SRA adds retired Air Force leader to its ranks

Former Air Force executive Craig Weston has joined SRA International as vice president and deputy director of an SRA engineering center.

Weston, who retired from the Air Force in 2005 with the rank of major general, was most recently U.S. Security Sector coordinator for the U.S. Central Command in Afghanistan.

At SRA, he will help run the company’s Adroit Command and Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Center. The center works with customers in the Defense Department and intelligence sectors. Weston will support the center’s marketing, performance, staffing and administration.

Weston’s Air Force positions over a 33-year career include vice commander of the Air Force Electronics Systems Center, chief information officer and director of research for the National Reconnaissance Office, and program executive officer of Command and Control Programs at the Pentagon.

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