Lockheed Martin has announced that Roderick McLean has been appointed as vice-president and general manager for its Air Mobility & Maritime Missions business line, while Bridget Lauderdale will take on the same position within its Integrated Fighter Group division.
As of 15 April, McLean replaces George Shultz who is retiring, and will be responsible for the C-130, LM-100J, C-5, and P-3 programmes, as well as heading up the company's Marietta, Georgia facility, and overseeing subassembly in Clarksburg, West Virginia, and Meridian, Mississippi.
Lauderdale, meanwhile, succeeds McLean, and will be responsible for development and sustainment of the F-16 and F-22 programmes.
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