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Former KC-46 System Program Director, Colonel Chris Coombs, USAF (Ret), Joins Dayton Aerospace

We’re pleased to announce that Colonel Chris Coombs has joined Dayton Aerospace as a senior associate following retirement from the US Air Force (USAF). He has extensive senior program management experience in numerous aircraft, including: fighters; bombers; tankers; trainers; intelligence; surveillance, reconnaisance (ISR); special ops; and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), as well as special weapons. Chris served as system program director (SPD) for four major weapon systems: KC-46 Aerial Refueling...

Mark Fraker, Former USAF Senior Leader for Avionics and Integration, Joins Dayton Aerospace

We’re pleased to announce that Mr. Mark Fraker has joined Dayton Aerospace as an associate. Mark recently retired as technical advisor, avionics & integration for the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Engineering Directorate (AFLCMC/EN-EZ). He has extensive experience in systems development, including policy, processes, and procedures across...

Dayton Aerospace SMEs to Provide F-22 Division (AFLCMC/WWU) Critical Financial Management Expertise

Dayton Aerospace is pleased to be part of the Peerless Technologies team awarded a $67.7M task order for Engineering, Professional, and Administrative Support Services (EPASS) to the Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC), Air Force Life Cycle Management Center F-22 Division (AFLCMC/WWU) at WPAFB. Specifically, Dayton Aerospace will provide...

Lt General C. D. Moore II, First AFLCMC Commander, Joins Dayton Aerospace as Executive Vice President

We are extremely pleased to announce that Lieutenant General C. D. Moore, II, US Air Force (USAF) (Ret), has joined Dayton Aerospace as executive vice president, board of directors (BOD) member, and owner. C.D. recently retired as the first-ever commander of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC), where he built...

Defense Acquisition Reform: Where do We Go from Here?

The US Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations recently contacted over thirty experts from a broad range of backgrounds and solicited their views on the Department of Defense (DOD) acquisition process and how weapon system procurement can be improved. Their findings are summarized in the 2 October 2014 Staff Report titled Defense Acquisition Reform: Where...