Mike Stucki Named Systel Business Dev’t Director for Air Force Programs

Mike Stucki Named Systel Business Dev't Director for Air Force Programs - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Mike Stucki, an Air Force Reserve lieutenant colonel, has joined rugged computing technology provider Systel as director of business development for Air Force programs.

He brings more than 18 years of corporate sales and military experience to his new position and will oversee Systel's expansion efforts within the service branch, the company said Wednesday.

Stucki previously held business development roles at L3 Technologies's Wescam subsidiary from 2013 to 2019 and at ATK from 2009 to 2013.

Between May 2001 and January 2006, he served at USAF as executive officer and deployable communications leader of the 15th Air Mobility Ops Squadron and deputy flight commander of the 4th Communications Squadron.

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