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Lockheed Martin Director Shattuck Honored by Alma Mater

Paul Shattuck, Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin space systems company’s director Paul Shattuck, received a 2011 Outstanding Aerospace Engineer Award from Purdue University last week. The award comes from the school of aeronautics and astronuatics program.

The OAE award was created in 1999 and has only 149 recipients, less than 1 percent of the schools total alumni. Shattuck is a 35-year veteran in the aerospace industry.

In Shattuck’s 11 years with Lockheed Martin, he has integrated unsurpassed capabilities for war fighters in strategic and tactical applications. His day-to-day operations include overseeing programs involving adaptive and electro-optical beam control/fire control systems, illuminator lasers and fiber lasers as well as integration of complex weapons systems on a variety of platforms.

“I am grateful for the engineering foundation that I received while an undergraduate student at Purdue,” said Shattuck. “The disciplined approaches to problem solving and technical background in control systems and applied math have served me well in each and every endeavor that I’ve been involved in during my career. It’s been a rewarding journey.”

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