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Tyler Evans to Lead Aerojet RocketDyne’s ‘Rocket Shop’ Org; Paul Meyer Comments

AeroJet RocketDyneTyler Evans, formerly an executive director at Pratt & Whitney, has joined Aerojet Rocketdyne as vice president of the defense advanced programs unit.

He will lead a business referred to by the company as the “Rocket Shop” and oversee changes to the process of developing new defense products, Aerojet Rocketdyne said Tuesday.

“I’m thrilled to bring Tyler’s expertise on board to lead the development of advanced technologies and identify new opportunities for us in the aerospace and defense industry, ” said Paul Meyer, senior VP of advanced programs and business development at Aerojet Rocketdyne.

Evans is a two-decade veteran of Pratt & Whitney and most recently led international programs and business development for the aircraft engine manufacturer’s military engines division.

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