Greg Sabra Retires from Coast Guard and Joins ThayerMahan
Sabra Brings Broad Technical and Operational Coast Guard Experience to ThayerMahan
Groton, Connecticut (20 February 2019) – Commander Greg Sabra announced his retirement from the US Coast Guard after a distinguished 20-year career. Sabra, a graduate of the US Coast Guard Academy, served in a variety of diverse billets during his two-decade career including sea-going assignments on several cutters, project management assignments at shipyard/repair/maintenance facilities, and at the Coast Guard Academy as an Engineering instructor and operations/resource director. Greg also earned two masters degrees from MIT in Naval Architecture/Marine Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Connecticut, and Program Management Professional.
As ThayerMahan continues to expand its footprint performing US Navy and Coast Guard missions, while growing its manufacturing and production capacity, Greg's expertise and experience will be an invaluable addition to the management team. As Greg stated, “After serving 20+ years in the Coast Guard, I am excited to bring my engineering, project management and military experience to ThayerMahan. I am looking forward to helping the company grow in support of the defense and protection of our nation.”
ThayerMahan is a Groton, CT based marine autonomy company specializing in providing custom-tailored autonomous solutions to a variety of government and commercial customers. ThayerMahan provides unique Search-As-A-Service maritime domain awareness solutions using a myriad of integrated sensors and platforms directed from its state-of-the-art operations center.
Mike Connor, ThayerMahan's President and CEO said, “Greg Sabra brings to ThayerMahan a unique blend of Coast Guard experience in engineering, operations, and project management that, coupled with our recognized expertise in naval operations, will uniquely position our company to better serve the needs of the Coast Guard and Department of Homeland Security. Additionally, Greg's impeccable engineering credentials in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering will further bolster our technical acumen in the field of marine robotics, systems integration, autonomy and operations."