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aircraft and weaponry manufacturing executive

Thomas Andrew Brown was American aircraft and weaponry manufacturing executive. Recipient Distinguished Public Service medal Department Defense, 1981; Rhodes scholar, 1953-1955; National Science Foundation fellow, 1957-1961. Served with United States Air Force, 1955-1957.

Background

Brown, Thomas Andrew was born on July 24, 1932 in Iowa City, Iowa, United States. Son of Charles Valentine and Mary Clementine (Proestler) Brown.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, State University Iowa, 1953;Bachelor of Arts with honors, University of Oxford, 1955;Master of Arts, Harvard University, 1958;Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1962.

Career

With, Rand Corporation, 1962-1974;associate head information science, Rand Corporation, 1966-1974;director strategic studies, Rand Corporation, Washington, 1983-1985;assistant vice president, Science Applications, Inc., Los Angeles, 1974-1977;deputy assistant secretary of defense program analysis and evaluation, Department Defense, Washington, 1977-1981;partner, Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Bethesda, Maryland., 1981-1983;manager strategic studies, Northrop corporation, 1985-1994.

Membership

Served with United States Air Force, 1955-1957.

Connections

Married Louise Grafton Baggott, August 31, 1957. Children: James, Mary, Catherine.

father:
Charles Valentine Brown

mother:
Mary Clementine (Proestler) Brown

spouse:
Louise Grafton Baggott

child:
James Brown

child:
Mary Brown

child:
Catherine Brown