Thales Communications seeks to broaden business with the U.S. military

CLARKSBURG, Md. -- Thales Communications Inc. in Clarksburg, Md., is launching a business operation to broaden offerings to the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD), particularly for applications related to command, control, communications, intelligence, computers, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR).

CLARKSBURG, Md. -- Thales Communications Inc. in Clarksburg, Md., is launching a business operation to broaden offerings to the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD), particularly for applications related to command, control, communications, intelligence, computers, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR).

Thales Communications will offer a wide range of C4ISR domain technologies, including electro-optics, to the U.S. through an expansion of the Thales Communications organization.

In 2003, the company launched a naval and maritime communications business, which is delivering Thales's automated, integrated shipboard high frequency (HF) communication systems to the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard.

Diane Reineke will lead the new organization as vice president. A member of the Thales Communications senior leadership team since 2004, she served as vice president of business development for Thales Communications during a period of significant growth and success delivering the company's software-defined tactical radio systems to all branches of the military.

Prior to joining Thales in 2004, Reineke spent more than 20 years at Lockheed Martin, where her last position was director, business development, Army C4I programs. For more information contact Thales Communications online at www.thalescomminc.com.

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