LOCKHEED MARTIN PROMOTES FOUR TO EXECUTIVE POSITIONS
NEW ORLEANS, LA., September 13th, 2002 -- Lockheed Martin Space Systems – Michoud Operations has promoted Michael Javery, Cheryl Alexander, Mark Bryant and Hal Simoneaux to executive positions at the NASA Michoud Assembly Facility where Lockheed Martin builds the Space Shuttle External Tank.
Javery, an electrical engineer, has been named vice president, Production Operations. He will oversee production engineering, assembly manufacturing, test and delivery of all Michoud products. He joined Lockheed Martin in 1977 as a test engineer after serving six years as an avionics officer in the U.S. Navy.
Alexander has been promoted to director, Human Resources. She will oversee staffing, compensation, benefits, EEO and employee services, labor relations and employee training. Alexander joined the company in 1980 as an associate HR analyst after four years with a local petroleum company.
Bryant has been named director, Materiel Sourcing. He will be responsible for all subcontracting, purchasing and related activities. A mechanical engineer, Bryant joined Lockheed Martin in 1985 after working six years as an oilfield engineer.
Simoneaux has been promoted to director, Manufacturing and Test. An electrical engineer, he will be responsible for the manufacture, assembly and testing of flight hardware. Simoneaux joined the company in 1978 as an associate engineer.
Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company – Michoud Operations designs and assembles large aluminum and composite structures for aerospace and other applications, including the Space Shuttle External Tank.
For more information about Lockheed Martin Space Systems-Michoud Operations, see our website at http://www.lockheedmartin.com/michoud/ .