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MG (Ret.) Eugene C. Renzi (2006)

MG  Eugene Renzi retired from the United States Army in 1990 with 32 years of service. At the time of his retirement, he was the Director for Command, Control and Communications Systems, U.S. Pacific Command. His earlier tours included duty as a communications staff officer in Vietnam, Commander, 40th Signal Battalion, Commander of Operations Command and Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans, US Army Communications Command, Washington D.C., Commanding General, 7th Signal Command at Fort Ritchie, Maryland and J6, United States Pacific Command. 

After retirement, General Renzi joined Mantech International and is now president of the Defense Systems Group and Senior Executive Vice President of the corporation. His duties encompass corporate development in defense communications. In June 2003 General Renzi was elected as chairman of the board of directors of AFCEA International.

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