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Command Security Names Paul Brost CFO - Quick Facts

Command Security Corp. (MOC: Quote) announced the appointment of Paul Brost as its Chief Financial Officer.Brost's appointment was effective immediately upon his employment start date of January 14, 2013, in conjunction with the opening of the Company's new corporate office.

Prior to joining the Company, Brost, age 59, served as the Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer of UNISYS Federal Systems (UIS) from 2009 until 2010. In addition, from 2001 until 2009, he was the Senior Vice President, Finance for Orbital Sciences Corp. (ORB).

The company also announced that Barry Regenstein stepped down as Chief Financial Officer, effective upon Brost's appointment. At the same time, Regenstein agreed to remain with the Company in his role of President through the end of the company's current fiscal year, which ends March 31, 2013.

In addition, the company said it opened its new corporate headquarters in Herndon, VA which will consolidate headquarters personnel from three existing office locations. The transition of corporate functions is expected to be completed by February 15, 2013.

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