Elbit Systems of America to participate in panel discussions during AFA’s 2021 Virtual Aerospace Warfare Symposium

FORT WORTH, TEXAS – Feb. 18, 2021 – Elbit Systems of America subject matter experts will participate in four Mission Domain Live Engagement Sessions as part of the Air Force Association's Virtual Aerospace Warfare Symposium (Feb. 24 - 26, 2021). To attend the symposium, please visit:

  • Sean Bond, Senior Vice President of Airborne Solutions, will participate in the Aircraft Systems panel discussion on Feb. 24 at 12 p.m. EST. As part of the session, Bond will share how the company is on the leading edge of digital engineering for aircraft systems, inspiring trust among our customers and partners. Bond joined the company in 2020. He leads the Airborne Solutions team, focused on providing products and solutions that instantly transform digital data into actionable, decision-quality information for presentation to military aviators.
  • Brad Reeves, Director of C4ISR, will participate in the JADC2/ABMS panel on Feb. 24 at 1 p.m. EST. Reeves will share how the company is helping its customers achieve complete network situational awareness as part of the session. Reeves leads an all-star C4ISR team at the company, focused on delivering innovative CJADC2 solutions. Areas of focus include joint kill-chain integration, coalition interoperability, and AI-enabled decision-making. Reeves is a former NATO Air Operations Center Director, Tactical Air Control Party Commander, and F-15E Weapon Systems Officer.
  • Terri Quick, Director of Air Force Customer Relations, will participate in the Munitions panel on Feb. 24 at 3 p.m. EST. As part of the session, Quick will discuss how the company can arm pilots with full confidence their weapons are effective and prepared for future adversaries. Quick leads Elbit Systems of America's team focused on delivering innovative solutions across the United States Air Force. Her primary focus areas include Helmet Mounted Displays, Advanced Seekers, Electronic Warfare, CJADC2, and AI-enabled tools. She was a former program manager for B-1, B-52, F-16 FMS, F-35, and F-22 in the U.S. Air Force.
  • Scott Evers, Vice President of Survivability & Special Programs, will participate in the Electronic Warfare (EW) panel on Feb. 26 at 3 p.m. EST. As part of the session, Evers will share how the company is creating innovative electronic warfare and more for its customers. Evers leads Elbit Systems of America's Survivability business area that includes EW, Missile Warning Systems, Distributed Aperture Systems, Infrared Search and Track Systems, and Infrared Countermeasures. Evers has been with the company 11 years. He worked at L-3 Aerospace Systems Greenville, General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin on F-16 and F-22 programs prior.

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