Captain Streeter Joins Fincantieri Marine Systems

Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Captain Matt Streeter, USN (Ret.) has joined Fincantieri Marine Systems North America in support of Isotta Fraschini engines for the U.S. Navy and other customers. Captain Streeter recently retired after a 28-year career in the U.S. Navy. In addition to commanding the Cruiser USS Normandy and the Frigate USS Dewert, he served as the Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations with the Enterprise Carrier Strike Group and as the Material Officer for Destroyer Squadron Nine. Ashore, Captain Streeter served in key billets on the Chief of Naval Operations staff. Captain Streeter will report directly to Upi Kamal, Fincantieri Marine Systems North America Chief Operating Officer, and will meet with key personnel in operations and maintenance in Ingleside, Texas, San Diego, Bahrain and Japan, as well as PEO Ships in Washington, DC, and with other customers.

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