Jason Aiken Appointed General Dynamics CFO, Hugh Redd to Retire

general dynamics logoJason Aiken, senior vice president and chief financial officer of General Dynamics‘ (NYSE: GD) Gulfstream subsidiary, has been elected by the board of directors to serve as CFO of General Dynamics starting Jan, 1. 2014.

The 11-year company veteran will succeed Hugh Redd, who will retire from the company after a 27-year career that included seven years as its CFO, General Dynamics said Monday.

Phebe Novakovic, General Dynamics chairman and CEO, said Aiken worked to direct Gulfstream’s financial management operations in that role.

Aiken has also served as vice president and controller for General Dynamics, where he was responsible for accounting, financial reporting, government finance and corporate financial systems.

He joined the company in June 2002 as director of consolidation accounting.

Redd started his General Dynamics career in 1986 as a financial analyst and worked in the financial management organization before becoming CFO in 2006.

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