Erin Moseley Death, Lockheed Martin Vice President, Cause Of Death

Erin Moseley Death
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Erin Mosely Death – Erin Moseley, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Strategy & Business Development Vice President has passed away, she oversees domestic and international pursuits and new aeronautical projects. The cause of death was not mentioned and the circumstances surrounding her passing are not also released. Moseley worked for the US government as the Deputy Director of the US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency’s Special Advisor before entering the defense sector.

Who is Erin Mosely?

Erin Moseley worked for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company as the vice president of strategy and business development. In addition to overseeing new business acquisitions for the Aeronautics portfolio, which includes unmanned and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance platforms, air mobility, and fifth-generation tactical aircraft, she is in charge of both domestic and foreign pursuits. She also oversees Advanced Development Programs at Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works®. In December 2018, she received a promotion to her current role.

Prior to this, Ms. Moseley worked for Inglee, Sauer, Moseley (ISM) Strategies as a Senior Partner. She was President of Support Solutions at BAE Systems, Inc., a $3.2 billion division of the corporation, before coming to work at ISM in 2014. In this capacity, she oversaw engineering, systems integration, ship repair, readiness and sustainment for both military and commercial clients, as well as the maintenance, upgrades, and life extension of defense goods and services. She was formerly BAE Systems’ Senior Vice President for Government Relations.

From 2004 until 2006, she served as Lockheed Martin’s Vice President of Sensors and Electronic Systems, supporting a variety of business units including missile defense, systems integration, sea-based platforms, sensors and electronic systems, simulation, and training services and systems. In addition, she oversaw a number of teams while working as Staff Vice President of Government Relations, Combat Systems, at General Dynamics from 1998 until 2004.


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