Steve O’Bryan Named Lockheed VP of Strategy and BD; Paul Lemmo Comments

Steve O'Bryan
Steve O’Bryan

Steve O’Bryan has been appointed vice president of strategy and business development at Lockheed Martin [NYSE:LMT] where he succeeds Rick Kirkland, effective June 30, Lockheed said Tuesday.

Also, Jack Crisler will help lead Lockheed’s F-35 program as he succeeds O’Bryan as VP of BD and strategic integration, the company said.

“In their new roles, they will support our objective of growing our international business and our efforts to provide our products, capabilities and citizen services to our customers around the world, ” said Paul Lemmo, SVP of corporate strategy and business development.

Lockheed said O’Bryan will now be in charge of international BD activities across the Company’s five business areas.

Crisler will serve as a senior company advisor and advocate for F-35 customers in his new role, Lockheed said.

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