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Jim Chilton Promoted to Boeing Network & Space Systems Business President

Jim Chilton, vice president of strategic missiles and defense systems at Boeing (NYSE: BA), has been promoted to president of the aerospace and defense contractor’s network and space systems business in a move that takes effect Oct. 21. Boeing said Thursday the 32-year company veteran will succeed Craig Cooning, who has led N&SS since July 2014 …

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Jim Chilton Named Boeing Defense Systems Head, Greg Hyslop Tech Research VP; Roger Krone Comments

Jim Chilton, Boeing‘s (NYSE: BA) former vice president and program manager for exploration launch systems, has been appointed vice president and general manager of strategic missile and defense systems. The 29-year company veteran will succeed Greg Hyslop, who will serve as VP and GM of research and technology, Boeing said …

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Boeing to Form 4 Smaller Business Units in Defense Segment Revamp

Boeing (NYSE: BA) will divide the network and space systems and military aircraft segments within its defense, space and security business unit into four smaller entities in a move that will take effect July 1. Leanne Caret, CEO of Boeing BDS, said Tuesday the reorganization is part of the company’s efforts to …

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Pat Goggin Promoted to President of Boeing Defense, Space & Security Devt Org

Pat Goggin, vice president of airplane programs engineering at Boeing’s (NYSE: BA) commercial airplanes unit,  has been promoted to president of the company’s defense, space and security development organization. Boeing said Friday the 29-year company veteran will succeed Jim O’Neill, who will retire in 2017 after more than 30 years …

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Weekly Roundup September 19 – September 23 2016: KBR Becomes Major Govt Services Player & more

September 19 – September 23 2016 Click here to see Real-Time GovCon Sector Quotes A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson KBR’s expansion move into the U.S. and global government services markets became official on Monday when the Houston-based engineering company closed its $300 million purchase of the business known as …

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