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Rob Walker Named CTO at NSWC Crane

Rob Walker, a technical leader of 30 years at Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane, has been named the new chief technology officer of NSWC Crane.

In his new role, the executive will oversee efforts encompassing science and technology investments, laboratory pilot programs, technology transfer and technical field education, Naval Sea Systems Command said Monday.

Walker has led projects for all NSWC mission areas and held managerial, engineering and advisory positions since joining the center in 1988.

The newly appointed CTO said that NSWC Crane's nearly 1.5K scientists and engineers worked on R&D efforts amounting to over $80M last year.

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