Ken Foulke of Engility Holdings, Inc. Wins Combat Survivability Award at NDIA’s Aircraft Survivability Symposium

Tony Smeraglinolo, CEO of Engility

In a ceremony held in Monterey, Calif. at NDIA’s Aircraft Survivability Symposium, Engility Holdings, Inc.’s senior principal systems engineer, Ken Foulke, received the Combat Survivability Award for Technical Achievement from the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA).

“Ken Foulke exemplifies Engility’s goal to be the ‘best of the best.’ He has made significant contributions to our nation’s research to improve the survivability characteristics of America’s air combat vehicles and we are very proud that his exceptional service is being recognized by NDIA,” said Tony Smeraglinolo, President and CEO of Engility. “Ken has truly helped to make our country stronger.”

NDIA recognized Foulke for his “extensive contributions” to advanced weapon and aircraft programs over the course of a more than fifty year career. Foulke began as an engineer working on Air Combat Survivability in 1962 and today serves the critical role of product development and verification for the Navy’s NAVAIR Combat Survivability Division.

 

 

 

 

 

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