Ingalls Shipbuilding Promotes Three To Vice Presdent Posts

Three senior management personnel at Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula, Miss., have been named vice presidents of the company.

Leonard Erb, president of Ingalls and senior vice president of Litton Industries, has announced the promotion of Edwin B. Robbins, David B. Wright and Wayne D. Stinnett.

Mr. Robbins, who has been with Ingalls for 13 years, has been promoted to vice president of administration.

After joining the company in 1967 as director, contracts administration, he advanced through several contracts management positions including director, DD-963 and LHA contracts, to director of administration in 1979.

Mr. Wright came to Ingalls in 1966 as a communication and control consultant to Litton. He joined Ingalls two years later as communication and control section manager on the FDL program.

After advancing through several positions in both the DD- 963 and LHA programs, Mr.

Wright became DD-993 program manager in 1976. In mid-1979, he moved to the newly formed Industrial Products Division as development director. He became director of industrial products later that year, before assuming his new position as vice president, railcar production.

Mr. Stinnett, employed with Ingalls since 1970, joined the company as systems engineering director for the LHA program. In 1971, he was appointed special assistant to the LHA program manager. He became director of quality engineering and systems in 1971, and assumed the job of quality assurance director in 1978.

His new position is vice president, quality assurance.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 34,  Jan 1981

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