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LTG(ret) Joseph M. Cosumano Jr. Joins CFDRC

LTG(ret) Joseph M. Cosumano Jr. Joins CFDRC

Joseph M. Cosumano Jr.Huntsville, AL - Jan 30, 2013 -Mr. Cosumano joins CFD Research Corporation (CFDRC) as President, effective 1 Feb 2013. Mr. Cosumano’s military and civilian experience in key modernization efforts make him a perfect fit to lead CFDRC as it continues to make significant discoveries and applications.

Mr. Cosumano has always been at the forefront of efforts to ensure U.S. Services were equipped to meet the challenges of the 21st Century throughout his 35 year career. He led the Army’s 1st Quadrennial Defense Review, initiated the Joint Program Office NMD/GMD, was the Army’s Force Modernizer, stood up the Future Combat Systems/Objective Force Office and culminated his service as the Commanding General, Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC), during 9/11 and early stages of OEF and OIF.

Mr. Cosumano’s civilian career has ranged from SVP at ATK Thiokol, to SVP KBR and lastly President and CEO of Agility Defense and Government Services. In each assignment, growing the company and providing excellent value to the customer.

Dr. Ashok Singhal, Co-Founder, outgoing President and currently Chairman of the Board, said: “Mr. Cosumano’s leadership, management, and business experiences are invaluable in our quest for making greater impact with our technologies and growing CFDRC to the next level, we are excited to have him lead our team”.

CFDRC, founded in 1987, is a leading Research and Development company, with numerous patents and IP rights in key technologies such as Nano-technology, Materials, Propulsion, Biomedical, Simulation Software, Aerospace and Energy.


CFD Research Corporation develops and commercializes innovative technologies for aerospace, biomedical, energy, and materials markets. CFDRC is headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama. For more information contact: Dr. Vincent Harrand (, 256-726-4814), or visit

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