SRC, Inc. announced that Jerry Carges has been named Director, Ground Surveillance Systems.
In his new role, Carges will lead the strategic direction, customer acquisition and program management of SRC’s ground surveillance systems business unit. Carges has over 25 years of experience working in various roles at SRC, most recently serving as business area manager, airborne sensors.
“Jerry has been a key contributor to many of SRC’s most innovative airborne and multi-static sensor programs. His experience within the company and wealth of knowledge will continue to drive the success of our ground surveillance systems business area,” said Paul G. Tremont, CEO of SRC.
Carges has been a business area manager at SRC since 2004 and has held various positions throughout his tenure at the company. Previously he worked as a Program Manager for bi-static radar programs, and as a senior engineer working on the bi-static clutter measurement program. Before joining SRC, he worked as an engineer for General Electric Company.
Carges is a member of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).
Carges holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Boston University and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Syracuse University.
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