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Col. Walter L. McKnight has been named chief of the Air Force's software division in the Directorate of Architecture and Technology (AF SCT). Mc-Knight reports to AF SCT director William James.

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Computer Sciences Corp. has named Thomas Robinson president of its Technology Management Group, responsible for domestic outsourcing. Robinson succeeds Edward "Pete" Boykin, who moved to the Pinnacle Alliance team, a CSC and Bell Atlantic unit formed to manage global-technology infrastructure for JP Morgan.

Robinson, a 25-year CSC veteran, previously headed Systems Engineering.

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G. Estes Grade, former executive director of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Keyport Division, has joined Vitro Corp. as a senior manager for engineering and special projects.

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Amos Lu has joined Space Applications Corp. as vice president and chief technology officer.

Lu previously worked at BDM International Inc. as a senior vice president.

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