CORPORATE TEAM MEMBERS

AAC is a consultancy with a focus on systems engineering in DoD applications. Most employees have more than 25 years of experience in DoD systems acquisition, R&D, test and evaluation (T&E) and long term operations and sustainment.

AAC Team Members

 

www.aac-usa.com

Alion is a SEAPORT-e prime with incredible systems engineering and technology integration capabilities. AAC and Alion have a 12-year relationship in the Information Analysis Center (IAC) program out of DTIC and will bring an abundance of state-of-the-art RDT&E to SEAPORT-e.

Alion Team Members

 

www.alionscience.com

CTI creates solutions in wireless, stroage, and sensor networks for US Military application and commercial product development. Their work focuses in the convergence of these areas, developing solutions to overcome deficiencies in each, improving Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE) by providing Delay/Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN).

CTI TEam Members

 

www.critical.com

The antenna engineers at Millenium have over 47 years of combined experience in the design, fabrication and automated testing of antennas, microwave circuits, T/R modules and phased arrays for military and commercial applications. Millenium experience covers VHF, UHF and microwave antennas and arrays (passive and active) including broadband antennas such as log periodic dipoles, multiarm spirals, Vivaldi aerials, and narrowband arrays of dual polarized patch antennas in the X and Ku bands.

Millenium Team Members

 

www.millenniumantenna.com

R.A. Wood Associates has over 35 years of experience in providing state-of-the-art RF and microwave systems design an analysis, including noise figure analysis, intercept point predictions, spurious analysis, phase noise analysis, local oscillator (LO) designs and analysis, spreadsheet analysis programs, ATE station development for RF and microwave applications.

R.A. Wood Team Members

 

www.rawood.com

SRCTec manufactures leading-edge products, including such solutions as Lightweight Counter-Mortar Radar (LCMR TM), Lightweight Surveillence and Target Acquisition Radar (LSTAR TM), Counter RCIED Electronic Warfare System (CREW Duke) and SR Hawk TM Ground Surveillence System. SRCTec also prvides full lifecycle support including sparing, field support, training and depot repairs.

SRCTec Team Members

 

www.srctecinc.com

 

Individual Team Members

*For a listing of the Functional Areas listed in the "Capability" column, click here.

NAME
EMPLOYER/LOCATION
DISCIPLINE
CAPABILITY*
EXPERIENCE
Tyler, David AAC/Rome, NY (Zone 1) Systems Engineering
3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.7 and 3.16

Mr. Tyler is leading enterprise architecture programs for US DoD applications., as well as support for DoD agencies in the areas of JCIDS and CONOPS development, requirements analysis, systems engineering, specialty engineering, and organizational development. Mr. Tyler also actively teaches Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) courses across the US in the areas of system engineering, program acquisition, production, quality and manufacturing and logistics. Mr. Tyler has over 30 years of experience, and has performed research in the areas of information modeling of computer systems and their operational behavior.

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Schuldt, Robert AAC/Wichita, KS Manufacturing and Physics
3.3, 3.7, 3.16, and 3.17

Mr. Schuldt has been affiliated with AAC as an Applications Engineer since 1984. He has over 30 years of practical hands-on experience in manufacturing enterprises. During this time, he has held various engineering and management positions involving quality systems, product and process development, evaluation and continuous improvement. His expertise includes component manufacturing, process control and instrumentation, medical devices, and the telecommunications industries. In recent years, Mr. Schuldt has been extensively involved in Lean Manufacturing Systems, planning, and the operation of Manufacturing Cells. He has applied Process Capabilities Studies, Statistical Process Control and Measurement Systems Analysis. He has implemented process improvements through instructing and facilitating Taguchi experimental design methodology.

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Batol, David Alion Science & Technology Mechanical Engineering

3.2

Mr. Batol is experienced in design, analysis, computer-aided design, and manufacturing support for composite and metal structures. His experience also includes the use of finite element techniques to support analysis tasks for the design of structures. He has been and is currently involved in various naval composite programs including the topside structure in the DDX program and the composite CVN77 Main MAst Program. He also supported recent DDX programs asociated with major teat articles reflecting the deckhouse design (Fire-Shock Test Article, Integrated Deskhouse and Apertures Test Article, Quasi-Static Pressure Test Article, and component testing).

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Carter, Larry Alion Science & Technology, Seattle, WA Manufacturing Technology, Systems Engineering
3.x

Since 1971, Mr. Carter has provided the Navy and industry with leadership and at-sea experience with a focus on combat systems, ASW, and surface combatants as well as Program Management and Systems Engineering experience in the areas of Naval warfare, undersea warfare, logistics, acoustics, acquisition management, strategic planning, and process assessments and improvement.

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Duvieilh, Richard Alion Science & Technology Electrical Engineering
3.2

Mr. Duvieilh brings 26 years of experience realting to all levels of ship design and feasibility studies to design detail.

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Johnson, Walter Alion Science & Technology, Seattle, WA General Engineering, Naval Architecture and Mechanical Engineering
3.x

Mr. Johnson has been a Program Manager for many contracts including an 8year/$3M Naval Engineering, Vessel Environmental On Call contract with Washington State Ferries, the Washington State Ferries Environmental SEPA analysis for the new 130-Auto and 144-Auto Ferries, Washington State Ferries Environmental SEPA analysis for the Port Townsend-Keystone route, Life Cycle Enginering Design Support for USCGC Healy (WAGB 20), Integrated Logistics Consultant to the SNC Lavalin, Prime contractor for the PD and PI phase proposals for the Canadian Joint Support Ship, Supportability lead to the General Atomics Taem producing the Navy Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System for the CVN 78, drafted ILS plans for the US Navy Littoral Combat Ship proposal for the Raytheon Team, and drafted the Ship ILS plans for the USCG Deepwater proposal for the Boeing?Avondale Team.

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Kirschner, Ivan Alion (Zone 1) Naval Architecture
3.1

Mr. Kirschner has more than 25 years experience in hydrodynamics research, naval architecture and marine engineering in the defense, Navy laboratory, academic and offshore sectors. He has produced award-winning research and development of supercavitating high-speed bodies, and has documented performance in Senior project management and computational fluid dynamics (CFD).

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Read, John Alion, Norfolk, VA Information Systems
3.3

Mr. Read has more than 25 years exoerience in U.S. Navy surface shipoperations, culminating in the of a U.S. Navy warship and a multi-ship Amphibious Squadron. He has extensive and diverse leadership qualifications in jiont and naval operations. As a Captain in the Navy, he has experience in Expeditionary and Amphibious Warfare, Military Logistics, Joint Operations and Planning, Ship-to-Shore Movement, Multinational Operations, Joint Crisis Action Team Leader, Project Management, Organizational Administration, Public Speaking, Training/Instruction and Computer proficiency. He also has extensive Navy operational/expeditionary experience in support of the Office of Naval Research (ONR), Department of Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare, Combating Terrorism Science and Technology, Code 30. He has developed and conducted technology workshops and other activities to define NECC capability gaps and potential S&T solutions.

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Redmond, Mark Alion, Alexandria, VA Project Engineer
3.5

Mr. Redmond has over 15 years experience managing the design and construction of various classes of Navy vessels with the rsponsibility of configuration control, ECPs, etc.

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Reed, Brad Alion (Zone 1) Engineering
3.1, 3.2

Mr. Reed was the DDG 51 Class Planning Yard liason between DDG51 backfit and New Construction change activities. He has experience in strategig management/analysis functions in the areas of operations, project management, product development, material procurement, finance, contracts, informations systems and customer service. He started as a designer/CAD operator, and performed in a team environment with Bath Iron Works (BIW) personnel.

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Schaubel, Ray Alion, Alexandria, VA Project Engineer
3.6

Mr. Schaubel has 24 years of experience, 12 with IT solutions development, requirements definition, system design and HW/SW module spec development and testing.

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Scher, Bob Alion, Alexandria, VA Project Engineer
3.1

Mr. Scher has research directed at ship behavior in extreme conditions, early-stage development of innovative ship concepts, small surface craft dynamics, maritime enforcement technologies, unmanned surface craft and weight-saving approaches for high-speed ships.

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Schroeder, David J. MAC (Zone 1) Principle Engineer
3.7, 3.17

Mr. Schroeder is President of CTI as well as a Principal Engineer involved with vendors, customers and employees on a daily basis. He manages the company to achieve financial and growth goals consistent with the company business development plan and has successfully grown the organization to its current size.

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Dahn, Dave MA&D Operation, Boulder, CO Computer Engineering
3.3

Mr. Dahn has designed the User Interface for Unmanned Air and Ground Systems and Unattended Ground Sensors. His efforts resulted in a family of multi-modal controllers that allow a single soldier to simultaneously control multiple unmanned systems and their mission payloads. Unmanned Systems currently in use include Stryker, eXperimental Unmanned Vehicles (XUVs), Tactical Autonomous Chassis - Combat (TAC-C) variant, Pointer/Raven, RMax Helicopter and Organic Air Vehicle.

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Miller, Jeff MA&D Operation, Orlando, FL Space Systems Operation
3.3

Mr. Miller has more than 7 years experience in engineering, modeling and simulation, and program management. He is responsible for a number of programs in the areas of human factors engineering, systems analysis, discrete task modeling, and training systems design and evaluation. He has been involved in contract management associated with the design and development of modeling tools for various military human-systems integration programs. He has participated in the application of the simulationtools developed for the Navy, Coast Guard, Air Force, Army and private industry. He brings 21 years of operational experience with the U.S. Navy, including leading his crew into war during Operation Desert Storm.

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Plott, Chris MA&D Operation, Boulder, CO Industrial Engineering, Ergonomics
3.8

Mr. Plott has 20 years of applied experience in industries including: defense, telecommunications, healthcare and nuclear power.He is a Certified Professional Ergonomist and has performed analysis, design, teasting and management in the ares of computer interface design, industrial ergonomics, telecommunications systems and products, simulators and simulation. He has worked effectively with regulators, labor unions, all levels of management, and a wide variety of technical disciplines.

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Walters, Brett MA&D Operation, Boulder, CO Human Factors Psychology
3.8

Mr. Walters has formal training in human factors, computer science and software programming, industrial psychology, research design and statistics, user interface design, human-computer interaction, human memory and cognition, and human perception. He has managed over 15 programs covering: manning and the design of nuclear power plant control rooms, procedures regarding Missle Defense Command and Control, training for Army Soldiers and helicoptor pilots, fatigue and the control of UAVs, and the usability of communication software and digital photo storage devices.

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Wood, Robert R.A. Wood & Associates (Zone 1) RF and Microwave Engineering
3.1, 3.2

Mr. Wood has developed Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) for NSWC Crane for the SLQ-32 and other Navy Radar and EW systems. He has designed very high frequency RF and microwave switches and amplifiers for the specific needs of Naval programs.

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Allen, Phillip SRCTec, Syracuse, NY Psychology
Training Lead

Mr. Allen specializes in technical and non-technical communication and instruction. He has experience as a training developmer/conduct tech writer for electronic manuals, and is also a graphic artist.

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Baniewicz, Chris SRCTec, Syracuse, NY Program Management

Engineering/ Program Management

Mr. Baniewica has experience in Program Management and Business Area Management for Radar, Sonar, Combat Systems and Towed Arrays.

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Bojarski, Adam SRCTec, Syracuse, NY Geopolitics, Environmental Engineering
ILS Lead

Mr. Bojarski was an Army Company Commander for Combat Training Brigade, logistics, training, and lead logistics for Radar Systems.

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Knowlton, Peter SRCTec, Syracuse, NY Chemistry/Functional Management
Functioanl Management

Mr. Knowlton has experience in Functional Management and Service and Product Engineering for Radar and other force protection sensors.

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Laskowski, John SRCTec, Syracuse, NY ILS Manager
ILS Manager

Mr. Laskowski has worked as an ILS Manager for Radar and Electronic Systems, Combat Systems supporting training, tech manuals, provisioning, RMA, transportation and LORA.

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Murdock, Andy SRCTec, Syracuse, NY Engineering/ Product Support Engineering
Product Support

Mr. Murdock is an expert in Radar Project support.

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