Gulfstream names Kohler VP, Advanced Aircraft Programs
Nov. 6, 2014, Savannah, Ga. - Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. has formally announced the appointment of Mark Kohler to vice president, Advanced Aircraft Programs. In the role for 18 months, Kohler has successfully overseen the development, build and powered rollout of the first Gulfstream G500 aircraft.
He is now responsible for the development, certification and entry into service of the all-new G500 and G600 aircraft. Kohler reports to Dan
Nale, senior vice president, Programs, Engineering and Test, Gulfstream.
Kohler came to Gulfstream in 1992 as a design build team leader for the GV, where he successfully managed a cross-functional team of more than 100 engineers in the development of the GV forward fuselage. Since then, he has held several key positions increasing in both
scope and responsibility, including manager, Service Engineering; director, GIV/GV/G550 Entryinto-Service Programs; director, Mid-Cabin Research and Development Programs; and, most recently, director, Advanced Aircraft Programs.