Tim Noonan Named Boeing Training Systems, Government Services VP; Leanne Caret Comments

Tim Noonan
Tim Noonan

Tim Noonan, formerly vice president of Boeing’s (NYSE: BA) Phantom Works Ventures, has been appointed as VP of Boeing’s training systems and government services.

He will succeed Bob Gower and be responsible for Boeing’s six TSGS sites within the global services and support division, Boeing said Tuesday.

“Tim has the vision and experience to energize the team to bring bold, new ideas forward and turn them into reality, ” said Leanne Caret, Boeing president of global services and support.

Phantom Works provides aircrew and maintenance training, infrastructure support and logistics information management services to global clients.

Gower is set to retire in June after three decades of service for the company.

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