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Bae Systems names John Jarman Vice President of C31 Systems

BAE Systems has named John Jarman vice president and general manager of its Command, Control, Computing and Intelligence (C3I) Systems business, based in San Diego.

John Jarman, Vice President of C31 Systems, Bae Systems  (Photo by Bae Systems)

C3I Systems serves the defense, homeland security, and intelligence communities with solutions for imagery exploitation and analysis, systems integration, targeting, data fusion and archiving, and mission planning. C3I Systems employs 2,500 people at more than 10 U.S. sites that include San Diego; Reston, Virginia; Omaha, Nebraska; Rome, New York; Mount Laurel, New Jersey; and Pittsburgh.

Jarman previously served as vice president and deputy general manager of BAE Systems’ National Security Solutions business. He joined the finance organization of General Dynamics in San Diego in 1984 and transitioned with the business through multiple owners until its merger with BAE Systems in 1999. In 2001, he became vice president of business operations.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in information systems and master’s degree in finance from San Diego State University.

 

 

 

 

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