The Aerospace Corp. appoints new EVP

The Aerospace Corp. has appointed Wayne Goodman to the position of executive vice president.

Goodman succeeds David Gorney, who is retiring from the company on Dec. 31.

In his new role, Goodman will work on cross-corporate initiatives and implement strategic goals.

Goodman most recently served as senior vice president of the operations and support group. Before that, he served as general manager, MILSATCOM Division. He joined the company in 1987 as a member of the technical staff in the structural technology department.

Additionally, Aerospace Corp. president Steve Isakowitz will become president and CEO on Oct. 1. Isakowitz became Aerospace Corp. president on Aug. 1.

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