VP and GM
Mark Stock, VP and GM of the Sensor Systems Business at FLIR Systems
Stock is responsible for a business segment that provides sensing and perception solutions to inform decision making by military personnel, law enforcers and public safety professionals, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Before assuming his current position, he served as FLIR Systems’ VP of transformation, customer experience and strategic initiatives.
Previously, Stock worked for Ernst & Young. As a senior strategy adviser and leadership team member for one of the firm’s federal accounts, he refined technology, supply chain, data analytics, organizational transformation and financial management offerings in line with market needs.
A U.S. Army veteran, Stock was appointed to command, operational and staff positions in locations around the world, including Afghanistan, Germany, Bosnia, Saudi Arabia and Iraq.
During his tour in Iraq, he assumed leadership, staffing and training responsibilities as the commander of an airborne infantry battalion.
In addition, he commanded an elite airborne infantry brigade combat team while deployed in Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom.
He was a former deputy director for the Joint Chiefs of Staff’s J3 directorate as well.
Backed by military experience, Stock also worked as a professor at the National War College. He was part of the college’s department of strategy and policy, teaching courses focused on strategy formulation, national security policy, interagency process and European regional studies.
Stock holds a bachelor’s degree in geography and general engineering from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. He also has a master’s degree in national security and strategic studies from the Naval War College and a master’s degree in public administration from the Harvard Kennedy School.
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