Bryant also previously served as Program Element Monitor for Sustainment Technologies at the Pentagon and the Lead Program Manager for the F-35 Logistics Systems Integrated Product Team in Virginia. Wright-Patt will soon become the home of F-35 Hybrid Product Support Integrator Organization.
HPSI supports a global fleet of more than 340 aircraft and when it moves to its new location at Wright-Patt it will be led by the Air Force with a workforce from the Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, international partners and industry. The program will become fully operational at Wright-Patt in 2022.
Bryant replaces Maurice “Mo” McDonald, who left the DDC in September after working there for eight years. McDonald now works for PE Systems where he is leading a contract supporting Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
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