Naval Academy Recognizes CACI Exec Chairman Jack London With Distinguished Graduate Award

Naval Academy Recognizes CACI Exec Chairman Jack London With Distinguished Graduate Award - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Jack London, executive chairman and chairman of the board at CACI International, has received a 2019 Distinguished Graduate Award from the U.S. Naval Academy in recognition of his service, personal character and contributions to the country.

CACI said Monday the Naval Academy Alumni Association honored London, who graduated from USNA in 1959, during an awards ceremony that took place Friday.

He has held leadership roles at CACI for more than 46 years and became the third board member to receive the recognition.

"The Academy instilled in me the importance of good character. It inspired me to champion the values of ethics and integrity, both personally and professionally, throughout my career," said London, a two-time Wash100 winner.

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