Exelis announced today that it has appointed Peter Martin as vice president and general manager of its electronic attack and release systems business on Long Island, New York.
Martin's career has spanned a range of functions within Exelis, including program management, manufacturing and technology development. He has been responsible for leading teams that have successfully deployed technology on a wide range of platforms that include the F-35 Lightning II, P-8 Poseidon, F-16 Fighting Falcon, F-15 Eagle, B-52 Stratofortress and C-130 Hercules, as well as unmanned aircraft and classified programs.
"Peter has continually demonstrated the exceptional leadership, insight and commitment to our customers that will help advance their missions and our own business objectives," said Rich Sorelle, corporate vice president and president of Exelis Electronic Systems.
A graduate of the Exelis leadership development program at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business, Martin holds a green belt in Six Sigma process management and a bachelor of science in business administration and management. Prior to joining Exelis, Martin served as a cryptologic linguist in the US Air Force.
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Exelis has been awarded a follow-on contract from Lockheed Martin to manufacture composite missile bodies and structures for Lots 11 and 12 of the Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM). The value of the award is approximately $20 million
Exelis and Airbus Defence and Space have agreed to offer users of ENVI image analysis software seamless access to the Airbus Defence and Space catalog of geospatial imagery. With easy access to the worldwide Airbus Defence and Space archive, ENVI users will save time on mission and project planning with the ability to discover needed data and preview images without leaving the ENVI environment
Exelis received two international orders totalling to $58 million for radios, installation kits and spare parts The first order is valued at $28 million to provide an existing international customer with additional communications equipment, spare parts and ancillary devices. Communications equipment acquired under the contract includes the SINCGARS (Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System), with installation kits and spares to support the system
Exelis announced Monday that it has won an US Air Force $6.3 million contract to provide AN/PLM-4 Radar Signal Simulators (RSS) to test radar warning receivers on various aircraft
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