Raytheon Announces Executive Appointments
March 11, 2010
Richard R. Yuse, 58, has been named president, Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems (SAS) business, effective immediately.
In May 2007, Yuse was named president of Raytheon Technical Services Company (RTSC, Reston, VA), which provides technical, scientific and professional services, as well as training services and outsourcing for defense, federal and commercial customers worldwide.
Since joining Raytheon in 1976, Yuse has held positions of increasing responsibility on a variety of programs in the company. Prior to being named president of RTSC, Yuse served as vice president of integrated air defense at Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) business. In that role, he was responsible for all Air Defense programs within IDS for a variety of domestic and international customers.
Before leading Integrated Air Defense, Yuse was vice president of IDS' Missile Defense business area where he was responsible for programs such as the Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS), Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD), Upgraded Early Warning Radar (UEWR) and the Sea-Based X-Band Radar (SBX).
Harris Named President of Raytheon Technical Services Company
Raytheon Company has named John D. Harris II, 48, president, Raytheon
Technical Services Company, effective immediately. Harris succeeds
Most recently, Harris served as vice president of Raytheon Contracts
and Supply Chain, where he was responsible for the leadership,
direction and performance of both organizations and for the development
and implementation of global Supply Chain solutions in the service of
Harris joined Raytheon in 1983 and has held a series of increasingly
senior roles in the company, including vice president of Contracts for
Raytheon's government and defense businesses and vice president of
Operations and Contracts for Raytheon's former Electronic Systems
business. In this capacity, he was responsible for manufacturing,
supply chain management, quality, environmental health and safety, and
security for Raytheon Electronic Systems.
Wilkins Named Vice President of Contracts and Supply ChainRaytheon has named David Wilkins, 50, vice president, Raytheon
Contracts and Supply Chain, effective immediately. In his new role,
Wilkins will join the Raytheon Leadership Team and report directly to
Raytheon chairman and CEO William H. Swanson.
Wilkins previously served as vice president, Contracts for Raytheon's
Network Centric Systems (NCS, McKinney, TX) business. He
joined Raytheon NCS in January 2002 as director of Contracts for
Command, Control and Communications Systems in Marlborough, Mass.
Before joining Raytheon, Wilkins served in a number of positions with
increasing responsibility in the aerospace and defense industry.
Wilkins has also served as a contracting officer and acquisition
analyst at the DoD Space and Missile Systems Center (Los Angeles), and in the Air Force's Contract Management Division (Anaheim, CA).