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Northrop Names 35-Year AF Vet Jeffrey Remington Honolulu Lead; Timothy Jones Comments

Jeffrey Remington

Northrop Grumman has appointed retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Remington vice president and corporate lead executive for company business in Honolulu, Northrop announced Monday.

The 35-year Air Force veteran will report to Timothy Jones, vice president of aviation and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, as well as represent the company’s business activities as senior executive in the Honolulu region.

Remington will also maintain direct liaison with U.S. Pacific Command and work with other community leaders in support of economic development, local community service and philanthropic activities.

The 35-year Air Force veteran brings diverse military leadership experience, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region, Jones said in the release.

Northrop holds a position on a $300 million contract with the Tricare Management Activity to test new technology at a federal facility in Hawaii.

Before joining Northrop, his most recent positions in the Air Force were deputy commander of United Nations Command Korea; deputy commander of U.S. Forces Korea; commander of the Air Component Command within the Republic of Korea/U.S. Combined Forces Command; and commander of the 7th Air Force, Pacific Air Forces, based at Osan Air Base in South Korea.

Remington has also commanded the 80th Fighter Squadron, 366th Operations Group, 27th Fighter Wing and 18th Wing.

His staff assignments were at the  Joint Staff, Headquarters Air Combat Command and Headquarters Pacific Air Forces.

He is a recipient of the Distinguished Service Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit with two oak leaf clusters, Distinguished Flying Cross, Meritorious Service Medal with three oak leaf clusters, Aerial Achievement Medal and Air Force Achievement Medal.

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