Anthony DiGiorgio

Mr. DiGiorgio has worked as as engineer since 1967, beginning with the guidance and control division of Litton. A tech rep in Vietnam for almost three years, he worked on inertial and bombing systems on various aircraft for the U.S. Air Force, Marine Corps, and Army. In 1972, he began to work on the engineering plant control system for the Spruance (DD-963) class, and in 1980, he transferred to civil service, working for the Atlantic Fleet Technical Support Center. For the past 26 years, he has resolved problems on most automated control systems on board U.S. Navy ships.

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