Boeing names Network, Space System execs

Feb. 8, 2008 at 5:04 PM

ST. LOUIS, Feb. 8 (UPI) -- U.S. company Boeing has named its new executives to Network and Space Systems in its Integrated Defense Systems.

The new appointments took effect on Feb. 4, the company said in a statement.

"Rick Baily, 50, becomes vice president and general manager of Combat Systems, reporting to Krone. Baily was previously vice president and general manager, C3 Networks," the company said.

"Nan Bouchard, 49, is named vice president and general manager, C3 Networks, reporting to Roger Krone, president of IDS Network and Space Systems. Bouchard previously served as vice president of IDS Engineering," it said.

"Craig Cooning, 57, is named vice president and general manager, Space and Intelligence Systems, reporting to Krone. Cooning, previously vice president and deputy general manager of Space and Intelligence Systems, replaces Howard Chambers, who began a special assignment earlier this month on the 787 program at Boeing Commercial Airplanes," Boeing said.

"Gregg Martin, 46, becomes vice president and program manager, Future Combat Systems, reporting to Baily and replacing Dennis Muilenburg (the new head of IDS support Systems). Martin previously led systems-of-systems integration for FCS," the company said.

"Ginger Barnes, 49, moves to vice president and deputy program manager, Future Combat Systems. Barnes most recently led Weapons Programs. Jack Chenevey, 60, is named program manager, SBInet. Chenevey previously was director, Program Development, Advanced Systems," Boeing said.

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