Kepler Aerospace Ltd. (“Kepler”) announces that Mark Daniels is joining the Kepler and Kepler Spacecore Inc. (“KSC”) team as CEO of the Kepler SpaceCore Group of Companies.
February 12, 2019 – Cape Canaveral, Florida – Kepler announces that Mark Daniels will be joining the Kepler and Kepler SpaceCore team as CEO and Director of Kepler SpaceCore.
Mr. Daniels will be joining Kepler as CEO and Director of Kepler Spacecore. He is dedicated and loyal to Customer Service and Customer Satisfaction and is able to drive our response to the important and often unique customer requirements that are our focus, as our mantra is “Your Mission…Is Our Mission.” From specialized international aircraft services to complex FMS/DCS cases, we have an experienced cadre of personnel to meet the challenges that we are tasked to perform.
Mark Daniels is an innovator and visionary in commercially supported defense programs. He has been in the business of providing unique services to U.S. and NATO forces for the past 20 years as a civilian defense contractor and he has overseen and managed various aviation related programs, many having budgets in excess of $500 million dollars USD in value. Mark was one of a few select civilian defense contractors to operate and provide tactical fighter jet aircraft for initial and advanced pilot training courses. He has a vast knowledge and experience in the acquisition of military assets and working Foreign Military Sales / Direct Commercial Sales (FMS/DCS) hybrid cases.
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