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January 19, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
New President Named at Lockheed's Skunk Works: Executive Vice President Jack S. Gordon, 53, will succeed Sherman N. Mullin, 58, who is retiring as president of Lockheed Corp.'s secret research arm effective March 1, the aerospace giant announced. The Palmdale-based Skunk Works, formally called Lockheed Advanced Development Co., is renowned for creating some of the company's most famous aircraft, including the U-2 spy plane and the F-117A stealth fighter jet.
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January 19, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
New President Named at Lockheed's Skunk Works: Executive Vice President Jack S. Gordon, 53, will succeed Sherman N. Mullin, 58, who is retiring as president of Lockheed Corp.'s secret research arm effective March 1, the aerospace giant announced. The Palmdale-based Skunk Works, formally called Lockheed Advanced Development Co., is renowned for creating some of the company's most famous aircraft, including the U-2 spy plane and the F-117A stealth fighter jet.
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October 26, 1999
* Angelika H. Caicedo has been named a partner in the professional services firm Arthur Andersen. The Valencia resident will continue to work out of the firm's Woodland Hills office and will be increasingly responsible for the company's high tech and enterprise groups. Caicedo has several years experience as a senior auditor and advisor to companies in information technology, biotechnology and telecommunications, the company said.
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June 14, 1991 | RONE TEMPEST, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Outside the American pavilion at Le Bourget Airport here, a pair of U.S. soldiers in desert fatigues stood proudly in front of their Patriot missile battery and answered questions from admiring and curious onlookers. "We painted it up to make it look pretty," said Sgt. Anthony Bates, 21, of Kingsland, Ga., pointing to the boxy camouflaged launcher--the same one he had manned in Israel during the Gulf War. "I reckon it did its job in the war."
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