Raytheon reorganizes tech services units
- By Gail Repsher Emery
- Jan 20, 2004
Raytheon Technical Services Co. LLC, a subsidiary of Waltham, Mass.-based Raytheon Co., consolidated two of its business units and appointed new members to its leadership team, company officials announced Monday.
Reston, Va.-based Raytheon Technical Services combined its base and range services and infrastructure services units to create the logistics and training systems unit.
Daniel Schultz will be its general manager. He came to Raytheon from the Naval Air Systems Command, where he was program manager for the multibillion-dollar Joint V-22 Osprey program. The V-22 Osprey is a tilt-rotor, vertical takeoff and landing aircraft designed for the Navy, Marine Corps and U.S Special Operations Command.
The new unit provides logistics services related to supply chain management and operation services, particularly at difficult or remote sites, and designs and implements training solutions for military and civil customers.
David Dacquino was appointed general manager of Raytheon Technical Services' system and product support solutions business unit, company officials said.
Dacquino moved to Raytheon Technical Services from Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson, Ariz., where he served as deputy of Surface Navy Air Defense Systems, the largest product line within the missile systems subsidiary.
Dacquino's unit provides engineering and integrated system and product support logistics capabilities to U.S. government customers and contractors. The unit also supports Raytheon systems deployed in military and civilian agencies.