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Ultra Electronics TCS’ Michael Gale to Receive Prestigious Award


November 25, 2015 - Ottawa, Canada — Ultra Electronics TCS announced today that Michael Gale, Director of Electronic Warfare Products, was selected to receive the 2015 Joseph W. Kearney Pioneer Award. 

The Joseph W. Kearney Pioneer Award recognizes an individual’s notable pioneering activities and lifetime of service to the Electronic Warfare (EW) community. For over 40 years, Michael Gale has led EW teams developing innovative products such as Canada's first Radar Threat Simulator (called TASS), DRFM-based Radar Target Simulators used in advanced missile seeker test facilities, and Radar Jamming Simulators used by the US Air Force to develop adaptive Electronic Attack techniques. In 1984, Mr. Gale co-founded one of the first Canadian EW companies, Telemus, subsequently acquired by Ultra Electronics in 2007.

"We wish to extend our congratulations to Mike on winning this prestigious award" said Iwan Jemczyk, President, Ultra Electronics TCS. “His dedication to the advancement of EW innovation has benefited both the EW community and Ultra Electronics.”

The presentation of the award will take place on Wednesday, December 2, 2015 during the Annual Banquet of the AOC 52nd Annual International Symposium and Convention

About Ultra Electronics, TCS
Part of the Ultra Electronics Group, TCS provides advanced and vertically integrated C4ISR and EW systems for ground, airborne and naval applications around the globe. Ultra Electronics, TCS is headquartered in Montreal, Canada with facilities in Ottawa and the United States. Its products and services play a major role in the C4ISR and EW ecosystems for defence, security and public safety applications. Ultra Electronics, TCS supplies high-capacity communications, IP networking, C2 support, ISR network convergence, electronic & signal intelligence and electronic counter measure solutions.

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