Former Brigadier General becomes Lockheed General Manager.

After 18 years with Lockheed Martin, Greenville Site Director Mike Fox is stepping away from the post he has held since 2018, turning the position over to Walt Lindsley, a sustainment operation director at the company.

Lindsley, currently the director of modifications, upgrades and overhaul for Lockheed Martin's sustainment operations, will be responsible for a 700-person team that operates the only F-16 production line in the world and serves the U.S. Air Force as the F-16 overflow service industrial depot.

"Walt brings a proven reputation of strong leadership experience and operations and logistics management," Bruce Litchfield, vice president of Lockheed Martin Sustainment Operations, said in a news release Wednesday. "He is stepping into the role at a time of incredible growth and opportunity for our Greenville site."

Prior to joining Lockheed Martin in 2018, Lindsley served 36 years in the U.S. Air Force, where he retired as brigadier general. He has held a variety of technical and leadership roles throughout his career, including director of logistics, engineering and force protection for the Air Force Global Strike Command and vice commander at the Air Force...

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