Drew Robbins Named Lockheed VP, Deputy of F-35 Development

Drew Robbins, vice president of sustainment innovation and operations at Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) since June 2019, has transitioned to a new role as VP and deputy of F-35 development.

He announced his new position in a LinkedIn post Sunday and will work from the company’s Fort Worth, Texas site.

Robbins has held various roles of increasing responsibility during his 24-year career at Lockheed, including as deputy director of engineering and senior manager of utilities and subsystems.

In late 2022, the company and the Department of Defense’s F-35 Joint Program Office reached a $30 billion deal for lots 15 to 17 production of fighter jets for the U.S. military and international customers.

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