Division Presidents

Yonah Adelman
President, Microwave Electronics Division
Mr. Adelman began his professional career as a Research and Development Microwave Engineer at General Microwave Corporation (GMC) in Amityville, New York, subsequently moving to Israel where he took part in the establishment of General Microwave Israel, a subsidiary of GMC. Mr. Adelman served as Chief Microwave Engineer, Assistant General Manager, and since 1990 was General Manager of General Microwave Israel, which Kratos acquired in 2011. Mr. Adelman received a Bachelor of Science degree with summa cum laude honors in Mathematics and Physics from Brooklyn College and a Master of Science degree from New York University in Applied Mathematics, where he subsequently performed doctoral research in magneto-fluid dynamics. Mr. Adelman is a longtime member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and in 2008 received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Microwave Chapter of the Israeli IEEE.

Phil Carrai
President, Space, Training, & Cyber Division
Phil Carrai is the President of Kratos’ Space, Training, & Cyber Division, which includes land and space-based communications products and infrastructure, cybersecurity products and services, and training and simulation products and services. He has 30 years of experience in enterprise software and hardware, professional services and private equity, holding executive management and board positions in public, private and early-stage companies. Carrai has served as a board member for Vivisimo, Network Alliance, Ai Metrix, Internosis, Ztango, and Alabanza, and has been an advisor to many emerging technology companies in the national capital region. He received a Master of Business Administration degree from Carnegie Mellon University and undergraduate degrees in Information Systems and Accounting from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he is a member of the Eberly Hall of Distinction.

Dave Carter
President, Defense & Rocket Support Services Division
David Carter is the President of Kratos’ Defense & Rocket Support Services Division. He has over 30 years of experience both as an active duty member of the U.S. Navy and as a senior consultant supporting Department of Defense combat weapons systems development, acquisition, test and evaluation, and life cycle support. Following his six years of military service, Mr. Carter was a senior manager at DTI Associates, Inc. from August 1989 until DTI’s acquisition by Haverstick Consulting in January 2004. Mr. Carter has been a part of the Kratos executive team since Kratos’ acquisition of Haverstick in 2007.

Steven Fendley
President, Unmanned Systems Division
Steve Fendley is the President of Kratos' Unmanned Systems Division, which includes the Kratos companies Kratos Unmanned Aerial Systems and Micro Systems. He has over 25 years of experience focused on development and fielding of unmanned and optionally-piloted aerial systems, including jet-powered aerial targets, the more conventional propeller-driven ISR UAVs, and tactical strike jet-powered UAS. Over his career, his defense industry roles have spanned electrical/systems engineering, engineering management, program management, and executive management for Westinghouse, Tracor, Northrop Grumman, BAE Systems, 5-D Systems, and CEi/Kratos. His efforts have supported systems including the QF-4 FSAT, MQM-107E SSAT, Kalkara (Australian 107E), Taiwan 107E, 5GAT, USAF BQM-167 AFSAT, Navy BQM-177 SSAT, MQM-178 Firejet, UTAP-22 Mako, XQ-58A Valkyrie, and several UAS development systems. Mr. Fendley has a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree from Auburn University.

Thomas Mills
President, C5ISR Modular Systems Division

For over 10 years, Thomas Mills has been the President of Kratos’ C5ISR Modular Systems Division, a leading provider and integrator of specialized tactical mobility systems. Prior to joining Kratos, Mr. Mills held several senior-level executive positions at various publicly traded and privately held companies in the defense and aerospace industry. Trained as a CPA, Mr. Mills started his career at KPMG and has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from West Chester University.

Stacey Rock
President, Kratos Turbine Technologies Division
Stacey Rock is the President of Kratos’ Turbine Technologies Division, responsible for the development of affordable and highly-efficient, turbojet and turbofan engines, demonstrator engines, liquid rocket engine turbopumps, and MRO services. An aerodynamicist and computational fluid dynamicist by training, he began his career as a research engineer supporting the development and test of transonic, supersonic, and hypersonic weapons systems. Over his 29 year career, he has served in a variety of technical and leadership roles with a focus on R&D programs for manned and unmanned air vehicles, tactical missiles, hypersonic and reentry systems, airborne optical sensors, ground and flight test programs, high energy laser systems, and multi-disciplinary weapons analysis. Most recently, Mr. Rock served as Senior Vice President of Kratos’ Weapons & Defense Solutions business unit. Stacey joined Kratos in December of 2008 through the acquisition of Digital Fusion Solutions, Inc., where he served as vice president of advanced technology. He received a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering from Auburn University and a Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering from North Carolina State University.

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