April 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

RAdm. Eustace Named President Of SESCO

Dr. Norman C. Witbeck, president of Columbia Research Corporation (CRC), Arlington, Va., recently announced the election of Rear Adm. Robert J. Eustace, (USN-ret.), as president of System Enhancement Services Company, Inc. (SESCO), a CRC subsidiary.

As president, Admiral Eustace directs SESCO's involvement in the analysis of shipbuilding and maintenance programs; the conceptual design of future ships and their systems; and the provision of engineering services associated with the design, construction, and overhaul of ships.

Admiral Eustace joined SESCO upon the completion of a 32-year naval ship engineering career.

He served as Vice Commander, Naval Electronics Systems Command ; Deputy Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command; supervisor of shipbuilding, conversion and repair at Newport News Shipbuilding during which time the USS Nimitz and the USS Eisenhower aircraft carriers were delivered.

CRC/SESCO provides research, development, engineering, test, evaluation, production and documentation programs as well as a variety of ADP services related to engineering development and fleet support programs to government and commercial clients.

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