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Raytheon Selects Mark Kula to Lead Tactical Airborne Systems

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) named Mark Kula vice president of Tactical Airborne Systems at the firm’s Space and Airborne Systems business.

Kula joins Raytheon with responsibility for TAS program and financial performance, new business capture, and strategic vision, planning and execution.

“Mark brings an extensive knowledge of defense technology and information systems to Raytheon, ” said Rick Yuse, president, Space and Airborne Systems. “His expertise and experience will ensure the highest level of support continues for our military customers worldwide.”

Kula will oversee the TAS program’s “financial performance, new business capture, and strategic vision, planning and execution.”

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