Lockheed Martin has tapped Paul Lemmo to serve as president of Sikorsky, effective in January.
Dan Schultz, who currently heads Sikorsky, will retire early next year, setting off a round of promotions in the company's rotary and mission systems business.
Lemmo, who is vice president of integrated warfare systems and sensors, will assume Schultz's responsibilities, while Jon Rambeau, now vice president of C6ISR, will move into Lemmo's job.
Gregg Bauer, Lockheed said, will take over Rambeau's position. Bauer is currently vice president of the undersea warfare and integration programs market segment.
Additionally, earlier this year, Lockheed promoted Chauncey McIntosh to vice president of the company's training and logistics solutions business. He previously was vice president of F-35 training and logistics.
The company tapped Tony DeSimone, who previously was chief engineer of the integrated weapon systems and sensors line of business, to be vice president of engineering and technology at RMS.
In a statement, Stephanie Hill, who heads the rotary and mission systems unit, said she was able to "leverage our bench of talent."
"I'm proud of Lockheed Martin's focus on talent development which allows for smooth and seamless transitions," she added.