Retired general joining Anteon

A veteran Army general, who has spent much of his career specializing in transformation, warrior training and strategic planning, has accepted a job with Anteon International Corp. as senior vice president in the Information Systems Group.

Major Gen. Zannie Smith will oversee Anteon's Army and Defense programs under the categories of operations and logistics planning, transformation and training solutions.

Smith recently retired from a 40-year military career where he most recently served as deputy commanding general of XVIII Airborne Corps at Fort Bragg, N.C.

He has also served in numerous operational command and senior staff positions, including command and control oversight for the United States Army Reserve Command.

'Zannie Smith's extensive experience and proven leadership abilities will be an asset in developing and implementing strategies to deliver unmatched value to our Defense clients,' according to Joseph M. Kampf, Anteon President and CEO.


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