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Jim Evatt, vice president and general manager, Missile Defense Systems, Washington, DC
* Mr. James W. Evatt, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Missile Defense, The Boeing Company
Jim Evatt, president of Missile Defense Systems, a business unit of Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, said: "Boeing's presence in Canada spans many years and we believe this partnership, with such a key company as CAE, strengthens our relationship and highlights our continued commitment in Canada.This agreement also represents another important step in global cooperation that is critical for the future security of our nations, military forces and allies." Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, currently a prime contractor for the U.S. government on integrated missile defense systems, established the technical assistance agreement with CAE as an open framework for long-term cooperation.Boeing is responsible for the development and integration of the ground-based mid-course defense elements, including the ground-based interceptor, early warning radars and interfaces to the space-based infrared system satellites. CAE's STRIVE is a modeling and simulation framework that gives software developers the ability to easily design complex, interoperable systems. STRIVE will give software developers, designing a range of ballistic missile defense technology, the ability to model systems and how these systems interact and interoperate.Boeing also intends to use CAE's Interactive Tactical Environment Management System (ITEMS(TM)) and Real-Time Advanced Visualization Environment (RAVE(TM)) software tools in developing ballistic missile defense systems.
Jim Evatt, 61, vice president and general manager, Missile Defense Systems, Washington, D.C.
Bobbie J. Cox founded Postal Hawk Corp., an indirect predecessor of the Company, along with her husband Jim, in 1998.
James W. Evatt - President/COO
Mr. Evatt is a two star Air Force General (retired) having spent 22 years in government service before joining Boeing in 1987.
Mr. Evatt served in various positions before retiring in 2006.
While at Boeing Mr. Evatt was responsible for designing the B1B Bomber and he is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, with a degree in general engineering.
He also has a master's degree in electrical engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology.