Mike Eison, a former principal research scientist and engineer at Auburn University’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, has joined Dynetics as director of Army electronic systems within the company’s cyber and missile defense business.
He brings missile system design and performance management experience to his new position, Ronnie Chronister, Dynetics’ director of Army, cyber and missile defense programs, said Monday.
Eison previously directed the system simulation and development directorate at the U.S. Army‘s Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center.
Before that, he held the role of chief engineer in the Army’s Lower Tier Project Office, which manages the development of Patriot missile, Pac-3 Missile Segment Enhancement interceptor, Joint Tactical Ground Station and Medium Extended Air Defense Systems for the military branch.
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