Advertisement “We waited as long as we could to make these changes because we care about our people,” Marty Daniel, President and CEO of Daniel Defense, said in the release. “Those affected by these layoffs are real people with families. They are good people. I feel it’s appropriate that we be appreciative of them and remember their contribution to our success. Our hope is that they’ll find new jobs as soon as possible. We’ve hired a firm to help them with this transition as we believe this is the right thing to do.”
In November 2016, Daniel Defense broke ground on a 300,000 square foot facility.