DONALD INFANTE, MG, USA (RET)
Donald R. Infante retired August 2002 as vice president for the Patriot International program in the Electronic Systems unit of Raytheon Company. He was responsible for the management of Patriot International efforts worldwide. He was appointed to this position upon the merger of Hughes Aircraft and Raytheon.
Mr. Infante retired from the Army in September 1989 with the rank of Major General. In his last assignment, he was Chief of Army Air Defense, a position he held for more than four years. Mr. Infante joined Hughes in 1989 and was assigned as the assistant manager of the command and control systems division. From July 1991 through August 1992, he served as the Associate Program Manager for the company’s Theater Area air Defense effort. From September 1992 though December 1997, Mr. Infante was associated with the Defense Systems Business Unit of Hughes Aircraft Company, which had as its primary responsibility the management of large scale system programs that required Company focus and integration. He was a corporate vice president and manager of the business unit from September 1995 until December 1997.
From 1985 until his retirement from the Army, Mr. Infante served as Commanding General of the U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery Center at Fort Bliss, Texas, and as Commandant of the U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery School. In that post, he formulated and executed Airland Battle doctrine, was the chief architect for Air Defense Modernization Planning, and was the Army’s chief user for all air defense weaponry, and command and control systems.
His previous assignments have included Air Defense Project Manager for the U.S. Army Missile Command at Redstone Arsenal, Ala. where he served as the Army’s chief developer for all air defense weaponry, and command and control systems, U.S. Army Program Manager for the Patriot Surface-to-Air Missile System, Deputy Commanding General of the 32nd Army Air Defense Command, U.S. Army Europe, and many other posts dealing with the formulation of air and battle doctrine and the development and fielding of complex weapons systems with extensive expertise in the air defense arena.
President and CEO
Captain Michael J. Landers has served as deputy national executive director for ASYMCA since 1999, following his retirement from the Navy in 1998. Prior to his retirement, Captain Landers served as Deputy Chief of Legislative Affairs for the United States Navy. His tenure as President |CEO began 1 June 2011.
His distinguished Naval career includes assignments as Commanding Officer, Naval Submarine Base Bangor, Washington; Executive Assistant to the Deputy Chief of Naval Personnel/Assistant Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Manpower and Personnel); Detailer for the Bureau of Naval Personnel in the Submarine Distribution Division; Commanding Officer, USS ORTOLAN (ASR-22); Executive Officer, USS PIGEON (ASR-21); and Navigation System Operations and Technical Evaluation Branch Head for the Strategic Systems Project Office in Washington, D.C.
Captain Landers has been awarded the Legion of Merit (5), Meritorious Service Medal (3), Navy Commendation Medal (3), and Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2).
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Chief Operating Officer
Brigadier General Tom Landwermeyer retired in May 2009, culminating a 33 year Army career as the Director of Operations for the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management on the Army Staff at the Pentagon. He has most recently served as a DA Civilian as the Director for Executive Business Operations in the office of the Chief of Staff of the Army.
Graduating from the U.S. Military Academy in 1976, his previous command positions include: HSC and A Co, 268 Atk Hel Bn, 9ID, Ft. Lewis WA; Commander 4th Sqdn 3d ACR Ft. Bliss TX and Ft. Carson CO; Commander Avn Bde, 3ID, Hunter AAF GA and Bosnia-Herzegovina; Dir, Korea Region, IMCOM, Seoul Korea; and Asst Div Cdr-Support, 2ID, Korea. He also deployed in support of Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm as the Secretary of the General Staff for 3d Armored Division.
General Landwermeyer’s awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit (5), Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal (6), Air Medal with “V” device, the Parachutist Badge and the Senior Army Aviator Badge.
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