"Tunisia's Super Hercules fleet is both a national and a regional asset, able to support more missions than any other aircraft in operation today," said George Shultz, vice president and general manager, C-130 Programs, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics.
"Since its debut in 1954, the C-130 has proudly lived up to its reputation as the world's airlifter workhorse by supporting the needs of the 70 operators who fly it around the world," says George Shultz, vice president and general manager of the C-130 programs.He has worked at Lockheed for more than 30 years.
George Shultz, currently vice president of Modernization programs for Aeronautics, will become the new vice president for the C-130 program.
Shultz joined Lockheed Martin in 1984 and in addition to leading the modernization programs, he oversees operations at Kelly Aviation Center in San Antonio, Texas, and the Greenville, S.C. facility.Previously, Shultz held positions of increasing responsibility in engineering and program management.He received a bachelor's degree in engineering and technology from Kent State University and an MBA from the University of Tennessee.
"With more than 1,400 C-130s operating in 70 countries, it is essential to have a global support network to keep these Hercules aircraft ready to support any mission - anytime, anywhere," said George Shultz, Lockheed Martin vice president and general manager, C-130 Programs.
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