Clear Align's Angelique Irvin to serve as board member of organization that helps commercialize military electro-optical technology

EAGLEVILLE, Pa., 26 May 2010. Angelique X. Irvin, president and chief executive officer of Clear Align in Eagleville, Pa., has been elected to the board of directors for the Electro-Optics Alliance (EOA) in Freeport, Pa., which helps link research, development, and commercialization to transfer critical military electro-optics technology to commercial industry.

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EAGLEVILLE, Pa., 26 May 2010.Angelique X. Irvin, president and chief executive officer of Clear Align in Eagleville, Pa., has been elected to the board of directors for the Electro-Optics Alliance (EOA) in Freeport, Pa., which helps link research, development, and commercialization to transfer critical military electro-optics technology to commercial industry.

Clear Align specializes in custom imaging, as well as in fiber optic sensors and laser sensors for military and aerospace applications. Irvin joins five other new board members: Chad Spalt of Raytheon Missile Systems in Waltham, Mass.; David Bjornberg of Compass Systems Inc. in Lexington Park, Md.; Steve Bachorski of Acutronic USA in Pittsburgh; Jason Farmer of Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding in Newport News, Va.; and David Patch of RSL Fiber Systems LLC in East Hartford, Conn.

Irvin will also work alongside the four members remaining from the 2009-2010 elections, including board members Karen Berecz of Rockwell Collins, Paul Egbert of BAE Systems, Jorge Pica of Lockheed Martin, and Richard Ridgway of Battelle.

“The EOA has done an exceptional job growing Department of Defense electro-optics science and technology and supporting the advancement of electro-optics industries and manufacturing,” Irvin says. For more information contact Clear Align online at www.clearalign.com, or the Electro-Optics Alliance at www.electro-optics.org.

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