Defense Systems Information Analysis Center (DSIAC), SURVICE Engineering
Scott Armistead currently works for SURVICE Engineering and serves the DoD Information Analysis Center (DoD-IAC) as the DSIAC Principal Engineer. He has nearly 35 years of munitions research, development, operational, and Live-Fire test and evaluation experience and is DoD Acquisition Level III certified. He previously served as the Senior Test Manager and Program Engineer for the Joint Munitions T&E Program Office (JMTEPO), Joint Army/Air Force Operations Manager over the DoD’s largest Primary Operations Center for Opposing Force (OPFOR) ground tactical and strategic threat systems, Senior Engineer for the Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) and Small Diameter Bomb (SDB) Combined Test Flight, Susceptibility Manager for the Air Force Live Fire Office, and the Technical Advisor for the 46th Test Wing EO/IR and MMW Systems Test Flight. He is experienced in infrared, visible, ultraviolet, millimeter-wave, seismic, magnetic, and acoustic sensors and weapons technologies; kinetic and directed energy weapon systems effectiveness; countermeasures / counter-countermeasures development; signature management; and platform survivability. Mr. Armistead holds a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Florida.
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