Jurkowsky Named Chief Spokesperson at Lockheed
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Jurkowsky Named Chief Spokesperson at Lockheed

Lockheed Martin has named Thomas Jurkowsky as its new vice president of media relations and the corporation’s chief spokesperson.

Paul Holmes

BETHESDA, August 15—Lockheed Martin has named Thomas Jurkowsky as its new vice president of media relations and the corporation’s chief spokesperson.
 
Jurkowsky joined Lockheed Martin in November of 2000 and has served as vice president of communications and public affairs for Naval Electronics and Surveillance Systems (NE&SS) in Baltimore, the organization within Lockheed Martin that is responsible for all U.S. and foreign Navy programs and employs more than 11,000 employees.
 
Prior to joining Lockheed Martin, Jurkowsky served on active duty in the U.S. Navy for 31 years. He began his Navy career in 1969 as an enlisted man and reached the rank of Rear Admiral. During his Navy career, he was a public affairs specialist, and his final position was as the chief of information where he was Navy’s chief spokesperson and directed all of its public affairs activity.
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