Lockheed Martin has appointed three of its high-ranking officials to Lockheed Martin Australia‘s board of directors as the company aims to grow in international markets such as Australia and the larger Asia-Pacific region.
Barbour and Bennett serve as executive vice presidents for the company, with Barbour leading the information systems and global solutions business and Bennett heading the mission systems and training business.
North, a retired U.S. Air Force general who joined the company in
January, serves as vice president for customer requirements in the aeronautics business and handles the F-35 program for Lockheed’s U.S. and international customers.
Barbour, who succeeded Linda Gooden this month as IS&GS lead, heads a business that delivers information technology to U.S. and customers in 20 other countries in the civil, defense and intelligence sectors.
Bennett, a three-decade company veteran, oversees programs for the U.S. military as well as military and commercial training services.