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Paul Geery is vice president, Network Solutions within the Network & Tactical Systems division of Boeing Defense, Space & Security. He is also the program manager for Boeing’s Brigade Combat Team Modernization (BCTM) program, which is building a versatile mix of mobile, networked Brigade Combat Teams that can leverage mobility, protection, information and precision fires to conduct effective operations across the spectrum of conflict.
Before assuming the role of program manager, Geery was the Integrated Product Team (IPT) Leader for the C4ISR team on the BCTM program. He was responsible for the implementation of the program activities associated with Battle Command Software development, Integrated Computer Systems, Ground and Air-Based Sensors as well as integration of the BCTM Complementary Program radios.
From September 2005 to March 2007, Geery was the program manager for the Orbital Express Demonstration System program in Huntington Beach, Cal. Geery was responsible for program execution for under an agreement between DARPA and Boeing.
Geery has held a number of program management positions most recently in the Boeing Phantom Works organization within the Homeland Security directorate. From April 2003 to October 2004, he was responsible for program execution under a government contract for the X-37 Approach and Landing Test Vehicle (ALTV), a program intended to demonstrate cost-effective access to space with reliable and reusable systems.
Prior to this Geery was the Director of all Human Space Flight activities performed at Boeing, in Huntington Beach, Cal. He was responsible for all design, development, testing and engineering support activities associated with the International Space Station and Space Shuttle activities in Huntington Beach. This activity included all NASA contract responsibilities as well as the NASDA Centrifuge Program activities. Geery was named to this position in December, 2001.
Geery has also served as the Director of International Space Station activities in Huntington Beach as well as the Avionics Subsystems Integrated Product Team manager for the International Space Station Program. He was responsible for the prime contractor activities associated with the complete development of the Command and Data Handling Subsystem, the Guidance Navigation and Control Subsystem, the Communications and Tracking Subsystem and the External Control Zone Subsystem software development.
Geery joined The Boeing Company (previously McDonnell Douglas) in 1983. In addition to his current responsibilities, Geery has been involved in many aspects of the Boeing BDS business, including Integrated Product Team leadership, engineering management, and design engineering responsibilities, including ground support equipment design, user interface software development, and avionics hardware design. He has been involved in Ballistic Missile Defense Programs, Neutral Particle Beam, Advanced Development (IRAD) and International Space Station.
Geery has a Bachelor of Science Degree from California State University, Long Beach and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University.
Charles ‘Chuck’ Pizzutelli has nearly 40 years of military communications and applications experience and has been a member of the Program Executive Officer, Command, Control and Communications Tactical (PEO C3T) since its inception in 1987, the organization responsible for development, acquisition and fielding for nearly all command and control and communications systems for tactical echelons of the US Army. He is currently serving as the Assistant PEO for this $2B/year organization, headquartered at Aberdeen Proving Ground with major elements in Fort Belvoir and Huntsville. One of his primary responsibilities, now concluding is to lead the reconstitution of the PEO as it has been forming at APG in accordance with BRAC 2005. In addition he serves at the director of the PEO technical industrial liaison office, the PEO’s entry for our industrial partners. 1997 till mid-2008, he served at the Chief Engineer for PEO C3T, thereby responsible for the system engineering and integration of the PEO’s portfolio of battle command, network and enabler products in support of US Army organizations worldwide. He has been very active in the US Army’s digitization and transformation initiatives. Assignments prior to joining the PEO included Interoperability Engineer for Project Manager, Mobile Subscriber Equipment and Project Leader/Engineer for numerous lower level programs.
His government service includes over 10 years of active military time as an officer of the Signal Corps with assignments at Ft Huachuca, Ft Gordon and in Korea.
He holds a BS degree in mathematics/computer science from Carnegie Mellon University and a masters in computer science from the University of Arizona. He was one of the first movers under of BRAC 2005 as he has settled in Bel Air, MD with his wife, Sunny. The couple has two grown sons who currently call the Outer Banks of North Carolina home.
His primary outside interests are history, travel and photography.
Assistant Program Executive Officer
Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland
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