Vice President of Advanced Concepts and Technology
Raytheon Intelligence & Space
Art Morrish is vice president of Advanced Concepts and Technology for Raytheon Intelligence & Space, a business of Raytheon Technologies. He leads an innovative technology incubator inside the organization that delivers emerging and disruptive solutions to ensure customers’ asymmetrical advantage.
Before his current position, Morrish led Advanced Concepts and Technology as part of Raytheon Company’s Space and Airborne Systems business prior to Raytheon Company’s merger with United Technologies Corporation in 2020. He came to that role from L-3 Communications’ Electronic Systems business segment, where he was the Chief Technical Officer. In that capacity, he directed long-range internal research and development on numerous proposals to advanced research and development customers such as the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Before L-3, Morrish held several positions, including Director of DARPA’s Tactical Technology Office, which develops large prototype military systems. At DARPA, Morrish provided strategic vision and oversaw the management of the Tactical Technology Office’s unmanned systems, space operations, urban operations and other systems that deliver operational dominance to the warfighter. He has also worked in the Office of Naval Research and as a research chemist.
Morrish has more than 50 papers, publications and presentations to his credit, along with five U.S. patents. He is the recipient of the Secretary of Defense Meritorious Civilian Service Award for exceptionally noteworthy service of major significance to the Department of Defense. Morrish earned a bachelor’s degree in physical science from Michigan State University and a doctorate in analytic chemistry from the University of Maryland.