Lockheed Martin’s executive vice president and JSF program general manager, Dan Crowley, has been promoted to the newly created position of chief operating officer of the company’s Aeronautics sector.
Crowley, who worked in partnership with fellow program executive vice president and JSF program general manager, Tom Burbage, will be succeeded by F-22 program manager Larry Lawson. Burbage will continue in his current role.
Lockheed Martin has stressed the change is not related to program delays, nor is it a response to the firing of JSF Program Office head MAJGEN David Heinz by US Defense Secretary Robert Gates in February.
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