Advanced Marine Enterprises Announces Corporate Changes And Move To New Facilities

The corporate structure of Advanced Marine Enterprises, Inc.

has been modified to improve response to customer requirements and facilitate diversification of services. The company is currently pursuing opportunities in the areas of energy transfer and t r a n s p o r t a t i o n and computer services, as well as continuing to expand its naval architecture and marine engineering services to commercial customers, particularly in detail design. The corporate restructuring includes the establishment of The Rand Group Inc., a holding company, and a separate Computer Services Division.

The former branch offices in Virginia Beach and San Diego are now also operated as separate divisions.

Robert Martin has been appointed director of the new Computer Services Division, which will provide computer services to other divisions as well as develop an expanded customer base in the government and commercial sectors.

H§ joins Advanced Marine from Data General Corporation in Orlando, Fla., where he managed the Orlando Data-Center Facility for sales, engineering, and customer use. He has extensive experience in systems engineering in data communications, operating systems, and scientific language support.

Capt. Jerome O'Brien, USN (ret.), and Capt. Philip Lyons, USN (ret.), have joined the company's Washington Division as managers responsible for technical supervision of major programs with NAVSEA and commercial customers.

Mr. O'Brien has been assigned as program manager reporting to Otto Jons, vice president, engineering, heading the Production Division. Mr. O'Brien's responsibilities will include product development, quality control, and training. He is a veteran submarine officer with 29 years of experience in undersea and antisubmarine warfare.

Mr. Lyons has been assigned as program manager reporting to Jay Dor, vice president, operations.

Prior to joining Advanced Marine in November 1980, Mr.

Lyons served as an engineering duty officer in the U.S. Navy. His last assignment was NAVSEA associate comptroller for ship programs.

Advanced Marine has consolidated numerous Washington Area offices and now occupies new, expanded corporate f a c i l i t i e s at 1725 Jefferson Davis Highway in Arlington, Va.

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