Tag Archives: Greg Ulmer

Initial Ground Test Results of Lockheed-Built F-35A Variant Show Potential for Service-Life Increase

Lockheed Martin and the F-35 joint program office have wrapped a series of durability, drop and static tests designed to validate the F-35 aircraft’s resilience and strength in combat environments and support maintenance forecasting and fleet management operations. The fighter aircraft has an average service lifetime of 8K hours and …

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Lockheed, Partners Shift F-35 Program Focus to System Upgrade, Sustainment Efforts

Lockheed Martin and its partner companies in the F-35 Lightning II program will move forward with efforts sustain and update the fighter aircraft’s systems after the industry team completed 309 deliveries to military customers worldwide, AIN Online reported Tuesday. Greg Ulmer, vice president and general manager of Lockheed’s F-35 program, said during a …

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Lockheed Taps Raytheon for F-35 Sensor Development Work

Raytheon has been chosen to develop a sensor technology for F-35 pilots to obtain situational awareness and detect threats in battlespace. Lockheed Martin said Wednesday it picked Raytheon after a competitive process for the development of the Distributed Aperture System starting with the fighter program’s lot 15. Greg Ulmer, vice president and general manager of …

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Lockheed Appoints Jeff Babione as Skunk Works Head, Greg Ulmer as F-35 Program Lead

Jeff Babione, executive vice president and general manager of Lockheed Martin‘s F-35  program, has been appointed to similar roles within the defense and aerospace contractor’s advanced development programs division known as Skunk Works. Lockheed said Thursday Babione will lead Skunk Works’ efforts to support warfighters and succeed Rob Weiss, who will retire in late 2018. In …

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