GeoSpectrum Business Development Director Recognized for Meritorious Service by Governor General of Canada.
Nova Scotia, Canada 28 November 2017 – GeoSpectrum Technologies (GTI) would like to congratulate a member of its team CPO2 (ret.) Sean Kelly, Director of Business Development, for being recognized as a Member of the Order of Military Merit. Sean received this honour from Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada, during an official ceremony in Ottawa on November 10, 2017. General Jonathan Vance, Chief of the Defence Staff, was also in attendance.
Created in 1972, the Order of Military Merit recognizes meritorious service and devotion to duty by members of the Canadian Armed Forces. The Order honours them for their commitment to Canada, according to the following three levels of membership: Commander (C.M.M.), Officer (O.M.M.) and Member (M.M.M.).
GeoSpectrum is exceptionally proud of Sean’s achievements both in and outside the military. He was a SONAR Operator within the Navy, having a prestigious career over 26 years. Please join us in recognizing Sean for his outstanding achievement.
About GeoSpectrum Technologies Inc.
GeoSpectrum is a Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada based supplier of marine acoustic hardware and systems. GeoSpectrum is known as a high tech solutions provider in the underwater acoustics field with innovative new products such as the Towed Reelable Active Passive Sonar (TRAPS) and lightweight Portable Acoustic Target System (PATS). The company supplies its products to the defence, oil and gas, surveillance, and environmental sectors.
GeoSpectrum is a wholly owned subsidiary of Elbit Systems Ltd.
For more information, please contact Sean Kelly: Sean.Kelly (at) geospectrum.ca
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