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LTG (Ret.) David J. Kelley (2007)

LTG Kelley retired from the Army in July of 2000 and in January of 2001 joined the Lockheed Martin Corporation, Mission Systems Line of Business as Vice President of Information Operations.   Due to     his in-depth understanding of the DoD Information Environment he was asked to establish the LM Mission Systems Center of Competence for Information Operations.  This important center ensured that IO became a core competency for programs across Mission Systems and that IO were fully integrated into Mission Systemís business processes.


     Based on his success with IO and his extensive understanding of Army Communications, he was asked to become the Lockheed Martin Warfighter Information Network Tactical (WIN-T) Program Executive.  In August of 2002, He led the LM WIN-T team to a major victory when Lockheed was selected by the Army for the competitive downselect phase of the $7 billion WIN-T program.  This win ultimately culminated in the formation of an industry team with the mission of delivering the WIN-T capability to the Army.


     Dave Kelley continues to demonstrate his leadership and professionalism at LM and was recently assigned as Vice President of Land Forces Systems Division, Integrated Systems and Solutions Line of Business.  He now leads a division consisting of over 17 programs spanning an area from Colorado to Maryland where he continues to make significant contributions to LM and our national defense.


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