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Lt. Col. Carl H. Dubac, USMC Retired

Lt. Col. Carl H. Dubac, USMC Retired

Tuesday, February 21st, 1933 - Saturday, April 10th, 2021
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Lt. Col. Carl H. Dubac, USMC Retired, of Compton, MD passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 10, 2021, at the age of 88.

Carl was a United States Marine Corps aviator and served with great honor and distinction for over 20 years. He was a Vietnam War Veteran where he flew A-4E and A-6A Intruder aircraft in combat. He flew 274 combat missions (222 in the A-6A) during the Vietnam War. Carl’s combat awards include the Air Medal with 2 stars plus numeral 18, and the Navy Commendation Medal with “V”.

During his first tours, he flew F-1E/AF-1E Fury and F-8D Crusader fighter aircraft. In 1961, he entered Navy Test Pilot School, and after completion, conducted flight tests on Navy and Marine Corps operational/developmental aircraft for three years. He concluded his military career as a Test and Evaluation Engineer and Program Manager of Navy and Marine Corps aircraft systems and weapons requirements, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1976.

In 1977 Carl co-founded DCS Corporation, http://www.dcscorp.com, an employee-owned private company, which offers advanced technology and management solutions to government agencies in the national security sector. Beginning with five employees, the company has grown to about 1,800 employees at many different locations across the country. Carl was in a management role until 2010 and remained involved until his retirement in 2018.

Carl’s Professional and Honorary affiliations include: Sigma Xi, IEEE, Intruder Association, Tailhook Association, Society of Experimental Test Pilots (Associate Fellow), and The Early and Pioneer Naval Aviators Association (Golden Eagles).

Carl will be cremated and his ashes interred at Arlington National Cemetery next to his first wife and the mother of his children, Janet (Kinney) Dubac.

Surviving are his wife, Franziska Dubac of Compton, MD; his four children: Karen Hause of Sun City Center, FL, Carl M. Dubac of Compton, MD, Kathryn Helbringer of Compton, MD, Curt Dubac of Catlett, VA; grandchildren: Michael Helbringer, Kyle Dubac, Matthew Hause, Jennifer (Hause) Motenko, Carl C. Dubac, Kevin Dubac, Jesse Dubac; seven great-grandchildren; his sister Betty Bradley in Vassar, MI; and so many nieces, nephews, family, and friends. Preceding him in death are his granddaughter, Kelli (Dubac) Robertson.

Funeral services with full military honors will be held at Arlington National Cemetery at a date to be announced.

Memorials may be made in Carl’s name to St. Mary’s County Historical Society, 41680 Tudor Place, Leonardtown, MD 20650 or Hospice of St. Mary’s, PO Box 625, Leonardtown, MD 20650.
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    Funeral services with full military honors will be held at Arlington National Cemetery at a date to be announced.
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    ARLINGTON, VA 22202
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dcs Employee #106

Posted at 11:01pm
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- Psalm 91 💗 ... Own it!

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For our Hearts  ...
💖💗💖  Rejoice! 🔥🕊

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Megan Hildenberger

Posted at 09:35am
Carl was unforgettable, from his jubilant and genuine greetings, to his attitude of service for those he worked with. I believe he made it one of his goals to acknowledge every single person in his company. He always had a smile that touched his eyes, and he seemed to pull humor into almost any situation. I will always remember how kind, caring, and generous he was. DCS won't be the same without his warm-hearted and commanding presence.
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Fred Severson

Posted at 03:28pm
My wife Mary and I first met Carl Dubac at a DCS Christmas Party shortly after I joined DCS. Five years later we saw him at another DCS Christmas Party and he said, "Fred and Mary, so good to see you again!" The fact that he remembered both of our names, after such a long time, amazed me and truly impacted upon me the fact that Carl always put people first. A great leader, a visionary, and American hero, he will be sorely missed and never forgotten.
Fred Severson
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Kim Toby

Posted at 09:06am
I had the honor and privilege of knowing Carl having started with DCS back in 1999. He was definitely a force of his own. I will always remember him for his smile, his infectious personality, and his laugh. He would come to Michigan to give talks about the ESOP and everyone always loved to see him. He made everyone feel like they were special and part of something unique. He will be greatly missed. Thinking of all his family and friends as you celebrate his remarkable life.
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Terri Weadon

Posted at 01:40pm
My heart is broken to hear about Carl's passing. I feel I have lost not only an incredible friend but someone I considered family. Carl was my mentor, my hero, and one of the nicest men I have ever met. No matter what kind of a day I was having, just seeing or talking to Carl would make it all better. If he knew you, he made you feel like you were family. I have so many fond memories of Carl that I will cherish forever. My heart goes out to Franziska, Karen, Carl M., Kathryn, Curt and all of his family and friends and DCS family. Carl loved his family so much. You have my heartfelt sympathies. The loss of someone so dear is never something easy but anyone that ever knew Carl will never forget him. He was one of a kind.
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