DELTA Resources Appoints Rob Gardenier as New Director of Warfare Systems

Jeff Brody

Robert (Rob) Gardenier, an accomplished engineer and acquisition professional with more than 30 years of experience, has been appointed the new director of Warfare Systems for DELTA Resources, Inc., the company announced on Friday

Gardenier will apply his expertise in management, engineering, and acquisitions to develop innovative solutions for Government customers involving Warfare Systems and will contribute to DELTA's strategic company objectives.

As the Systems Integration PAPM in PMS515, Gardenier headed the FFG(X) Program's GFE procurement, Test and Evaluation planning, Network Architecture and Cybersecurity design and planning as well as Aviation, C4I and Weapons Systems Integration. 

He's led several SOCCOM and WARCOM funded efforts as the Technical Director for PMS Naval Special Warfare and served as the PAPM for New Technology Development for Special Operating Forces Undersea Mobility programs in PMS399.

In addition to his civilian career, he maintained a commission in the U.S. Navy Reserve as an Aerospace Engineering Duty Officer; retiring at the rank of CAPTAIN in 2017. His assignments at NAVAIR included: AIR 4.0X PGSS Program, PMA275 V-22 Osprey Program Office, PMA260 Common Support Equipment Programs, and more.

ABOUT DELTA Resources, Inc. 

DELTA Resources, Inc. is a woman-owned business, established in 2000 to provide support services to the Federal government and the private sector. With 350+ employees and annual revenues exceeding $50 million, the company maintains a steadfast focus and sustained growth in national security mission areas. DELTA achieves its corporate objectives through a partnership-oriented commitment to excellent customer service and employee development.

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