Cindy Griner is a 35-year veteran of Dynetics and vice president of the Engineering Services and Solutions Division at Dynetics. Ms. Griner also serves as the president of Dynetics' wholly owned subsidiary, Aviation and Missile Solutions. Her division is responsible for electro-optical/infrared and acoustic sensor systems, lethal mechanisms, platform integration, computer applications and information security engineering. Ms. Griner oversees major contract activities under AMCOM EXPRESS, OASIS, and Other Transactional Authority efforts, such as DOTC, with a primary focus on engineering services and development activities for the U.S. defense community.
Ms. Griner joined the company in 1982 after earning a bachelor's degree in engineering physics from Murray State
University. She earned her master's in electrical engineering at the University of Alabama in Huntsville in 1992. Ms. Griner has supported a number of customers and programs during her tenure with Dynetics, including most recently the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) Joint System Integration Lab and PM UAS in evaluation of interoperability, prototyping and integration of emerging technologies, and simulation development for training and exercise support. She has also supported the AMRDEC Weapons Development and Integration Directorate in sensor, seeker, data processing, and lethal mechanism development and integration activities for multiple U.S. Army tactical weapon programs.