Mike Durboraw is the vice president of Threat Exploitation and Spectrum Warfare. He joined the company in 1998 and has built a 220-person organization with more than $70 million in revenue. Supporting the intelligence community and other Department of Defense customers, the division is responsible for determining the capabilities and limitations of foreign weapon systems based on a variety of intelligence information. The division also develops foreign weapon simulators, collection platforms, and foreign weapon defeat solutions using all aspects of the electromagnetic spectrum. Durboraw sets the strategic direction of the division, manages and oversees all indirect investment dollars at the division level, and holds the responsibility for the division's financial performance.
He also manages four regional offices in Charlottesville, Virginia supporting the National Ground Intelligence Center; Dayton, Ohio supporting the National Air and Space Intelligence Center; and San Antonio, Texas supporting the U.S. Army Night Vision Electronic Sensor Directorate/Joint Vulnerability Assessment Branch; and Colorado Springs, Colorado, supporting the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command (USASMDC/ARSTRAT).
Durboraw has more than 27 years' experience in weapons system technologies. Prior to becoming a division manager, he held several management roles within the company and worked closely with Government customers on both Joint Research Analysis and Assessment Center (JRAAC) and Threat Modeling and Analysis Program (TMAP) modeling and simulation constructs. He was instrumental in shaping Dynetics' support to the threat modeling and simulation community today and also a key player in efforts to diversify our offerings to include both analytical and hardware product lines. He was also the program manager for Dynetics' first prime contract with the National Ground Intelligence Center that was awarded competitively. He has used that engagement and others to broaden Dynetics' business base within the intelligence community and the Department of Defense.
Durboraw has a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering from Auburn University and a master's degree in aerospace engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University.