Victor Ferlise, the founding partner of Ferlise and Associates, was formally inducted into the Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) Hall of Fame on April 7th 2016.
Victor was recognized as the first-ever civilian to fill the role of Deputy to the Commanding General of CECOM, assuming the position in 1992 until his retirement from federal service in 2007. Victor oversaw the development of the Team Fort Monmouth concept and transitioned it into the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, or “Army Team C4ISR” concept.
Other inductees from the inaugural class, include former commanders retired Lt. Gen. Emmett Paige Jr. and retired Maj. Gen. Robert Morgan; former Civilian Executive Assistant/ Deputy to the Commander of Tobyhanna Army Depot Mason C. Linn; and nuclear physicist and world-renown authority on nuclear-radiation technology Dr. Stanley Kronenberg.
“This Hall of Fame is only a small token, a small placeholder where we recognize in such a small way, larger contributions for a greater good,” said Maj. Gen. Crawford, the current CECOM Commander at Aberdeen Proving Ground.