Structures Engineering/NDT Program Dassault Falcon Jet Corp.
Tim received his BSc in physics from the University of Cincinnati and an MBA in Engineering Management from the University of Dallas. He has over 25 years of engineering experience with General Dynamics, Hamilton Sundstrand, and Lockheed Martin prior to joining Dassault. This included manufacturing and field experience as well as R&D programs.
Tim has held engineering and Level III responsibilities on many programs including the F-111, F-16, F-22, Joint Strike Fighter, F-117, and various classified programs. These programs dealt extensively with both metallic and non-metallic structures.
Tim has also been involved with shearography and holography engineering services which included work on the NASA Space Shuttle, Boeing’s Delta IV booster, and management of an FAA repair station.
Currently Tim is the manager of Dassault Falcon Jet USA Structures Engineering and NDT Program in the Western Hemisphere.
Tim has published numerous technical papers and was an editor and contributing author for ASNT’s handbooks on radiography and electromagnetic testing.