General Manager and Site Director, Lockheed Martin Greenville Operations
Mike Fox is the General Manager and Site Director of the Lockheed Martin site in Greenville, S.C., where he is responsible for the nearly 500-person operation, which provides nose-to-tail aircraft sustainment, modification and production. The facility comprises 276 acres with 16 hangars, support shops and warehouse space, and is now the new home of the F-16 Viper
production line. The customer base includes the U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Coast Guard, Homeland Security and multiple International operators.
Mr. Fox joined Lockheed Martin in 2003 after serving 22 years in the U.S. Air Force, specializing in aircraft maintenance and flight operations. He has held a variety of technical and leadership roles within the company, including director for the Aeronautics Culture of Accountability program, where he was responsible for leading the cultural transformation for approximately 25,000 employees across the enterprise, site lead and production operations director for the company’s U-2 Dragon Lady depot maintenance program based in Palmdale, California, quality and mission success director for the C-5 Galaxy program, C-130J Hercules assembly and flight operations director, as well as multiple leadership roles within the F-22 Raptor program, all in Marietta, Georgia.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in human resources management from Troy State University and dual master’s degrees in Adult and Higher Education and Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma.