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Sigmatech, Inc. | News
SigmaCor, a joint venture (JV) of eight small businesses, appointed Mr. Cary Trafton as president to lead efforts supporting advisory and assistance services to the Air Force Space Command in Colorado Springs, CO.
Huntsville-based Sigmatech, Inc.
, the JV majority and managing partner for SigmaCor
, announced Trafton's appointment following SigmaCor's
win on the $450 million Air Force Space Command Contract for Space and Missile Capabilities (CSMC) program.
As president, Trafton brings 39 years aerospace experience and previously served as a senior business advisor for BearingPoint.
A retired Air Force Colonel, Trafton was the former director of multiple Air Force Space Command organizations, including Force Enhancement, International Affairs and the Plans and Programs Division.
Trafton's appointment adds a highly capable and recognized leader in the aerospace industry and complements SigmaCor's
mission of providing the Air Force Space Command responsive, versatile and adaptable solutions.
Sigmatech CEO MG Joseph Bergantz
(USA, ret.) stated, "On behalf of the SigmaCor joint venture team, I would like to welcome Cary
on board as president.
experience and background is beneficial as we look to expand our presence in the Colorado Springs area.
"On behalf of the JV partners and subcontractors, we are excited to be selected by the Air Force Space Command to provide systems engineering and technical services, stated SigmaCor President Cary Trafton.
Cary "CT" Trafton is Vice President, ...
Cary "CT" Trafton is Vice President, Membership for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of NDIA.He previously served four years on the NDIA RMC Board of Directors as the Finance Committee Chair.He is Vice President, Membership for the local Lance P. Sijan Chapter of the Air Force Association, a position he has held for five years.He is a member of AFCEA and the Association of Old Crows. Mr. Trafton joined BearingPoint as Senior Business Advisor where he researches, recommends, and participates in Air Force Space business opportunities.He
is people-focused, results-based leader with 25 years Program Management and 15 years Defense Business Development experience. Mr. Trafton retired as an Air Force Colonel after 22 years of service.He
was as a Mission Ready F-4 Fighter Pilot and Instructor Pilot, and flew operational missions in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East, and Far East.He
had direct diplomatic interface with foreign nationals from numerous countries conducting planning conferences and negotiating integrated operational exercises, and flew operational missions with foreign nationals.He
was 3 years as Wing Inspector General and 4 years as Flight Commander and Instructor Pilot with over 1000 IP hours in Fighters and Trainers. His
assignments include 13 years in Plans and Programs, 12 years Space Force Enhancement, 12 years Air Force Fighter Operations in the US, Europe, Middle East, and Pacific regions, 9 years Foreign Diplomatic Experience in the Middle East, Europe, Far East, and Worldwide with Air Force Space Command
, and 4 years Congressional Legislative Liaison.He ended his career at AFSPC where he served as Director, Force Enhancement; Director, Plans and Programs; and Director, International Affairs. Mr. Trafton holds a B.S. in Mathematics and an M.S. in Management and Business Administration.
Committee Chairperson: Cary Trafton, firstname.lastname@example.org, 719-630-8300