Supporting Our Warfighters


Blue Angels Foundation thanks Abaco Systems

As I mentioned last time I wrote on this subject, Abaco is in the business of supporting our warfighters—delivering embedded computing systems that can make a significant contribution not only to ensuring their safety, but also to maximizing their effectiveness.

Supporting the Blue Angels Foundation is an extension of that commitment and this year, as we have previously, we made a financial donation. The 2017 event at the US Naval Academy Golf Course raised over $100,000 that will go towards helping wounded veterans.

The Blue Angels Foundation is a non-profit organization that was formed by former Navy Blue Angels Demonstration Squadron team members—of whom our own director of business development, John Chehansky is one—out of a desire to provide support to fellow military men and women who served with honor and experienced injury of some type.


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Rubin Dhillon

Rubin has spent over 20 years in the embedded computing world, in roles ranging from support to sales to product management and even garbage collector. He experienced the huge growth (and crash) of the telecom industry, and he's spent time dabbling in medical, industrial, transportation and military applications. Rubin figured he has so many stories to tell, he should get into marketing and so he is now our Global Director of Marketing for all things embedded. Connect with Rubin on LinkedIn and he'll explain the "garbage collector" story…

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