Lockheed Martin Names Martin J. Mayer Vice President, C4I
MANASSAS, VA, 08-APR-03 -- Lockheed Martin has named Martin J. Mayer to the newly created position of vice president, C4I (Command, Control, Communication, Computers and Intelligence). He will be responsible for integrating all C4I activities across the Naval Electronics & Surveillance Systems (NE&SS) business segment Mayer recently retired from the U.S. Navy with the rank of vice admiral following a distinguished 37-year career. Most recently, he served as deputy commander, U.S. Joint Forces Command, where he directed operations for an organization of more than 2,000 people and was responsible for a wide range of activities including transformation, requirements generation, worldwide defense operations and homeland security.
His other key leadership roles included director of Strategy, Requirements and Integration for the U.S. Joint Forces Command, where he led the development of war-fighting requirements, ensuring interoperability for current and future systems. Prior to that assignment, he was the vice director for Force Structure, Requirements, and Assessments, Joint Staff, where he led war fighting requirements, budgets and programs with all levels of the Department of Defense, the Office of the President and Congress.
During his career, Mayer served aboard several U.S. Navy ships, including duty as commissioning commanding officer of the Aegis-equipped cruiser, USS Chosin (CG 65).
Mayer has a bachelor's degree in political science and a master's in business administration from Rutgers University. He also attended the Industrial College of the Armed Forces.
Lockheed Martin NE&SS provides surface ship and submarine weapon systems, antisubmarine warfare and ocean surveillance systems, missile launching systems, radar and sensor systems, ship systems integration services and other advanced systems and services to customers worldwide. NE&SS is a unit of Lockheed Martin Corporation (NYSE: LMT) headquartered in Bethesda, Md. The corporation's principal business areas are aeronautics, space, systems integration and technology services.