Former: Vice President - Special Projects, General Dynamics Corporation
Former: Assistant Secretary of Defense for C3I; Deputy Under Secretary of Defense, C3I

E. E., Electrical Engineer, University of Arizona, 1965
M. S., Electrical Engineering, University of Arizona, 1957
B. S., Electrical Engineering, The Citadel, 1955

Gold Medal for Engineering, Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Association, 1987
Distinguished Civilian Service Award, Department of the Army, 1987
Medal for Distinguished Public Service, Department of Defense, 1987

Field(s) of Specialty:
Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence (C3I)
Weapons Systems

Career Experience:
Staff Vice President, Long Range Planning and Business Development, General Dynamics Corporation (Present)
Vice President, Space Program Strategies and Integration, Space and Strategic Missiles Sector,
Lockheed Martin Corporation, 1990-1999
President, Lockheed Integrated Solutions Company, Lockheed Missiles & Space Company, Inc., 1988-1990
Vice President, Systems Group, Computer Sciences Corporation, 1987-1988
Assistant Secretary of Defense (C3I), Department of Defense, 1984-1987
Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (C3I), Department of Defense, 1981-1984
Division Vice President, Engineering, RCA Corporation, 1978-1981
Director of Engineering, Martin Marietta Aerospace, 1977-1978
Deputy Chief, Office of Microwave, Space & Mobile Systems, DoD, 1974-1977
Chief, Engineering Staff, HQ EUCOM, NSA, 1971-1974
Manager, Defensive Systems, Martin Marietta Aerospace, 1963-1971
Graduate Student and Instructor, Electrical Engineering Department, University of Arizona, 1959-1963
Air Force, Active Duty, National Security Agency, 1957-1959

“Strategy for Survival,” T. L. Martin, University of Arizona Press
“Transistors and Integrated Circuits,” J. B. Lippencott
Numerous technical papers


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