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Irving A. Backman & Associates

July 09, 2015 09:04 ET

Brig. General Paul H. McGillicuddy (USAF, Ret.) Joins Irving A. Backman & Assoc., LLC and The DATT Group as Technology Advisor, Environmental Initiatives

DEDHAM, MA--(Marketwired - Jul 9, 2015) - Retired USAF Brigadier General Paul H. McGillicuddy has joined environmental specialists Irving A. Backman & Associates, LLC and The DATT Group.

According to well-known environmentalist Irving A. Backman, "General McGillicuddy brings a unique technological perspective to our team.  As he explained to me, after 31 years of military service in the defense of our nation, he feels it is time to give back and there's no better way than to look for ways to reduce energy consumption, increase food production and dispose of waste more efficiently and effectively." 

General McGillicuddy was commissioned in 1984 after graduating from the United States Air Force Academy. Accumulating more than 3,600 hours of flight time, he served as an instructor and evaluator pilot, flight commander, and inspector general. The General commanded a fighter squadron, an air base wing, a reconnaissance wing, and an air expeditionary wing.

His last assignment prior to retirement was Vice Commander, Pacific Air Forces, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and the Deputy Joint Air Force Component Commander to the Commander, US Pacific Command. PACAF is responsible for US Air Force activities spread over half the globe, supporting 45,000 Airmen serving in Japan, Korea, Alaska, Hawaii, and Guam.

General McGillicuddy makes his home in Honolulu, HI with his wife and daughter.

About Irving A. Backman & Associates and The DATT Group
For four decades, Mr. Backman has led a team of scientists, developers, entrepreneurs, and businessmen dedicating their intellectual resources and skills to the advancement of Earth-friendly technologies relating to sustainability, the reduction of harmful emissions to the atmosphere and significant and meaningful attempts to reverse Global Warming. Organizations include Acopia Harvest International, AgriPower, ISI Energy, and National Institute for Environmental Sustainability and Training (NIEST).

Everyone in the organization has made a commitment to help significantly reduce Global Warming by 2025, utilizing innovative and often disruptive technologies. Headquarters are at 2312 Great Meadow Road, Dedham, MA 02026. Telephone 781-234-2696 or visit 

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