Vice President, Engineering and International Services
Morris G. Middleton is Vice President of Engineering and International Services. Under his leadership, the company’s engineering and international services division has grown to more than $10 million annually.
In this capacity, he is responsible for all aspects of the company’s Engineering and International Services contracts, including foreign military (infantry, Special Forces, shipboard and aircraft) training, logistics, border security, staffing for the International Medical Center, business development and overseeing program budgets and agreements.
Mr. Middleton serves as a member of the TeKONTROL Board of Directors.
Prior to joining TeKONTROL in 1993, he spent more than 28 years in a variety of senior level positions with the Naval Training Systems Center (now NAVAIRORLANDO) in Orlando, Florida, where he was Director of Program Management, Director of Field Engineering and Fleet Support, Head of System Engineering Division and Lead Engineer for the Training Analysis and Evaluation Group (TAEG). He was formerly a system engineer with the Martin Company, as well as an adjunct professor at the University of Central Florida, Florida Southern College and the Florida Institute of Technology.
Mr. Middleton received his bachelor of electrical engineering degree from Auburn University, a MBA from Rollins College in Winter Park, FL and a MSE from the University of Central Florida. He has had post masters studies at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and the Federal Executive Institute in Charlottesville, VA.