Roger Rose has been appointed CEO of Lockheed Martin India Private Limited. He will coordinate the expanding business of the aerospace giant in India. Rose will take over for Douglas Hartwick, who has led Lockheed Martin’s New Delhi office since the formation of Lockheed Martin India Private Limited. Hartwick will now serve as special advisor to the corporation’s International Business Development team that will focus filling the evolving global security needs of India’s government’s.
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