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Boeing Names Ralph Meoni Head of New Electronic Division, Shifts Exec Roles

Ralph Meoni

Boeing (NYSE: BA) announced Wednesday it is rotating seven executive assignments within the defense, space and security segment, with all moves effective Jan. 1.

Shelley Lavender

The company said these rotations are part of a growth and affordability strategy started in 2010, which has led to $2.2 billion in savings, according to the release.

Ralph Meoni will serve as vice president and general manager of a new electronic and information solutions division within the network and space systems unit, consolidating the electronic and mission systems and information solutions division.

Shelley Lavender will serve as VP and GM of integrated logistics within the global services and support business unit, where she will oversee performance-based logistics and the company’s Australia and U.K. defense positions.

Debbie Rub

She currently serves as VP and GM of global strike within the military aircraft unit.

Chris Chadwick

Debbie Rub will become VP and GM of global strike, adding the Super Hornet and Growler programs to her responsibilities along with the F-15 and missile programs she currently manages.

Rub also currently oversees unmanned systems programs and that management will continue reporting to Chris Chadwick, president of military aircraft.

Functional support will be shared across the company’s other military aircraft organizations, Boeing said.

Jean Chamberlin, currently head of the mobility division, will serve as VP and GM of the program management function.

Jean Chamberlin

The mobility division includes the C-17, KC-46 Tanker, H-47 and V-22

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