BAE’s U.S. Arm Names 15-Year Vet Terry Crimmins Electronic Systems Sector Head; Jerry DeMuro Comments

Terry Crimmins

Terry Crimmins,  formerly vice president and deputy general manager of the electronic systems sector at BAE Systems‘ U.S. subsidiary, has been promoted to president of the sector.

BAE said Monday Crimmins succeeds Tom Arseneault, who returned to his full-time post as chief operating officer of the subsidiary — BAE Systems Inc.

“Terry brings diverse experience in technology development, program execution, business development, sector strategy, and line leadership during his 15-year tenure with Electronic Systems, ” said Jerry DeMuro, BAE Systems Inc.’s president and CEO.

Crimmins previously managed the subsidiary’s survivability, targeting, and sensing solutions unit and held management roles at multiple consumer and medical electronics companies before he joined BAE in 2001.

The Nashua, New Hampshire-based electronic systems sector produces electronic technologies for commercial and defense customers.

Guy Montminy, most recently senior vice president of finance at BAE Systems Inc., will replace Crimmins as senior VP and deputy GM of the same sector.

Montminy will be succeeded by Scott Howat, who joined the subsidiary after he previously served as VP and chief financial officer at General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) information technology unit.

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