New Delhi: Roger Rose has taken over as chief executive at Lockheed Martin India succeeding Douglas Hartwick in that position. Hartwick helped set up Lockheed Martin Corp's New Delhi office and Lockheed Martin India Private Ltd.
Rose will be responsible for coordinating Lockheed's ongoing programme execution in India.
In his prior assignment, Rose led Lockheed's Electronic Systems business efforts to bring the latest in naval surface and submarine combat systems, ocean exploration, and alternative energy solutions to the Indian marketplace.
''Lockheed Martin approaches the Indian market with a solid commitment and a dedicated in-country presence with our office in New Delhi,'' said Lockheed Martin vice president of Corporate International Business Development, Pat Dewar. ''Roger brings a wealth of program execution experience to his new position and he will continue to expand on the solid foundation that Doug has provided through the stand-up of Lockheed Martin India Private Limited. Roger's appointment will ensure our valued relationship with the Indian government is fully supported for the long-term.''
Roger Rose is a retired career US naval officer in the submarine service and has more than 10-years of hands-on international business and policy experience, including a posting as the US naval attaché to Israel, and frequent travel to the Indian sub-continent over the past six years.