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The Honorable Sean Stackley (right), assistant secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition, pins a Navy Distinguished Civilian Service medal on William “Bill” Taylor during a Change of Leadership ceremony June 21 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Taylor, Program Executive Officer Land Systems and a member of the Senior Executive Service, has served as the Marine Corps’ only PEO since 2007. Stackley lauded Taylor for taking several “broken” programs and turning them into “model” programs. “The PEO’s programs are strong, and the PEO is strong,” Stackley said. “We wouldn’t have that without this superior individual who wasn’t just there at the beginning, but stayed for a decade.”
160621-M-PS121-649.JPG Photo By: Monique Randolph

Jun 22, 2016
MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Virginia - The Honorable Sean Stackley (right), assistant secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition, pins a Navy Distinguished Civilian Service medal on William “Bill” Taylor during a Change of Leadership ceremony June 21 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Taylor, Program Executive Officer Land Systems and a member of the Senior Executive Service, has served as the Marine Corps’ only PEO since 2007. Stackley lauded Taylor for taking several “broken” programs and turning them into “model” programs. “The PEO’s programs are strong, and the PEO is strong,” Stackley said. “We wouldn’t have that without this superior individual who wasn’t just there at the beginning, but stayed for a decade.”


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