Lynn Dugle. Credit: Raytheon

WASHINGTON — Lynn Dugle, president of Raytheon’s Intelligence, Information and Services business, which handles several key U.S. Air Force space contracts, is retiring from the company effective March 2, Thomas Kennedy, Raytheon’s chief executive, announced Jan. 7.

David Wajsgras. Credit: Raytheon
David Wajsgras. Credit: Raytheon

The division’s space-related work includes the ground segment for the GPS 3 navigation satellites and support for the Air Force’s two main launch ranges. Raytheon recently won the latter contract, worth about $2 billion, as leader of a team that includes General Dynamics Corp. Dugle has been president of the division since 2009.

David Wajsgras, the parent company’s senior vice president and chief financial officer, will replace Dugle, the release said. Wajsgras was previously executive vice president and chief financial officer of Lear Corp. Anthony “Toby” O’Brien will replace Wajsgras as Raytheon’s chief financial officer, the release said.

Mike Gruss covers military space issues, including the U.S. Air Force and Missile Defense Agency, for SpaceNews. He is a graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.