Lockheed Martin Honors Six Owego-Based Engineers
Owego, NY, 03/05/2009 -- Lockheed Martin Corporation [NYSE: LMT] has recognized six engineers at its Systems Integration – Owego operation as Lockheed Martin Fellows for their expertise and outstanding technical contributions.
The Fellows Program recognizes, honors and rewards the world-class engineers, scientists and technologists whose contributions enable Lockheed Martin to support customers around the world. Designation as a Lockheed Martin Fellow is limited to the Corporation's top technical talent and recognizes both past achievement and promise for continuing contributions.
"The breadth and depth of knowledge and experience that these employees possess have made them tremendous assets to our business, our customers and our country" said Marillyn Hewson, President of Lockheed Martin Systems Integration in Owego. "We are very proud that six of the Corporation's top engineers join our existing 12 Fellows and Senior Fellow who work here."
William Delahanty is a logistics and sustainment chief engineer who has been recognized by other Lockheed Martin business units for his expertise in logistics and sustainment engineering on multiple programs.
Vince Galluzzo is the IT Support Systems technical lead for the VH-71 Presidential Helicopter program with expertise in Integrated Digital Environment/Automated Maintenance Environment.
Stephen Gonya is a senior staff research scientist and recognized subject matter expert in electronic design, packaging, materials, manufacturing, reliability, and testing. He has been granted 11 patents.
Steve Moraites is a principal engineer and expert in system engineering particularly with regards to survivability and sensor design. He has been named as the inventor on five pending patent applications.
Karen Petzold is regarded as an expert in hardware design, digital signal processor architectures, receivers, and algorithms, and embedded software both within LMSI-Owego and by the customer.
Scott Sorber is the top corporate technical expert in guidance and navigation system analysis and algorithm development. He is named as an inventor on one patent and a key technical interface with industry partners on navigation systems and system architecture.
Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., Lockheed Martin is a global security company that employs about 146,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. The corporation reported 2008 sales of $42.7 billion.