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ExecutiveGov covered federal government focused news stories and published profiles of government executives this past week.
One government official that was profiled on the website was Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Jon Davis, who currently serves as deputy commander of U.S. Cyber Command.
Prior to his current role, the 33-year military veteran served as commander of the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing between July 2010 and May 2012 and as deputy assistant commandant for aviation for the two years prior.
He previously served at Fort Meade from 2006 to 2008 as deputy commander of the joint functional component command for network warfare.
Before his leadership roles, Davis flew more than 4,500 mishap free hours in the AV-8 and other fixed, tilt-rotor and rotary-winged aircraft.
After serving as an exchange officer in the British Air Force, Davis served as an instructor in Yuma, Ariz where his VMA won the CNO Safety Award and the Sanderson Trophy two years in a row and exceeded 40,000 hours of mishap-free operations.
His decorations include the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal, two Defense Superior Service Medals, two Legion of Merit awards, three Meritorious Service Medals and three Navy Commendations.
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