Farmer And Breyer Named Program General Managers At GE-Daytona Beach

Dr. Charles E. Cheeseman, general manager of General Electric's Simulation and Control Systems D e p a r t m e n t in Daytona Beach, Fla., has announced that Phillip W. Farmer is appointed program general manager, simulation systems, and John E. Breyer is a p p o i n t e d program general manager, digital control systems.

Mr. Farmer j o i n e d General Electric in 1960, and has been in the Department since 1974. He has spearheaded the development and growth of the flight and tank simulation business in Daytona Beach.

Mr. Breyer had been program manager TATAS (Tactical Towed Array Sonar) in GE's Electronic Systems Division in Syracuse, N.Y. He is a 20-year employee of the company, with extensive experience performing on Navy shipboard equipment programs.

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