Robert A. Fuhrman
Robert A. Fuhrman (February 23, 1925 – November 21, 2009) was an American engineer responsible for the development of the Polaris Missile and Poseidon missile, as well as President and Chief Operating Officer of Lockheed Corporation.  Fuhrman was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 1976 "for contributions to the design and development of the Polaris and Poseidon underwater launch ballistic missile systems".
Fuhrman graduated From the University of Michigan College of Engineering with a bachelor's degree in aeronautical engineering in 1945 and a master's degree in fluid mechanics and dynamics from the University of Maryland in 1952.
- Washington Post:Robert Fuhrman dies; helped create sub-launched missiles;By Elaine Woo;Monday, November 30, 2009
- Los Angeles Times: Robert A. Fuhrman dies at 84; former Lockheed executive;By Elaine Woo;November 25, 2009
- New York Times:Science:PENTAGON IS URGED TO BE MORE ACTIVE IN ECONOMIC POLICY;By JOHN H. CUSHMAN Jr., October 19, 1988
- National Academy of Engineering, Memorial Tributes: Volume 15 (2011);Robert A. Fuhrman;by Sherman N. Mullin