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Navy’s Air Combat Electronics Program Office Changes Command

The Navy’s Air Combat Electronics Program Office (PMA-209) welcomed a new program manager during a change of command and retirement ceremony June 15 at Patuxent River. Capt. Margaret “Maggie” Wilson, who retired after more than 27 years of service, transferred leadership to Capt. Jarrod Hair, who most recently served as chief of staff to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Air and Ground Programs. Program Executive Officer for Aviation Common Systems and Commercial Services (PEO(CS)) Robert Kimble gave credit to Wilson’s leadership style, focus on her people, and her commitment to readiness and delivery of capabilities to the warfighter as keys to PMA-209 mission accomplishment. “It is my pleasure to be here today to celebrate your determination, warfighter focus and commitment as an adept leader and team builder,” said Kimble. “Maggie expertly built teams to successfully manage more than 250 in-service avionics programs that are critical to enabling warfighting capability across all NAVAIR platforms.” Guest speaker Randolph White, deputy director for the Advanced Strategic Education Program at the U.S. Army War College, spoke highly of the personal and professional relationship he’s had with Wilson for nearly three decades. “Maggie has always exhibited the intellect and drive you would […]

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