MFG Galileo Composites is a specialized radome engineering and manufacturing company with an unmatched composites engineering capability. As the only specialist in the design and manufacturing of composite radomes that is supported by a dedicated materials R&D lab, and part of a larger corporation dedicated to composites manufacturing, MFG Galileo provides the most highly researched, engineered and tested products on the market today.
MFG Galileo Composites has produced more than 500 radomes for mission critical sites for military, space and scientific programs in 23 countries around the globe. The company’s radome design and manufacturing techniques have been proven in the harshest environments on the planet including the Artic, Antarctica, desert climates, tropical climates, coastal climates and high elevation climates for surveillance, air traffic control, weather radar, SATCOM, earth observation, telemetry applications.
With a track record of success partnering with the most respected organizations in the industry, MFG Galileo delivers technology leadership, a commitment to innovation and superior customer service.
Opp, AL (March 10, 2011) --- MFG Galileo Composites, a leading specialist in the design and manufacturing of composite radomes and reflectors, announced that Tony Drake has been assigned general management responsibility for the company’s manufacturing operations in Opp, AL and Adelanto, CA. Mr. Drake was promoted to general manager of sister company MFG West in February 2010, where he had served as research & development engineer since 2008.
Drake brings experience in the design and production of composite radomes, as well as than 20 years of professional experience with composites molding, composite marketing, product development, applied composites design, and research & development. His experience includes thermoset and thermoplastic resin systems, hybrid pultrusion technologies, domes, radomes and other RF transparent composite structures.
“MFG is fully committed to customer satisfaction and delighted that Tony will be leading the Galileo team as we pursue processes improvements, manufacturing efficiencies, and the expansion of our radome business”, reports Dave Denny, chief operating officer for the Molded Fiber Glass Companies.
In addition to the manufacturing plants, MFG Galileo Composites has an engineering and sales office in Reno, NV.
MFG Galileo ground-based and shipboard radomes support L-band through Ka-band applications. The company has an installed base of more than 500 radomes around the world and is part of Molded Fiber Glass Companies (Ashtabula, OH).
MFG Galileo will be exhibiting at Satellite 2011 in Washington DC, March 14-17, booth #499.