Boeing Space and Exploration Head Brewster H. Shaw to Retire; Roger Krone Comments

Boeing recently announced the retirement of Brewster H. Shaw, vice president and general manager of the firm’s Space Exploration division. Shaw has led all of Boeing’s civil space programs since 2006.

Boeing Network and Space Systems President Roger Krone thanked Shaw for his years of service and for leading the Space Exploration unit. “Throughout his career with the U.S. Air Force, NASA and Boeing, Brewster has been dedicated to the nation’s national security and aerospace prominence,” he said.

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