Fairfax, Virginia – November 17, 2020 – MAG Aerospace announced the addition of Thomas W. Weston, CPA, to the Board of Directors.
Mr. Weston brings broad-based experience in all areas of financial management including strategic planning and budgeting, external financing, mergers and acquisitions, investor relations, and prudent income tax strategies. His extensive knowledge and experience in matters associated with companies contracting with the U.S. Government, including those that are subject to the Federal Acquisition Regulation and Cost Accounting Standards, will further strengthen and support the long-term success of our organization as the world’s premier real time situational awareness service provider.
“Tom is an experienced financial executive with a proven record of accomplishment over a 30-year career, further strengthening the breadth and depth of financial expertise on our board,” said Joe Fluet, CEO. “It is a privilege to welcome him to the team and I am confident he will make an immediate positive impact on the decisions that guide our company.”
Tom previously served as Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, and Secretary at ECS Federal, LLC (“ECS”). During his tenure, he led the key accounting and finance initiatives of the approximately $900 million company. He also played a vital role in driving strategic direction through a focused mergers and acquisitions program. In 2018, he led the sale of ECS to ASGN, Inc., a large publicly held company. Mr. Weston holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from James Madison University.
About MAG Aerospace
MAG Aerospace, headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, is a leader in providing and enabling real-time situational awareness to help its customers make the world smaller and safer. MAG delivers full spectrum C5ISR Services (integration, operations, training, and technical services) and other specialty aviation to federal, international, civilian, and commercial customers around the world. MAG’s team of 1,700+ professionals operate 200+ manned and unmanned special mission aircraft, delivering ~150,000 flight hours annually on six continents in support of its customers’ missions. For more information on MAG Aerospace, please visit www.magaero.com