Fred Harrison Joins Lone Star as Systems Engineering VP; Matthew Bowers Comments

Fred-HarrisonFred Harrison, a 34-year technology and contracting veteran, has joined Lone Star as vice president of systems engineering at the business and government advisory firm.

He most recently oversaw capture functions and advanced missile engineering programs at MBDA Inc. as the company’s technology VP, Lone Star said Thursday.

Matthew Bowers, Lone Star VP for corporate development, said Harrison will leverage his technical and programmatic expertise to support key programs of the company.

Harrison also held senior management and technologist roles at ATK (NYSE: ATK),  Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) and Texas Instruments.

Over the years, he has made technical contributions and achievements in the areas of fielded weapon systems, guidance and control design, and systems engineering.

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