He will be responsible for the unit’s strategic business development and planning.
Ken Slaght, a vice president and general manager, said maritime stakeholders in industry and government respect McManamon for skills in management and leadership.
McManamon previously served as a deputy commander within Naval Systems Command, where he was responsible for surface ship modernization programs and oversight of maintenance requirements.
The Falls Church, Va.-based contractor said the Navy veteran has more than 30 years of experience in resourcing, acquiring, developing and producing weapon systems for the branch.
The company appointed 33-year Electric Boat veteran John Casey executive vice president of the marine systems group, which includes Bath Iron Works, Electric Boat and NASSCO.