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Jean-Claude Paul Martin

aerospace manufacturing executive

Jean-Claude Paul Martin was French aerospace manufacturing executive. Decorated Médaille d'Or de la Jeunesse et Des Sports, officier de L'Ordre National du Mérite, Médaille de l'Aéronautique, chevalier de la legion d'honneur. Member La Fondation Bull (vice president), Racing Club of France.

Background

Martin, Jean-Claude Paul was born on August 9, 1932 in Paris. Son of Marcel and Madeleine (Pouillien) Martin.

Education

Student, École Polytech. Master of Science in Chemistry, University Minnesota.

Career

Researcher Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing, 1957-1958. Engineer Commissariat à L'Énergie Atomique de Saclay, Grenoble, 1968-1963. Head manufacturing development Pierrelatte, 1964-1967.

Technical consultant to cabinet minister Robert Galley, 1968-1973. Head Concorde program Compagnie Nationale Air France, 1973, director information, 1974, program director, 1975, deputy, director general, general research, 1976-1983, inspector general, 1983-1985. Director-general Society Lucas France, since 1985.

President Lucas Air Équipment, 1985-1996. Chair surveying council Scania France.

Membership

Member La Fondation Bull (vice president), Racing Club of France.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Skiing, bridge.

Connections

Married Marie-Agnès Courtois (deceased). Married Doris Oesterling, November 22, 1982. Children: Olivier, Philippe, Thierry.