Thirty-six year U.S. Navy veteran Bernard McCullough has made his way to Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) as the newly appointed vice president of business strategy for the mission systems and sensors business.
The business’ Washington, D.C.-based office employs around 12, 000 workers.
According to Dale Bennett, who is the current president of MS2, McCullough brings “demonstrated excellence in large program execution across multiple complex domains, ” to Lockheed.
McCullough has previously served as vice admiral and commander for the U.S. Fleet Cyber Command and commander of the U.S. 10th Fleet. He has also served as deputy chief of naval operations for integration of capabilities and resources and Director of Surface Warfare.
McCullough held commands at sea as well, including an Aegis cruiser, and is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, earning a bachelor’s in Naval Architecture.