The missiles business, which includes the ICBM Prime Integration program,
the Kinetic Energy Interceptor program and the Missile Engineering Center,
will be led by John Clay , vice president and general manager, reporting to
Alexis Livanos, corporate vice president and president of Space Technology.
Petters, 48, joined Newport News in 1987 in the submarine construction
division. His assignments at Newport News have included nuclear ship design
and construction, contracts, human resources and management of the
shipbuilding trades, culminating in his election as corporate vice president
and president in 2004. Petters graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1982
with a bachelor's degree in physics. He served as an officer aboard the USS
George Bancroft before joining the Naval Reserve in 1988. He earned a master's
degree in business administration from the
Teel, 59, joined Northrop Grumman in 2000 and was elected corporate vice president and president of Ship Systems in 2005. His leadership during and following the devastating Hurricane Katrina allowed the company to execute a remarkable recovery and regeneration of the Gulf Coast shipyards, including delivery of six warships whose construction was severely disrupted by the storm. Prior to his Ship Systems assignment, Teel was sector vice president, Airborne Early Warning & Electronic Warfare Systems for the company's Integrated Systems sector. He has nearly 30 years of experience in engineering and program management for C4ISR systems. Teel graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering, and from George Washington University with a master's degree in engineering management.
Agee, 64, was elected corporate vice president and president of Mission Systems in 2005. He came to Northrop Grumman in 1987 following a distinguished career in Naval Intelligence, and during his tenure he managed many of the company's C4ISR and missile systems businesses.
Livanos, 59, joined Northrop Grumman in 2003 and has led a number of
Northrop Grumman divisions. He was elected corporate vice president and
president of Northrop Grumman's Space Technology sector in 2005. Livanos
earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, a master's degree in
engineering science, and a Ph.D. in engineering science and physics from the
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