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Before joining BAE Systems, Herr held positions in procurement, program management, production operations, and product support for General Electric Aircraft Engines and Lockheed Martin.
Born in Cincinnati to a schoolteacher mother and a father who managed the General Electric Aircraft Engines Division, Immelt -- who holds degrees from Dartmouth College and Harvard Business School -- joined GE in 1982, working in the company's Plastics, Appliances and Medical businesses.
The US Navy plans to task General Electric Aircraft Engines with reducing the specific fuel consumption for the propulsion system powering its Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet fleet.
Neither General Electric Aircraft Engines nor Pratt & Whitney have requested formal US government action, but their concerns are reflected in an annual US report on trade barriers.
One of the industry users of the system, the General Electric Aircraft Engines Company, has predicted a resultant 55 percent reduction in engine analysis time.
EVENDALE, Ohio - General Electric Aircraft Engines said Wednesday it will cut up to 4,000 jobs, or 13 percent of its work force, by early next year because it expects the demand for engines to drop in the aftermath of the Sept.
Seattle, WA; CFD Research, Huntsville, AL; General Applied Science Laboratory, Ronkonkoma, NY; General Electric Aircraft Engines, Cincinnati, OH; Honeywell Engines & Systems, Phoenix, AZ; Lockheed-Martin Aeronautics Co.
McNerney was president and CEO of General Electric Aircraft Engines before his appointment at 3M.