Craig Faller named to Sigma Defense advisory board

On June 16, Perry, GA-based Sigma Defense Systems announced that Admiral Craig S. Faller, U.S. Navy, Retired, has been appointed to the company’s board of advisors. Admiral Faller retired from active duty in December 2021 following his last assignment as Commander of United States Southern Command, headquartered in Miami, Florida, where he was responsible for US military operations in Latin America and the Caribbean.

“Admiral Faller is a tremendous addition to the Sigma Defense board of advisors and will provide us valuable strategic guidance on solutions and services,” said Sigma Defense CEO Matt Jones. “His vision for integrating technology, operational concepts, and capabilities were critical to his successful career, and that vision will help us better serve the men and women of the U.S. military.”

On the Sigma Defense Systems Board of Advisors, Admiral Faller joins a team of exceptional industry veterans, including Lieutenant General Francis Beaudette, US Army, Retired; Scott Ritchie and Thor James, co-founders of Sigma Defense; and John Lyons, CEO of SOLUTE, a Sigma Defense company.

Admiral Faller graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1983 and served in critical roles at sea and ashore throughout his career. Prior to his role as Commander of U.S. Southern Command, he was Senior Military Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, James Mattis, where he provided assistance to the Secretary across the full range of Department of Defense activities. He also had Command tours as head of Navy Recruiting Command, two warships, and an aircraft carrier strike group. Significant shore assignments included Chief of Legislative Affairs for the entire Department of the Navy and Director of Operations for United States Central Command.

Source: Sigma Defense

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