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Teal Group | Analysts



Richard Aboulafia

Richard is Vice President of Analysis at Teal Group. He manages consulting projects in the commercial and military aircraft field and analyzes broader defense and aerospace trends. He has advised numerous aerospace companies, including most prime and many second- and third-tier contractors in the US, Europe and Asia. He also advises numerous financial institutions on aerospace market conditions. Full Bio >





Marco Caceres

Marco joined Teal Group in March 1990. Previously, he was a market analyst for Jane's Information Group of the UK. As editor of both the Jane's DMS Defense & Aerospace Agencies and DMS Electronic Systems publications, Marco analyzed and wrote about the R&D and procurement activities within the defense- and aerospace-related agencies of the federal government, with a focus on the markets for major electronic warfare (EW) subsystems. Full Bio >





Philip Finnegan

Phil is Director of Corporate Analysis at Teal Group. He has provided strategic and market analysis for clients in commercial aerospace and defense, including major U.S. and European prime contractors, since joining Teal fifteen years ago. He also writes and edits Teal's Defense and Aerospace Companies Briefing, which analyzes the performance, outlook and strategies of 50 aerospace and defense companies in the United States, Europe, Asia and South America. Full Bio >





Joel Johnson

Joel is Executive Director – International of the Teal Group Corporation. His areas of expertise include aerospace issues involving civil and defense trade, international government and industrial cooperative programs, and export controls. He retired in July of 2005 from the Aerospace Industries Association of America, Inc. (AIA), where he served for 16 years as Vice President, International. Full Bio >




Dr. David L. Rockwell

Dr. David L. Rockwell has been Senior Analyst, Electronics at Teal Group since 1995, where he is editor of Teal's Military Electronics Briefing (MEB) as well as co-author of Teal's annual World Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems; Market Profile and Forecast. Between 1990 and 1995, while completing his Ph.D., Dr. Rockwell was an NSERC Project Leader at the University of Toronto, conducting research focusing on remotely sensed topographical analysis. Full Bio >





William C. Storey

Bill is founder and president of Teal Group, a company he established in 1987 to provide business intelligence for the worldwide aerospace and defense community. Primary activities focus on the forecast of the production of, and the markets for, a wide variety of aerospace and defense equipment, including military and civilian aircraft, missiles and smart munitions, spacecraft and launch vehicles, and electronics. Full Bio >


Steven Zaloga

Steve assumed responsibilities for the World Missiles & UAVs Briefing during the summer of 1993. He also developed and maintains the International Defense Briefing as well as the UAV portion of our annual World UAV Systems Market Profile and Forecast. He is an author and analyst known worldwide for his articles and publications on military technology. Full Bio >





Thomas J. Zoretich

Thomas J. Zoretich, is responsible for Teal Group’s economic analysis and forecasting. During his more than 35 years of professional experience, he has worked as an economist with a diverse set of government and corporate organizations, including Florida Power & Light Corporation, Standard & Poor’s, McGraw-Hill, The US Department of Commerce, and the Bureau of Economic Analysis.Full Bio >





Teal Group offers online access to all our products through the web. Contact our Sales Staff to obtain a user ID and password for online access. Instructions for accessing the Online Demo are found below. You will only have access to the Online Demo product. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read the reports on the online access site.


  1. Log on using Demo User ID 2306 and Demo Password teal.
  2. A list of Teal Group Products will appear on the next screen.
  3. You will have access to the online demo and you will be able to see what is available in other services. Accessible reports will appear as clickable text in red under the Title of the Briefing. You will not be able to access reports in unsubscribed services. These report titles will appear as normal text in black.
  4. Click on "Online Demo". The various briefing titles will appear. Click on a section and the sample reports in that section will appear. At this point you can click on the sample report to access the file.


To inquire about online access and site licenses please contact Mr. Tim Storey.