Mike Eison has joined the Dynetics Cyber and Missile Defense Department as director of Army Electronic Systems. Eison comes to Dynetics from the Auburn University Samuel Ginn College of Engineering where he served as a principal research scientist/engineer. Prior to that, he was director of the System Simulation and Development Directorate for AMRDEC. He also served as chief engineer for the Lower Tier Project Office, the government agency responsible for leading the Patriot missile, Pac-3, Missile Segment Enhancement, JTAGs and the U.S. Medium Extended Air Defense System programs.
Ronnie Chronister, director of Dynetics Army, Cyber and Missile Defense Programs, said, "Mike is an asset to our team given his unique blend of experience - he is a recognized expert in the area of missile system design architecture and performance. That expertise, coupled with his demonstrated ability in leveraging advanced academic research to support rapidly changing missile threat environments, provides the Army and Dynetics with a significant increase in capability in the critical areas of electronic warfare and cybersecurity."