Michael Meaney Promoted to Northrop Land, Self-Protection Systems VP

Michael Meaney

Michael Meaney, a 20-year veteran of Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC), has been promoted to vice president of advanced land and self-protection systems within the company’s electronic systems sector.

He will oversee the development of new electronic warfare, tactical information processing, electro-optical/infrared sensor and self-protection technologies for customers’ ground and airborne missions in his new position, Northrop said Friday.

Meaney has directed the organization’s ground-based tactical radar group prior to being appointed to his current role.

He also served in director role at Northrop Grumman Amherst Systems, where he oversaw the group’s laboratory stimulation and open-air radar simulation product offerings.

He holds an MBA from Niagara University and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of New York.

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