Chuck Herbert

Vice Presiden​t Maritime​ Systems
Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc.

As Vice President of Maritime Systems, Chuck Herbert leads a portfolio of complex programs consisting of engineering, fabrication, management and operations in the maritime surface, subsurface, and special operations defense markets.

Prior to accepting his position as Vice President of Maritime Systems, Herbert was the Senior Director of Maritime Systems for Teledyne Brown Engineering.  In this role, he was responsible for the delivery and sustainment of complex weapon systems, vehicles, undersea systems, and solutions for both naval and special operations applications.

Herbert brings 30 years of leadership experience from the US Navy as a Navy SEAL Commanding Officer and US Department of Defense Major Program Manager. His expertise across special operations, maritime systems, and financial management roles provides him the ability to successfully manage diverse, technically challenging, and unique programs for Teledyne. He is well-versed in both the Department of Defense and interagency defense markets, as well as all phases of defense acquisition major program development and execution.

Prior to joining Teledyne, Herbert's naval service culminated as the joint commander of the US Special Operations Fusion Team.  Integrated with the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, this team was tasked with strategy and plans for countering weapons of mass destruction. He also served as a Department of Defense Acquisition Professional and a Naval Sea Systems Command Undersea Mobility Major Program Manager responsible for manned Deep Submergence Systems and classified programs used by Special Operations Forces.

Herbert holds a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Accounting from Clemson University, a Master's of Science Degree in Information Systems & Operations from the US Naval Post Graduate School, and a Master's of Science Degree in Strategic Resourcing with an emphasis in Cyberwarfare from the National Defense University.  He has also attended numerous other military training classes in the fields of intelligence and cyber operations.

Updated: Wed, March 22, 2022​​