09.29.23 / Featured
Scott Goodwin Joins Phoenix Defense
We are happy to announce that Scott Goodwin has joined the Phoenix Defense team. Scott brings over 35 years combined military and private sector leadership experience to Phoenix Defense. He most recently led FlightSafety International’s flight simulator design and manufacturing division, serving a wide variety of military and commercial customers. A retired US Air Force Brigadier General and command pilot with experience in multiple aircraft types, Scott held command positions at the squadron, group, wing, and task force levels and served on the Joint Staff at the Pentagon. In his final assignment, he was the Director of Operations for Air Mobility Command overseeing the training, evaluation, and readiness of more than 16,000 flight crew personnel.
Scott will focus on strategic development of Air Force opportunities including TSA IV task orders and other simulation and training programs. He is a life member of the Air Force Association, the Airlift Tanker Association, and the Order of Daedalians.
Phoenix Defense President for Engineering Services, Greg Williamitis stated, “We are thrilled to welcome Scott Goodwin as our VP of Air Force Programs. Scott is the perfect fit to lead the expansion of our Air Force simulation and training capabilities into new markets. His proven Leadership at the Flag Officer level, combined with Industry experience managing complex organizations delivering critical training solutions is seamlessly aligned with our strategic growth.”
About Phoenix Defense
Phoenix Defense LLC. includes Phoenix Logistics, PLI Manufacturing, Riptide Software and Phoenix Defense Germany GmbH. Phoenix Defense is an agile provider of engineering, manufacturing, information technology, and logistics & supply chain services to the defense, space, aerospace, and industrial markets. The company is made up of talented experts, with years of defense and industry experience, who reliably solve technical and programmatic problems related to aerospace design and manufacturing, as well as complex logistical challenges related to delivery of critical infrastructure (Medical, Energy, IT and Transportation).