Executive Profiles

Mark Signorelli, VP and GM for Combat Vehicles at BAE Systems Land and Armaments

Mark Signorelli

VP and GM

BAE Systems

Mark Signorelli, VP and GM for Combat Vehicles at BAE Systems Land and Armaments

Mark Signorelli is BAE Systems Land and Armaments’s vice president and general manager for combat vehicles, the business unit that specializes in tracked and wheeled vehicles products for its global customers. 

The group, which also includes the support and technical services business segment, handles the portfolio of land combat transports, including the Bradley fighting vehicle, the M88A1/A2 platform, M109 and M113 family of vehicles and the ground combat vehicle program.

In addition, the unit provides military products for the U.S. Marine Corps, including the AAV7, amphibious combat vehicle and the Marine personnel carrier, according to his LinkedIn profile. 

Signorelli also serves as the vice president and general manager for vehicle systems. The segment provides tracked, wheeled and amphibious vehicles for the domestic and international markets. 

The group’s portfolio includes the armored brigade combat team family of vehicles and ground combat vehicle; amphibious programs such as AAV, ACV, and MPC; wheeled programs including the Caiman and MRAP; the Swedish CV-90 combat vehicle and the Bv series of all-terrain vehicles.

Signorelli was vice president and general manager for weapons systems from April 2011 to September 2012. 

He started his career at BAE Systems in July 2008, holding different leadership roles. He was vice president for army programs for 10 months. During his tenure, he led the development of advanced and manned ground vehicles for the U.S. Army’s future combat system, including the non-line-of-sight cannon and mortar vehicles. He also oversaw the company’s work in directed energy programs, including the development of a platform for the Army’s high energy laser program.

In April 2009, Signorelli took on the role as vice president of and general manager for new vehicles and amphibious systems. For over a year, he directed the production of the ground combat vehicle, joint lightweight tactical vehicle, mine protected vehicles, amphibious systems and new systems development in related technology areas. 

From February 2010 to March 2011, he served as the executive capture manager for the ground combat vehicle program. 

An Army veteran of 21 years, Signorelli graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in zoology.

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