7 janvier 2022 | Local, Naval

Lockheed Martin Canada names new general manager for RMS

Glenn Copeland has been appointed general manager for the Lockheed Martin Canada Rotary and Mission Systems (RMS) business area.

https://verticalmag.com/press-releases/lockheed-martin-canada-names-new-general-manager-for-rms/

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