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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Nagata joins CACI as Corporate Strategic Adviser | WashingtonExec

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Retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Michael Nagata has been named by CACI International to be a corporate strategic adviser and senior vice president. As a corporate strategic adviser, Nagata’s responsibility is to enhance the company’s national security-related expertise and technology offerings. Nagato has more than three decades of experience with the Army Special Forces. CACI President and CEO, John Mengucci, welcomed Mr. Nagata, stating that his “depth of policy and combat experience, including senior counter-terrorism policy and operations posts, will be critical to ensure CACI continues to anticipate and meet the needs of our national security customers.”

Source: https://washingtonexec.com/2020/01/caci-names-michael-nagata

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