Robert J. Darling

Robert J. Darling

President & CEO

Robert J. Darling is the President and CEO of Quantitative Analytics, LLC. Established in September 2011, Quantitative Analytics specializes in aviation operations, financial management, program management, cost and performance modeling, and logistics. Today, Quantitative Analytics is one of the fastest growing small companies in the metro Washington DC area.

Prior to starting QA, Bob was the Vice President for Business Development for Zenetex, LLC. He also served for over twenty years as a United States Marine Corps helicopter pilot where he flew attack helicopters in Desert Shield and Desert Storm during the first Gulf War and in Somalia, Africa. In June 1998, he was selected to fly as a presidential pilot with Marine Helicopter Squadron One (HMX-1). His other tours of duty included working as an airlift operations officer for the White House Military Office, as an MBA student at the Naval Postgraduate School, and in the Pentagon, where he served as the Department of the Navy Flying Hour Program (FHP) Manager.

Bob is also a sought after public speaker on crisis leadership and the author of 24 Hours Inside the President’s Bunker, 9/11/01: The White House.

Eugene Young

Eugene Young

Senior Vice President

Eugene Young is the Vice President for Programs and Security for Quantitative Analytics, with the responsibility for implementing security policy and procedures to ensure compliance with the National Industrial Security Program and other government security regulations. He also provides consultation to the public/private sector, specializing in Strategic Planning, Budget Planning and Cost Management.

Prior to joining Quantitative Analytics, he served in the United States Navy for over 23 years. During his tenure in the United States Navy, he held numerous leadership positions at the Managing Director, Program Director, Organizational, Operational, and Staff level. He has served as the Department of the Navy Flying Hour Program (FHP) Manager with an annual 6-billion-dollar budget. Formed U.S. international security policy concerning the transfer of defense-related goods, services, and technologies, while building partnership capacity, promoting the health of U.S. industrial base, and preventing proliferation of technology detrimental to national security. Most notable was his service in Iraq as Officer in Charge, Counter Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare. Where he was awarded the Bronze Star, fourth-highest combat award of the U.S. Armed Forces, for exceptional leadership and managerial skills during combat operations.

Eugene’s greatest strengths are his innovation, determination, and leadership. He thrives on complex issues, particularly those that expand the company’s reach.