The Chairman of the GET Board of Directors is pleased to announce the addition of Vice Admiral Jerry O. Tuttle, USN (Ret.) to the GET Board of Directors. Admiral Tuttle brings decades of knowledge, experience and relationships to the Corporation. Welcome aboard Admiral Tuttle!
AFCEA San Diego President, Benito Hobson, presents Capt. Joe Beel, USN, CO SSC Pacific, a certificate of appreciation upon his Change of Command/Retirement.
Jim Loiselle, Chairman of AFCEA SD BOD, and Dave Grundies, AFCEA Regional Vice President look on.
GET General Manager, Leslie Adams, is introduced as a finalist in the San Diego Business Journal’s 20th Annual “Women Who Mean Business” Awards in November. The event recognizes dynamic women business leaders and role models, selected for their achievements and contributions to San Diego companies.
On November 6, 2013 the General Services Administration audited GET Engineering’s business practices and contract compliance against GSA Schedule GS-35F-0636S. GET is honored to have received the resulting “GSA Report Card” rating GET Engineering as “EXCEPTIONAL” in all respects.
Under the August sun, GET Engineering Corporation, a privately held, Small Business in San Diego’s East County, celebrated the “Succession of CEOs” on Friday, September 13, 2013. Retiring President and CEO Greg Mac Neil passed the helm to Captain David Grundies, USN (Ret.), during a ceremony held at the company’s facility in El Cajon.
"In the early ’80s, a government employee named Rod Tuttle was working for the U.S. Navy in Pt. Loma in the infancy of what is now known as the Naval Tactical Data System. NTDS is a computer-to-computer information system that, essentially, informs a Navy commander what’s going on around his ship and enables him to make strategic and tactical evaluations and decisions, rapidly and accurately."
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Mr.and Mrs. Hileman with the Production Department.
Ralph Hileman, one of four people credited with inventing the U.S. Navy’s Tactical Data System (NTDS) visited the Company headquarters on August 16th to see the latest technology adaptation to systems he designed over 50 years ago.