WASHINGTON , May 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) has appointed Frank Brown vice president of Navy programs in the company's U.S. Business Development organization.
As Raytheon's primary contact to the company's Navy customers, Brown is responsible for identifying and pursuing Navy business growth opportunities and maintaining customer satisfaction.
Following a 24-year Navy career, Brown retired as a Captain. He was deputy program manager of the Joint Standoff Weapon program and chief engineer for the AIM-9X and the AAAM (Advanced Air-to-Air Missile) programs.
In 1995, Brown joined Hughes Aircraft Company, which merged with Raytheon in 1997, as the director of Cruise Missile Defense Systems in the Washington office. In 2002, he joined Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson, Ariz. , where he was director of Business Development for the Advanced Programs product line. Immediately prior to his new assignment, Brown was director of special systems for Advanced Programs.
Brown has a bachelor's degree in political science from the
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