Director, Corporate Domestic Business Development,
Lockheed Martin Corporation
In 2009, Greg joined the Lockheed Martin Corporate Headquarters staff as the Director, Corporate Domestic Business Development. His responsibilities include managing 25 field offices and nearly 70 business development personnel, executing an $18M annual budget that supports the organization, and ensuring personnel actions and general operations are completed in close coordination with the Corporate Strategy and Business Development functional staff. He is also the lead for the CDBD Energy Contact Group and a representative to the Corporate Logistics Business Council.
After a 23-year Air Force career, Bricker joined Lockheed Martin in 1999 as the manager for C-5 Airlift Requirements, making an immediate impact that led to his selection as the Outstanding Employee of the Year for Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Systems Business Development for 1999. He continued to develop exceptional market strategy and tactics for capturing the C-5 Reliability Enhancement and Re-engining Program (RERP), and was the Capture Manager for the $1B contract that was awarded in 2001.
During his Air Force career he excelled as a pilot, instructor pilot, and evaluator pilot, amassing more than 4,500 hours in T-37, T-38, T-41, and C-130 aircraft. From 1994 to 1996, he was the 52nd Airlift Squadron Commander at Moody AFB, GA, where he organized and established a new C-130 aircraft operations and maintenance squadron. His unit received the Outstanding Squadron of the Year Award in 1995. From 1996 to 1999, he was the Branch Chief for the headquarters level C-130 and C-5 systems requirements branches and orchestrated the efforts of team program managers that developed the C-130 weapon system requirements, with total programs exceeding $3.6 billion, and requirements defining the acquisition strategy for the C-5 RERP which exceeded $6 billion.
Bricker graduated from the US Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO, in 1976, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geography. He earned a MBA from the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO, in 1986. He is a member of the Airlift Tanker Association (A/TA), the Air Force Association (AFA), and the USAFA Association of Graduates. In 2008, he served as the State President of the Georgia AFA. He is currently qualified as a Certified Flight Instructor with more than 5,000 hours of military and commercial flight time.
Greg is married to the former Mary Peck. They have one daughter, and one granddaughter.