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4C Controls Announces the Appointment of Dr. Philip Hayden as Vice President, Security Assessment & Threat Analysis
Date:8/18/2008

4C Controls Inc. (OTCBB: FOUR.OB) today announced it has appointed FBI Supervising Special Agent (Ret.) Dr. Philip Hayden as its Vice President, Security Assessment & Threats Analysis.

NEW YORK (Business Wire EON) August 18, 2008 -- Dr. Hayden comes to 4C Controls after a distinguished career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Dr. Philip Hayden has spent years involved in many aspects of law enforcement and security. While in the United States Army, he was trained in infantry and demolitions and went through airborne, ranger, pathfinder, jungle and sniper schools. He received the Purple Heart, Bronze Star for Valor and the Distinguished Service Cross for his heroic actions in Vietnam.

DUTIES AND CONTRIBUTIONS

  • Hayden comes to 4C Controls mandated to establish the world's finest security assessment team. With 4 decades of experience in law enforcement, military, counter-terrorism and security and surveillance, Dr. Hayden's expertise working with the management team at 4C Controls assures both capability and dedication at the heart of every 4C Controls project.

ABOUT DR. HAYDEN

Since the early 1970s, Dr. Hayden worked as a Supervisory Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a case agent where he was involved in criminal cases, organized crime, and foreign counterintelligence. He also served as a program manager and tactical instructor at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Dr. Hayden has certifications in Tactics and Defensive Tactics, Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT), Crisis Management, Firearms and Hostage Negotiation. Through his many years of experience, training and instructing, he has designed, developed and implemented lesson plans on subjects ranging from making arrests and handling subjects to tactical
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