Art Cameron, Brig Gen (ret), currently the Director of F-35 Operations at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, has been selected to serve on the National LOA Advisory Board. He leads a team of over 500 Lockheed Martin and other industry specialists responsible for F-35 Operations at Luke AFB. This includes F-35 pilot academic training, maintenance training and F-35 flightline operations for international participants. Previously he was responsible for F-35 Global Sustainment Strategies to include Sustainment Business Operations and Cost, US Service, International Sustainment activities and all base/site activation activities for the Joint Strike Fighter program.
Prior to joining Lockheed Martin Aeronautics in 2009, Mr. Cameron served for over 33 years in the United States Air Force retiring as a Brigadier General.
Mr. Cameron’s previous Air Force assignments include positions as the Air Force’s Director of Logistics Resources. He was responsible for identifying and resourcing all the AF’s logistical $30B annual requirements. He served on the AF Corporate structure defending these requirements.
Mr. Cameron served as Commander of the 309th Maintenance Wing at Ogden Air Logistics Center. He led a team of 9,000 employees at the Air Force’s “Fighter Depot” responsible for F-16, A-10, F-22, C-130 and Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles at 9 world wide locations; including a Pacific Theater depot in Okinawa and the “aircraft bone yard” in Tucson, Arizona. Art managed a complex business with annual revenues of over $3.5B. Art also served as the 56th Maintenance Group Commander at Luke Air Force Base leading over 3,500 airmen responsible for 200+ F-16s.
Mr Cameron is a previous President of the National Logistics Officer Association, dedicated to professional growth and furthering advances in logistics. Mr. Cameron also serves on the Board of Directors for Fighter Country Partnership.
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