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Clint Crosier, Director of the Aerospace and Solutions Business Unit at Amazon Web Services
Retired Maj. Gen. Clint Crosier is the director of the Aerospace and Solutions business unit at Amazon Web Services and is a Potomac Officers Club member. He joined the company in August 2020 following 21 years of military and public service.
Crosier leads a team that supports commercial and government clients’ efforts to build and operate satellite networks. His work is dedicated to ensuring that customers will meet and exceed mission expectations by using various AWS technologies and driving technical innovation across the space industry.
At the Space Force, he led the planning and implementation of the military branch when it was newly established. As the task force lead official, he worked with leaders from Department of Defense components to develop short- and long-range planning that are necessary to implement what USSF was designed to be.
Prior to the establishment of the U.S. Space Force, he held various leadership positions across the U.S. military. These include director of requirements at the U.S. Air Force, commander of the Air Force Space Command’s 460th Space Wing, director of space forces at the U.S. Central Command and director of space and intelligence programs at the Office of the Secretary of Defense.
Crosier holds a master’s degree in national security policy studies from the U.S. Naval War College, a Master of Business Administration degree from The University of Southern Mississippi and a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from Iowa State University.
AWS offesr analytics, blockchain, cloud financial management, cloud migration and quantum technology products and solutions to government and commercial clients. It is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and has multiple offices within and outside the U.S.
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