McKean Defense Appoint Fleet Programs Strategy Advisor

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Monday, July 29, 2013

Guy Holcombe has been hired to strengthen McKean's Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) business. 

Mr. Holcombe has had a distinguished career directing operations and business development for organizations focused on maritime support.  He most recently served as a Director in Northrop Grumman's Defense Systems Division, managing $280M of business with 1,000 employees.  This position was the culmination of a 30-year career that began in 1980 when he joined SYSCON Corporation as the Deputy Program Manager for AEGIS Programs.

Mr. Holcombe's responsibilities include developing strategies to increase McKean's presence in NAVSEA Fleet engineering and technology initiatives. He will also be responsible for leading efforts to integrate activities across McKean's diverse Navy customer base. "Guy is a proven business leader who enhances our team with a deep understanding of acquisition and logistics requirements for NAVSEA, spanning all Program Executive Offices and a variety of platforms," said Mr. Larry D. Burrill, President of McKean's Readiness & Sustainment Solutions business unit.

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