Lockheed Martin announced today it has appointed retired Navy Vice Adm. Barry McCullough vice president of strategy and business development in the company's Rotary and Mission Systems business unit.
McCullough will be responsible for developing and executing the business strategy for the multibillion-dollar Rotary and Mission Systems portfolio, according to a company statement. He has "extensive experience in international and domestic business development and strategy, particularly in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and India, two key countries for the corporation," Dale Bennett, executive vice president for Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems, said in the statement.
McCullough joined Lockheed Martin more than six years ago, serving first as vice president of business development for New Ventures and then as vice president of business strategy. More recently he was the vice president of international business development.
McCullough served more than 36 years in the Navy. He is the former head of U.S. Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. 10th Fleet, as well as the deputy chief of naval operations for integration of capabilities and director of surface warfare.