Huntington Ingalls Industries [HII] on Wednesday announced new business groups at its Technical Solutions segment, which now incorporates the former Alion Science and Technology that was acquired earlier this month.

Technical Solutions retains the Unmanned Systems, and Nuclear and Environmental Services groups, while realigning and renaming the former Defense and Federal Systems group as part of the new structure.

The new business groups include Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), led by Garry Schwartz, who previously was in charge of Defense and Federal Systems. The ISR group designs, develops, integrates and manages sensors and systems in support of ISR operations, exploitation and analysis.

Three additional business groups were also added, including Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) Solutions, led by Glenn Goodman, who was in charge of the same group at Alion; Cyber and Electronic Warfare (EW), headed in an acting capacity by Terri Walker-Spoonhour, who is also chief operating officer of Technical Solutions and was Alion’s senior vice president for operations; and Fleet Sustainment, which is headed Ryan Norris, who ran the Fleet Sustainment business area in the former Defense and Federal Solutions group.

Fleet Sustainment is responsible for hull, mechanical and electrical and C5ISR maintenance, modernization and integrated product support. LVC designs, develops and operates enterprise tactical training systems and EW provides full spectrum cyber, big data architectures, analytics and cloud migration, EW and foreign material exploitation.

Technical Solutions continues to be led by Andy Green, its president, and remains headquartered in Newport News, Va. The segment also made additional appointments including Todd Borkey as chief technology officer, Chris Bishop as chief growth officer, Chris Soong as chief information officer, and Rich Fisne, senior vice president for contracts and procurement.

Alion was acquired for $1.7 billion and is expected to add about $1.6 billion in sales in 2022. Technical Solutions generated $1.3 billion in sales in 2020. Alion’s business was in the areas of ISR, military training and simulation, cyber and data analytics.