The Army’s road to readiness runs through Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) and the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command, in the opinion of Maj. Gen. Randy Taylor, CECOM’s commanding general. The advantages of the command—aside from the beautiful 144 miles of shoreline on the Chesapeake Bay in Aberdeen, Maryland, and the 400 American bald eagles that also live there— is that it may be the one place in the military where research and development in science and technology; technology development; testing; acquisition; fielding; and sustainment are all at one installation.
Aberdeen Proving Ground
Joseph Brady has been named vice president of Department of Defense Operations for the Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, office of Hi-Tec Systems Incorporated.
Brig. Gen. Daniel P. Hughes, USA, has been assigned as program executive officer, command, control, and communications (tactical), Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.