Tue, Sep 28, 2004
Named VP Of Air Force Command & Control Strategic
Northrop Grumman Corporation has
appointed Timothy J. McMahon as vice president of Air Force and
Command & Control Strategic Programs and the corporate lead
executive for the company's business in the Colorado Springs
In this new position, McMahon is responsible for leading the
enterprise-wide strategy and approach for its work with the US Air
Force. In addition, McMahon will serve as the principal corporate
point of contact for all Northrop Grumman business in Colorado
Springs. He will provide senior leadership and coordination between
the company's 1,200 employees and its primary customers in the
Northrop Grumman customers in Colorado include the Air Force
Space Command; North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD);
United States Northern Command; National Reconnaissance Office;
Missile Defense Agency; and Army Space and Missile Defense Command.
McMahon will foster a shared understanding of these customers'
current and future needs and focus on leveraging corporate
resources to satisfy those needs.
"Our lead management approach aligns all Northrop Grumman
business in Colorado Springs under a single executive who will
establish an integrated enterprise-wide strategy that will benefit
all customers in the region," said Donald C. Winter, corporate vice
president and president, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems. "Tim is
uniquely qualified to take on this new role given his rich
background in military space and strategic forces operations.
Northrop Grumman's full-spectrum of capabilities will be readily
available to all customers through Tim's new role."
McMahon joined Northrop Grumman in June 2003 after a 32-year
career with the Air Force where he retired with the rank of major
general. He earned a bachelor's degree in history from Quincy
University in Quincy, Ill., and a master's degree in public
administration from Golden Gate University in San Francisco.
McMahon is also a distinguished graduate of the Industrial College
of the Armed Forces and graduated from the Advanced Management
Program at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of
Northrop Grumman's presence in Colorado Springs includes
providing more than three decades of technical expertise. The
company employs approximately 2,500 statewide.
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