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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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Jeff Johnson to Head Military Aircraft BD at Boeing; Marc Allen Comments

Jeff Johnson, formerly president of Boeing‘s (NYSE: BA) operations in the Middle East, has been named vice president of business development for military aircraft and succeeded the now-retired Tim Norgart. Boeing said Thursday he will oversee the development and implementation of business strategies for the Super Hornet, F-15 Strike Eagle, C-17 Globemaster …

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Peri Widener Named Boeing Integrated Logistics VP, GM; Jim O’Neill Comments

Peri Widener has been appointed as vice president and general manager of integrated logistics within Boeing’s (NYSE: BA) global services business. She will report to GS&S President Jim O’Neill and be responsible for readiness and after-delivery services for military systems, Boeing said Monday. Widener succeeds Shelley Lavender, who was promoted to president …

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Christopher Chadwick Named Boeing Defense Chief in Series of Exec Promotions

Christopher Chadwick, president of Boeing‘s (NYSE: BA) military aircraft division, has been promoted to president and CEO of the company’s defense, space and security business segment in a series of executive appointments that take effect Dec. 31. The 31-year company veteran will succeed Dennis Muilenburg, who will elevate to the …

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

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

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