Thomas Cole Re-Appointed to VMASC Industry Board of Advisors

McLean, Virginia, December, 11, 2014 – DDL OMNI Engineering announced today that Mr.
Thomas K. Cole, Vice President of the Simulation and Systems Division, has recently been
appointed to the Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center (VMASC) Industry Board of
Advisors as an At-Large Member. Mr. Cole has served two consecutive 3-year terms as a VMASC
Board Member and was ineligible for reelection. To retain his corporate knowledge, he was
appointed by the VMASC Executive Director as one of only two At-Large members. DDL OMNI has
been a corporate member of VMASC since its inception in July 1997.

The Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center is a not-for-profit, collaborative enterprise
center managed through the Office of Research at Old Dominion University. VMASC partners with
industry, government, military and academia to focus on six core Modeling and Simulation (M&S)
capabilities. These core capabilities include Military M&S, Homeland Security and Homeland
Defense, Medical Simulations, Transportation, Serious Gaming and Enterprise Executable
Architectures. Dr. John Sokolowski serves as the Executive Director of VMASC.
"We are pleased to have Mr. Cole continue to represent DDL OMNI on the VMASC Board of
Advisors and are pleased to continue our close relationship with VMASC,” said DDL OMNI
Chairman, President and CEO, James E. Schaeffer; “DDL OMNI understands the strategic goals of
VMASC and recognizes its importance to the Commonwealth of Virginia as well as its significance
to the growth and development of the modeling and simulation industry."

The DDL OMNI Simulation and Systems Division provides support to a variety of customers
including the U. S. Joint Forces Command, Fleet Forces Command, Naval Sea Systems
Command, Space and Naval Warfare Command, Navy Warfare Development Command, and the
Numbered Fleet Commanders. The division’s principal services and technologies include
Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V); Verification, Validation and Accreditation (VV&A);
Test and Evaluation (T&E); computer-assisted wargaming; design, development and delivery of
simulation-based training; tactical classroom support; Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTP)
development and the development and application of modeling and simulation tools.

DDL OMNI is an engineering and technical services company whose capabilities include systems engineering and analysis, materials and structures engineering, design and prototyping, operations research, information technology, program management and acquisition support, logistics engineering, distributed simulation and wargaming, environmental services, and award-winning web design and development services. 

The company is headquartered in McLean, VA, with offices in Virginia Beach, VA; Newport, RI; Norwich, CT and San Diego, CA. Personnel also serve at government facilities.

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