Charles Bouchard announces his retirement from Lockheed Martin Canada

Charles Bouchard, Chief Executive of Lockheed Martin Canada, announced yesterday that he is retiring from his current job effective April 30, 2019. Bouchard served in this position for nearly six years, following a 37-year career with the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF).

Charles Bouchard

LGen Bouchard (Ret’d) was the first to hold the role of Chief Executive of Lockheed Martin Canada and has been instrumental in expanding Lockheed Martin’s business growth in Canada during his tenure.

“I have thoroughly enjoyed serving Lockheed Martin Canada and Lockheed Martin Corporation and while the time has come for me to retire, I will remain an ardent supporter and advocate of the work Lockheed Martin does to deliver the best equipment to today’s modern warfighter, the F-35 being a primary example,” said Bouchard.

Lorraine Ben will serve as Interim Chief Executive of Lockheed Martin Canada.

Author: Marcello Sukhdeo

Marcello is the managing editor of Vanguard, IT in Canada and Canadian Government Executive and the host of Vanguard Radio and WRLWND Radio podcasts. He is an avid technology and security enthusiast, who has worked on content leadership strategies for a number of industries including the public sector, life science, technology and defence.

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