What: Happy Hour
When: April 17th, 2009 1500-1900
Where: The Clubs at Quantico
Guest will be Mr. John Burrow, Deputy Commander MCSC. Cost to support AFCEA scholarships is only $5 per person. Hors D’oeuvres, beer and wine will be provided thanks to corporate sponsorship support. Please contact the secretary using the Contact Form on the website at https://www.afcea-qp.org/contact-us/
Senior Executive Service
John D Burrow
Deputy Commander, Marine Corps Systems Command, C4ISR
Mr. Burrow has over twenty years experience in the definition, design, development, integration, test, and operational employment of combat systems and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I) systems, and over 15 years experience in technical line and program management.
Mr. Burrow currently serves as the Deputy Commander, C4I Integration, Marine Corps Systems Command. Prior to this assignment, Mr. Burrow served as the Force Warfare Systems Department Head, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD), as the Naval Sea Systems Command Technical Area Expert for Surface Ship Combat and Weapon Control Systems, and as the Technical Process Owner for Open Architecture (2004-2006). Mr. Burrow has served as the Program Executive Officer for Integrated Warfare Systems Director of Combat Systems Engineering (2003-2004); the NSWCDD Maritime Defense Division Head, Theater Warfare Systems Department (2001-2003); the Surface Ship and Combat Systems Engineering Division Head, Combat Systems Department (1997-2001); the Navy’s Open Architecture Project Leader (2002-2003); the NSWCDD Program Manager for the 21st Century Surface Combatant (DD 21/ DDG 1000) program (1995-2001); the Technical Director of the Navy’s DD 21 Technical Team (TECH TEAM 21) (1997-2001); and the Principal Instructor and Coordinator of the Surface Ship Combat System Engineering curriculum at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Professional Summer for Naval Engineers (1996-1998).
Mr. Burrow is a Certified Level III Acquisition Professional in the Advanced Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering (SPRDE) and Program Management (PM) acquisition career fields. Mr. Burrow was appointed to the Senior Executive Service in 2004.