Jonathan Rambeau, recently vice president of F-35 international programs at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), has been appointed VP and general manager of the training and logistics solutions business.
The Orlando Sentinel reports Rambeau will lead a unit comprising of 4, 500 workers across the U.S. that make training simulators and provide mission logistics services to the U.S. military.
He succeeds Denise Saiki, who was promoted to corporate chief information officer and VP in charge of Lockheed’s enterprise systems unit.
Richard Burnett writes Lockheed restructured the operation from a division to a business within the mission systems and training sector, which formed out of the former electronic systems sector under a realignment.
The MST sector is based in Washington and led by Dale Bennett.