Title: Ground Systems Architect (Retired)
Company: Lockheed Martin Corporation
Location: Fairfield Glade, Tennessee, United States
Carl Aubrey Hubbard Sr., Retired Ground Systems Architect at Lockheed Martin Corporation, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in systems engineering.
With more than 25 years of professional experience, Mr. Hubbard retired in 2005 as a ground systems architect with the Lockheed Martin Corporation since 2001, having been a project engineer from 1996 to 2001 and a program manager from 1994 to 1996. Prior to joining the company, he worked as a senior systems engineer with Digital Software Corporation in 1994 and as a management consultant and ISO 9000 lead auditor from 1993 to 1994. From 1981 to 1993j, he worked with the Martin Marietta Corporation, first as a project leader, then as a project engineer, and finally as a senior staff systems engineer. Earlier in his career, Mr. Hubbard was a program manager with AMI Industries from 1980 to 1981.
Mr. Hubbard began his career as a student at Oregon State University, obtaining a Bachelor of Science in 1963. He then served with the United States Army for several years, completing the field artillery officer basic and advanced courses, as well as the Air Defense Artillery Course, Field Artillery Ballistic Missile Course, Allied Command Staff Officer Course and a US Army Command Staff Officer Course. He then returned to his studies at Augustana College, where he earned a Master of Science in applied sciences in 1978. Mr. Hubbard is certified as an ISO 9000 quality assurance lead auditor by the Victoria Group and in engineering process improvement by Martin Marietta Management and Data Systems.
Throughout his career, Mr. Hubbard has been recognized for his contributions. The United States Army has given him an Army Meritorious Service Medal, a Joint Service Commendation Medal, an Army Commendation Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, a National Defense Service Medal, an Army Armed Force Expeditionary Medal, an Army Armed Forces Reserve Medal with XX Device, a Vietnam Service Medal with Three Bronze Stars, a Korean Defense Service Medal, a Vietnam Campaign Medal with Device, a Presidential Unit Citation and a Vietnam Cross of Gallantry. In addition, the Martin Marietta Corporation awarded him a Prestige Award, a Wingspread Award and a Dragon Slayer Award. The recipient of a Conservator Award, Mr. Hubbard was also recognized by the Mustang Club of America with the Grille Medallion, and the Antique Automobile Club of America gave him Two Grille Medallions.
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