Lockheed Martin has released that Danya Trent, Vice President of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics’ F-16 programmes, will now also serve as site lead of the company’s Greenville, South Carolina facility. In this role, in addition to leading the overall F-16 product portfolio, Trent will be responsible for the strategic direction, performance and growth of the Greenville operation.
As the global home of the F-16, the Greenville site continues to ramp up F-16 production and is planning to deliver the first Block 70 jet to Bahrain in the first half of 2023. The team also provides sustainment support to the F-16 platform, as well as other platforms, such as the Lockheed Martin C-130.
Throughout her 21-year career with Lockheed Martin, Trent has held various leadership roles, including Vice President of Lunar Exploration Campaigns, Vice President of Programme Management at Lockheed Martin Space and Director of the Integrated Fighter Group (IFG)’s portfolio in the Southwest Asia, Middle East and North Africa (SAMENA) region for Lockheed Martin Aeronautics.Email Post to a Friend