George E. Clark

Corporate Development Officer

George E. ClarkGeorge E. Clark was named DDL OMNI’s Corporate Development Officer in 2001 to identify, develop, and acquire the necessary technology and support systems to position DDL OMNI as a contractor of choice in the engineering and services industry.  Previously, he served as Vice President, Engineering Services Division, a position he held since 1988. In this capacity, he managed numerous R&D programs from concept and prototype development to fleet introduction of submarine electronic systems, towed arrays, and special projects for ship silencing programs.

Prior to joining DDL OMNI, Mr. Clark was Technical Director of the SSN department for Tracor Corporation, responsible for all NAVSEA-sponsored non-propulsion electronic system alterations on board SSN Class submarines. At Tracor, he managed approximately 100 engineers, scientists, and technicians for the design, review, and installation of major sonar and communications systems on board SSN 637, SSN 688, and SSN 688I submarines.

Following a four-year enlistment in the U.S. Navy as a communications operator, Mr. Clark joined General Dynamics Electric Boat Division in 1962 in the nuclear instrumentation group, then assumed the role of Field Engineer in the Submarine Sonar department. In 1968, he joined Bendix Electrodynamics Corporation as a team leader for the groom and calibration of the TUBA System preparing SSN 637 Class submarines for special operations.

Mr. Clark holds a bachelor’s degree in management science and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of New Haven.