David Levick

Weapon Program: 

  • Missile
  • Military

Related Country: 

  • Australia

Indicted on February 29, 2012, in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, along with his Australia-based company, ICM Components (ICM), for conspiring to export sensitive military and other technology from the United States to Iran, including components with applications in missiles, drones, torpedoes and helicopters, in violation of the U.S. International Emergency Economic Powers Act and the U.S. Arms Control Export Act.

Between March 2007 and March 2009, reportedly solicited purchase orders on behalf of Hossein Ali Khoshnevisrad and his Iranian firm Ariasa AG, which allegedly provides material to the Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Industrial Company (HESA), for U.S.-origin goods, including VG-34 Series Miniature Vertical Gyroscopes and K2000 Series Servo Actuators; allegedly arranged for the shipment from the United States to Iran, via Australia, of 20 shock-mounted light assemblies and five precision pressure transducers, without a required license; allegedly concealed the end-use and final destination of the goods from manufacturers, distributors, shippers, and freight forwarders, including by using a broker in Florida to place orders and by falsely listing a company in Malaysia as the end user of the items.

General Manager of ICM Components, Inc.; an Australian national; charged in absentia; 50 years old as of February 2012.

Enforcement Actions: 

Date Entered: 

April 30, 2012

Date Last Modified: 

April 30, 2012