Tim Cahil

Todd C. Probert

Vice President, Mission Support and Modernization
Intelligence, Information, and Services
MSAAE 1989





"My Purdue Engineering degree provided the foundation needed for a career working on important Intelligence, US Military and NASA programs. A Purdue education, coupled with hard work, opens many doors to making a difference for our Nation. "

Probert earned a master's degree in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from Purdue University in 1989. He received his bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan in 1988.

As vice president of Mission Support and Modernization at Raytheon, Probert manages more than 7,000 employees at 40 locations throughout the world. His portfolio includes programs that provide capability and solutions for Department of Defense, Federal and Civil Governments. His business provides full lifecycle mission operations, engineering, modernization and sustainment services for multi-intelligence ground systems, manned and unmanned platform missions across all domains.

Since joining Raytheon in 2010, Probert has held positions as vice president of Engineering and Technology at Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services and vice president of Engineering, Technology and Field Operations at Raytheon Technical Services Company.

Before joining Raytheon, Probert worked for Honeywell Technology Solutions, Inc. in leadership roles such as vice president of strategy and business; senior director for planning and operations for the Space Networks and Communications business; and leader of corporate restructuring efforts and merger and acquisition activities.

Prior to working for Honeywell, Probert worked for ANSER, where he led the Space Technology division. He managed the analysis, implementation and execution of space, airborne and ground remote sensing programs in support of DoD and NASA missions. In 1995, he was named AIAA Young Engineer of the Year.