Tag Archives: John Karas

Lockheed, Brigham Young University Partner to Apply Gaming Tech in Digital Engineering

Brigham Young University and Lockheed Martin will collaborate on the application of gaming technology to help users interact with, record and share engineering designs in virtual reality environments. Lockheed said Tuesday the project is part of a research grant awarded to BYU’s mechanical engineering department for the development of a VR training and design review system that …

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Lockheed Breaks Ground on Minuteman III ICBM Replacement Program Mgmt Facility in Utah

Lockheed Martin has kicked off construction of a program management facility at  the Falcon Hill National Aerospace Research Park in Utah to support the U.S. Air Force‘s project to develop a follow-on intercontinental ballistic missile system. Lockheed said Friday it will move into the company’s program management office at Falcon Hill by August 2017 as part of the Ground …

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John Karas: Lockheed Submits Bid, Reveals Subcontractors for Air Force ICBM Replacement Program

Lockheed Martin has submitted its proposal for the U.S. Air Force’s Intercontinental Ballistic Missile replacement program and named the companies that will work as subcontractors on the program, the National Defense Magazine reported Thursday. Vivienne Machi writes John Karas, a vice president and ground-based strategic deterrent program manager at Lockheed, said …

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Kay Sears Named Lockheed Space Systems VP for Strategy & Business Devt; Rick Ambrose Comments

Kay Sears, former president of Intelsat General and a 28-year satellite communications industry veteran, has been named vice president of strategy and business development at Lockheed Martin‘s space systems segment. Her appointment takes effect April 4 and she will oversee the organization’s strategic planning, expansion initiatives, advanced technology development and work with commercial …

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Orion Ready for Close Up

Orion made her first appearance this week. Lockheed Martin introduced the spacecraft and the company’s Space Operations Simulation Center, marking progress in NASA’s Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle program. “Our nation’s next bold step in exploration could begin by 2016,” said John Karas, vice president and general manager for Lockheed Martin’s Human …

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