Mike Moody is the Dynetics vice president and manager of the Product Development and Hardware Division. Moody has been in management at the company for more than 30 years and has overseen significant growth of the company's hardware and products solutions business over the last ten years. Moody sets the strategic direction for the division, manages and oversees all indirect investment dollars at the division level, and holds the responsibility for the division's financial performance.
His division has approximately 250 engineers, technicians, and product support personnel. The focus of this division is to provide DoD, aerospace and commercial hardware products to a broad range of customers including all three military services, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the intelligence community and commercial customers. The division includes personnel covering all phases and elements of product development and manufacturing. The organization includes Dynetics' Shalimar, Fla., office, which supports Eglin Air Force Base, and an office in Ridgecrest, Calif., which supports the Naval Air Warfare Center.
Moody began his career at Dynetics supporting the Strategic Defense Command where he worked in the electronic warfare arena. He transitioned to supporting the intelligence community in the late 1980s working several advanced radar and missile programs. He has managed numerous advanced programs for the company, playing a key role in Dynetics' overall hardware, manufacturing and corporate process improvements initiatives.
He has served on the board of directors of the Doolittle Institute at Eglin Air Force Base and currently serves as an advisory board member to the Auburn University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. His work has been recognized by Dynetics as the Dr. Duane Hays Outstanding Engineer Award and by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers receiving the Outstanding Engineer Award.
Moody earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Auburn University and a master's degree in engineering from Southeastern Institute of Technology.