Terry A. Graham is new Allison Executive VP of Business Operations.INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 26, 1996--Terry A. Graham has been nominated as Allison Engine Company's new Executive Vice President of Business Operations Business operations are those activities involved in the running of a business for the purpose of producing value for the stakeholders. Compare business processes. The outcome of business operations is the harvesting of value from assets effective May 10. Mr. Graham is replacing Colin H. Green, who was recently appointed as the Managing Director of the Rolls-Royce Aerospace Group headquartered in the United Kingdom.
Mr. Graham comes to Allison from his position as Vice President, Business Development and Product Support for Lockheed Aeronautical aer·o·nau·tic also aer·o·nau·ti·cal
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Mike Hudson, President and Chief Operating Officer Chief Operating Officer (COO)
The officer of a firm responsible for day-to-day management, usually the president or an executive vice-president. of Allison Engine Company The Allison Engine Company was a U.S. aircraft engine manufacturer which was acquired by Rolls-Royce plc in 1995 to become a subsidiary, Rolls-Royce Corporation.
It is best known for the Allison V-1710 V-12 engine, which was the only high-powered U.S. said, "Mr. Graham's move will serve to strengthen these important programs, as well as other future and existing Allison programs. He will bring a wealth of experience to his new position."
Mr. Graham began his aerospace career when he joined Lockheed Georgia in their engineering flight test department upon graduation from Georgia-Tech in 1969. He subsequently held several aircraft marketing positions, including the C-130J Hercules Military Transport, the Jet Star II Business Jet, and the L-1011 Tri-Star Airliner where he worked closely with the Rolls-Royce Aerospace Group. After serving as sales director in General Electric's Aircraft Engine Group, Mr. Graham returned to Lockheed in Marietta where he became Director of the C-130 Hercules program.
Mr. Graham will join Allison in Indianapolis during mid-May while his wife Molly and three sons will relocate shortly after the close of the school year.
Allison Engine Company, a member of the Rolls-Royce Aerospace Group, is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, and is the leading designer, developer, supporter, and manufacturer of gas turbine engines for aviation, industrial, and marine applications.
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