Lt. Col. Scott Patterson is joining the Kepler and Kepler Spacecore inc. team

Lt. Col. Scott Patterson is joining the Kepler and Kepler Spacecore inc. team
02/25/2019 kepleraerospace
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Kepler Aerospace Ltd. (“Kepler”) announces that Lt. Col. Scott Patterson is joining the Kepler and Kepler Spacecore Inc. (“KSC”) team as Government Liaison, Director of Business Development and Director of Kepler SpaceCore.

February 12, 2019 – Cape Canaveral, Florida – Kepler announces that Lt. Col. Scott Patterson will be joining the Kepler and Kepler SpaceCore team as Government Liaison, Director of Business Development as well as a Director of Kepler SpaceCore.

Lt. Col. Scott Patterson has served our great nation for nearly three decades in positions ranging from combat arms, medical and counter- drug/counter-narco terrorism. His assignments included overseeing and managing budgets in the tens of millions of dollars. He last served at the Pentagon in Army Public Affairs and holds one of the highest security clearances in the Nation.

Kepler and Kepler SpaceCore are elated to have Lt. Col. Scott Patterson join the Kepler team. His time in the military has honed his management skills and Kepler believes that his presence will ensure the growth of the business through the acquisition of both government and civilian contracts. Mr. Patterson will be operating out of the Kepler’s Kennedy Space Center facilities inCape Canaveral, Florida.

For more information about this acquisition please contact: info@kepleraerospace.com

 

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