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Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems Names Carey VP For ISR Systems

Tim Carey has been named vice president for Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems' Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Systems organization. (PRNewsFoto/Raytheon Company)
by Staff Writers
McKinney TX (SPX) Jan 29, 2008
Raytheon's Space and Airborne Systems business has named W. Timothy Carey vice president for its Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Systems organization. Carey will report to Jon Jones, Raytheon Company vice president and president of SAS.

"Tim brings a proven track record of growing strong organizations and fostering collaboration across multiple businesses," Jones said. "He will lead a critical core market component of SAS as we leverage our recent sensor business success."

Carey assumes overall responsibility for the business operations and strategic direction of the ISR systems group, which produces and supports a vast array of electro-optical and infrared sensors, active electronically scanned array and scanning radars, and various integrated system solutions for strike, persistent surveillance and special mission applications.

He will succeed Michael L. Proch, who is retiring after 34 years of dedicated leadership and outstanding contributions to the company.

Previously, Carey served as vice president and deputy for National and Theater Security Programs in Raytheon's Integrated Defense Systems business. Since joining Raytheon in 1978, Carey has held positions of increasing responsibility including vice president for integrated air defense.

He has provided leadership for such key products and projects as the Patriot and Hellenic Patriot air and missile defense systems, the National Missile Defense X-Band Radar, the Joint Land-Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor, and the System for the Vigilance of the Amazon, an environmental monitoring effort for the government of Brazil.

A native of Massachusetts, Carey received a bachelor's degree in physics from the University of Lowell and a master's degree in electrical engineering from Northeastern University.

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