SRA adds brass to board

SRA International has added a retired Army general, Larry Ellis, to its board of directors. He will replace Steven Denning on Sept. 1, according to an SRA announcement.

Ellis served in the Army for more than 35 years before retiring as commanding general of the Army Forces Command in July 2004. He oversaw programs spanning multiple years and costing billions of dollars, and directed the development of comprehensive strategic plans supporting the Army’s mission. He also coordinated extensive operations and training programs in Germany, South Korea and Bosnia.

Between 2001 and 2004, Ellis orchestrated the mobilization and deployment of more than 500,000 soldiers and more than a million tons of equipment to locations worldwide.

After retiring from the Army, Ellis joined the board of directors of DHB Industries in December 2004. He became company president in 2005 and chief executive officer in July. He is also on the boards of the Armed Forces Benefit Association and Unitech.

Ellis has a master’s degree from Indiana University and a bachelor’s degree from Morgan State University.

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David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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