The Incident Control Systems executive team knows exactly what it’s like to trust your life to a piece of equipment. In fact, we strive to remember that feeling every day because it motivates us to make the very best armor possible.
Steve has more than 15 years experience in the armor industry. This includes time spent at companies such as Armor Holdings and Second Chance Body Armor.
Steve gained extensive experience working with the US Army for mission specific applications where he developed custom solutions for US Army TARDEC, TACOM, DARPA and SOCOM. Steve also designed and built three manufacturing facilities throughout the United States dedicated to composite armor manufacturing.
Steve is a former firefighter and paramedic with 12 years working 911 rescue operations. Steve was decorated by former Massachusetts Governor William Weld for Bravery and Outstanding Acts of Courage.
Jim brings three decades of business and finance management skills to the ICS team. A seasoned entrepreneur, Jim is using his experience in all phases of business development to help increase profitability by growing the core business, identifying new customer sub-segments and increasing the company’s capabilities.
Mike has over a decade of experience using and working within the armor industry. He has a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.
Mike began his career as a Rotary and Fixed Wing Naval Aviator. After separating from the service in 2006, he joined the Joint IED Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) as an intelligence programs specialist. He soon took over as the Program Developer and Tenet Lead for JIEDDO’s Mitigate Team. During his tenure in this position Mike oversaw R&D programs for the development of EFP Defeat Armor Systems for Light and Medium Wheeled Vehicles and programs to counter Large Underbody Blast IEDs. After leaving JIEDDO in 2008, Mike spent several years at a private armor company as the Vehicle Armor Program Manager.
Byron has more than 10 years experience in the armor industry having worked for Hughes Aircraft where he supported the airline industry with the in-board avionics for Lockheed McDonald Douglas, Airbus and Boeing.
Byron is responsible for ICS’s armor product design from concept through prototype. Byron ensures armor testing and qualification processes meet standards prior to production. He has created complete armor drawing packages for numerous combat and law enforcement vehicles and designed dozens of armor solutions, many of which are in theater today.