Northrop shuffles 3 after manager departs

Maryland Watch

March 22, 1997

Northrop Grumman Corp.'s Electronic Sensors and Systems Division in Linthicum has promoted three executives in the wake of the departure of a longtime senior manager.

Milton F. Borkowski, 60, has stepped down as vice president and general manager of the Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence and Naval Systems business unit. Borkowski retired a year ago from the former Westinghouse Electric Corp. plant after almost 40 years of service, but stayed on to assist with the transition to Northrop Grumman's ownership.

With the transition complete, Borkowski said, he will now pursue other business opportunities.

Robert P. Iorizzo will succeed Borkowski as head of the business unit, which is one of three major segments of ESSD.

James L. Armitage, previously executive program manager of ESSD's effort to build radar for the Joint Strike Fighter warplane, will replace Iorizzo as vice president of Space Systems.

Robert W. DuBeau, director and deputy manager of Systems Development and Technology, will take Armitage's spot at the helm of the Joint Strike Fighter effort.

Pub Date: 3/22/97

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