of professional services.

He joined CAE in 2004 upon its acquisition of Greenley and Associates, a company he founded.

At General Dynamics, Greenley most recently served as VP of international C4 systems and also as vice president of strategy and development for Canada.

He currently served as chairman of the defense and security export advisory board for Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade and also chairs the board of the Canadian Association of Defense and Security Industries.

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