September 28, 2006
Dynamics C4 Systems announced it has appointed Christopher (Chris)
Buck to the position of Director, Government
for the Company's SATCOM Technologies
Programs strategic business unit. In this new position, Mr. Buck
will be responsible for identifying new products and system
requirements for the government and military market and will work
across the Company's divisions to provide
proposal and program support for strategic government and military
Brad Majeres, General Manager of General Dynamics'
SATCOM Technologies Programs business, said, "SATCOM
Technologies Programs is a leading provider of systems integration
services for government and military satellite communications
customers worldwide. Chris' combined
military and business experience will be instrumental to the success
of our business thrust."
Prior to joining General Dynamics, Mr.
Buck served as a Senior Program/Capture Manager for domestic and
international Missile Defense Programs at the Harris Corporation. He
was also a member of the Harris Corporation's
Advanced Programs Group responsible for the Product Development of
their Secure Wireless LAN products. Prior to that he was the Senior
Program manager for Harris' family of
Advanced Beyond Line-of-Sight
Terminals, the Army's Strategic Medium
Satellite Terminal Modernization program and the Army's
Strategic Large Satellite Terminal Modernization program.
During his 11-year career with the U.S.
Army, Mr. Buck served as a Company Commander and Company Executive
Officer for the 141st Signal Battalion responsible for mission
execution, performance and training. He was also a member of the
Division G6 Staff responsible for planning the Bosnia communications
needs for the 1st Armored Division. He served in Operation Desert
Storm as the Operations Officer for Network Planning for the 1st
Mr. Buck has a Masters in Science
Degree in Systems Acquisition Management from the Naval Postgraduate
School in Monterey Calif. and a Bachelor of Science Degree in
Business Administration and Management from the University of
Mr. Buck may be contacted via email at
or via telephone at 1-770-689-2024