Boeing’s Insitu Subsidiary Promotes Ryan Hartman to President, CEO; Steve Nordlund Comments

Ryan Hartman
Ryan Hartman

Ryan Hartman, formerly senior vice president for Insitu programs at the Boeing (NYSE: BA) subsidiary, has been promoted to president and CEO after Steve Morrow announced his retirement.

Boeing said Wednesday Hartman will lead Insitu’s work to carry out its business plan and will be responsible for employees in Washington and Oregon.

Steve Nordlund, vice president for unmanned airborne systems programs at Insitu,  said Hartman will aim to help the company push for global growth after almost 30 years of its operations.

Hartman was previously in charge of the company’s business development and the Integrator and ScanEagle program offices, handling research and development and product engineering.

He is a U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force veteran.

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