Commuter Air Technology strengthens special programs team to pursue new market opportunities

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Commuter Air Technology (CAT), an AGC Aerospace & Defense company, headquartered in Oklahoma City, announces James Crawford as Director of Signals Intelligence Training.  Crawford, a former USMC Master Sergeant with 21 years of service, 10 of which were in Special Operations, brings extensive experience in tactical and strategic Signals Intelligence collection operations.  

"We're pleased to attract high quality talent such as James Crawford,” said Darryl Wilkerson, CAT President.  "We pride ourselves in providing the most relevant SI training for our special-missions clients.”

In his role with CAT, he is responsible for the training and mentorship of Special Operations Forces Signals Intelligence Operators from all SOCOM components through technology courses and exercise support.  Also part of his role is discovering cutting edge intelligence collection technology that will support CAT’s vision of being a world-class ISR integrator and provider of remote sensing solutions on the ground, by sea or in the air. 

Prior to joining CAT, Crawford was the founder of Alpha28 Consulting, a premier Signals Intelligence training company that has been offering research and development and training to equip our Special Operators in the latest tactics, techniques and procedures for operating in an SI environment. Crawford, a master instructor himself, also brings with him highly qualified and accredited instructors that are vital in supporting and certifying our US Special Operators in their worldwide missions.

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