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Robert E. Sutton

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Senior Marketing Executive

Local Address: Maryland, United States
LabCorp
1440 York Court Extension
Burlington, North Carolina 27215
United States

Company Description: Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings is an independent clinical laboratory company. The Company has a national network of 36 primary laboratories and over...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Officer, Aeronautical Engineer
    United States Air Force
  • Special Agent
    United States Air Force
  • Aerospace Ground Equipment Technician
    United States Air Force
  • Senior Property Marketing and Sales Consultant
    National and International Real Estate Companies
  • Senior Property Strategist
    National and International Real Estate Companies
  • Sales Consultant
    Gold Coast International Realty
  • Senior Property Marketing and Sales Consultant
    Burleigh
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Web References
Our Team | Gold Coast International Realty
www.gcir.com.au, 24 July 2014 [cached]
Robert Sutton
Sales Consultant
+61 412 938 855
robertsutton@gcir.com.au
Robert ...
www.palmbeachfn.com.au, 11 Jan 2013 [cached]
Robert Sutton
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Robert Sutton
December QUA 2005
www.flmars.org, 1 Dec 2005 [cached]
Army MARS Chief Bob Sutton recently alerted members that the grandfathering period for MARS nets is coming to an end. ,All MARS members should consider this standard when purchasing new equipment and should meet this standard no later than 1 January 2008,, he announced in a recent message to the membership.
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Sutton, who turned 64 in August, has held the Chief,s post since 14 Dec.1989.His membership in MARS dates back to 1961 when he was serving in the U.S. Air Force.The centerpiece of his 15-year tenure has been transferring the rank-and-file focus from handling morale-and-welfare traffic to the nation,s emerging need for emergency backup communications.Linking servicemen with their loved ones by MARSgram and phone patch may have been deeply rewarding for the members.After the 1991 Gulf War, however, much of that mission was overtaken by inexpensive phone cards, cell phones and e-mail,that and the lack of familiarity with HF radio among younger Army commanders.Besides, when the Army first welcomed Hams into a support role back in 1925, the purpose was to provide radio operations training to the Army and emergency communications backup.That priority has never changed.Under Sutton,s leadership, MARS training has concentrated on emergency operations for the past decade.Sutton reflected on the new situation in a column published in this space last August.As the next step in preparing for this role, he urged MARS members now to take the initiative in contacting local and state emergency services, familiarizing them with MARS capabilities, and working directly with them to develop integrated operations. ,There lays the success story for MARS,, he concluded.
December QUA 2005
www.flmars.org, 1 Dec 2005 [cached]
Army MARS Chief Bob Sutton recently alerted members that the grandfathering period for MARS nets is coming to an end."All MARS members should consider this standard when purchasing new equipment and should meet this standard no later than 1 January 2008," he announced in a recent message to the membership.
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"The purpose of this change is to provide more channels in an already congested spectrum," Chief Sutton said."Several states have already begun shifting their repeater frequencies to meet this plan and are planning to purchase new repeaters."Conforming VHF equipment is already on sale and this list can also be found at https://ntc.cap.af.mil/index.cfm.
Change of Command: While Bob Sutton was at Ft Meade MD during the Grecian Firebolt05 exercise he made it known he'd be retiring as Chief of Army MARS within the coming year.Sutton, who turned 64 in August, has held the Chief's post since 14 Dec.1989.His membership in MARS dates back to 1961 when he was serving in the U.S. Air Force.The centerpiece of his 15-year tenure has been transferring the rank-and-file focus from handling morale-and-welfare traffic to the nation's emerging need for emergency backup communications.Linking servicemen with their loved ones by MARSgram and phone patch may have been deeply rewarding for the members.After the 1991 Gulf War, however, much of that mission was overtaken by inexpensive phone cards, cell phones and e-mail,that and the lack of familiarity with HF radio among younger Army commanders.Besides, when the Army first welcomed Hams into a support role back in 1925, the purpose was to provide radio operations training to the Army and emergency communications backup.That priority has never changed.Under Sutton's leadership, MARS training has concentrated on emergency operations for the past decade.Sutton reflected on the new situation in a column published in this space last August.As the next step in preparing for this role, he urged MARS members now to take the initiative in contacting local and state emergency services, familiarizing them with MARS capabilities, and working directly with them to develop integrated operations."There lays the success story for MARS," he concluded.
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