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Spectrum’s CEO, Jeff Wassmer is a USAF veteran with extensive career experience in Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance, delivering communications and computer systems expertise. His USAF tenure was highlighted by his selection as one of the first USAF Distributed Common Ground System site System Communication (SC) Officers supporting several first-time deployments of intelligence ground components to areas of conflict.

Shortly after his departure from active duty, Jeff entered industry as a network architect in Warner Robins, Georgia, where he continued his support of C4ISR systems and operations. It is here he envisioned a wide-area communications backbone network that would enable high volume and distributed ISR operations. Jeff joined forces with Anthoney Stoney, now the Vice Chair of Spectrum’s Board of Directors, to merge a new vision for communications with the Air Force ISR systems modernization and advanced capabilities plans. The end result was a true collaborative intelligence environment which connected analytical centers continents apart to join forces and disseminate near real-time intelligence to the battle-space.

Spectrum Comm, Inc. was incorporated on March 27, 1999 to provide the Department of Defense with new innovative services and solutions to achieve enhanced mission performance and force-modernization expertise to transform future ISR capabilities and systems. Since its inception, Spectrum has experienced solid growth.

Spectrum is currently operates from 23 locations with two corporate offices around the country. Our focus on the highest ethical standards and operational excellence ensures quality and efficiency.

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