Lockheed Martin has appointed new heads for its Rotary and Mission Systems (RMS) and Missiles and Fire Control (MFC) business lines.
Frank St John will move to become executive vice-president of RMS from his previous role as executive vice-president of MFC, the latter of which will be taken over by Scott Greene. Both appointments will be effective as of 26 August.
St John has taken on the role leading RMS from Dale Bennett, who is retiring but will act as a strategic adviser on the leadership team until the end of the year.
St John has been with the company for about 30 years, moving up from an intern to the executive leadership team, and Lockheed Martin claims that under his leadership, MFC has secured “significant long-term strategic contract wins and grew international sales significantly”.
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