REAR ADMIRAL TIMOTHY L. HEELY, USN PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICER FOR UNMANNED AVIATION AND STRIKE WEAPONS Rear Admiral Timothy L. Heely, United States Navy – Program Executive Officer, Unmanned Aviation and Strike Weapons Rear Admiral Tim Heely received his wings in 1977 and flew the A-7E Corsair II in Attack Squadrons 146 and 97 from NAS Lemoore, California, USS Constellation, and USS Carl Vinson. In 1990, he transitioned to the F/A-18C Hornet and commanded Strike Fighter Squadron 192, the "World Famous Golden Dragons", flying from USS Midway and USS Independence and also forward deployed to Yokosuka, Japan during the first Gulf War. His shore duties include Light Attack Wing Pacific Flag Lieutenant; A-12 Deputy Class Desk Officer; Aviation Commander Detailer at the Bureau of Naval Personnel; F/A-18 Class Desk Officer; and Program Manager of the Naval Undergraduate Jet Flight Training Systems. In August 2000 he was selected to flag rank and served as the Head of Naval Air Systems Command’s Research and Engineering Division. He is presently the Program Executive Officer for Unmanned Aviation and Strike Weapons at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1975 with a Bachelor of Science degree in American Political Systems and in 1985, earned a Master of Science degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.