President of platforms
and services, BAE
Jeremy Tondreault, President of BAE Platforms & Services
Jeremy Tondreault is the president of BAE Systems’ platforms and services division. He is responsible for six business units whose specialties include combat vehicles, gun systems and munitions.
The Virginia-based platforms and services division is one of BAE’s three major sectors, the other two being electronic systems and intelligence and security.
As division president, Tondreault is in charge of about 12,000 employees located worldwide, including across 20 sites in Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States, BAE said.
Tondreault joined BAE in 1996 as a mechanical engineer and has since held roles in program management, engineering, operations and line management.
Before he took on his current role in January, Tondreault served as vice president and general manager of combat mission systems, according to his LinkedIn profile.
The combat mission systems business unit develops and integrates ground, amphibious and maritime platforms in support of military missions.
Tondreault previously served as VP of operations for BAE’s electronics systems division. BAE credits him with leading efforts to achieve supply chain excellence and modernize factories.
He earned a master’s degree in engineering and management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Massachusetts Lowell and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Syracuse Univerity.
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