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 Phillip M Condit

Conditís career has spanned more than 30 years of service to Boeing in almost 20 assignments. Condit joined Boeing in 1965 as an aerodynamics engineer on the Supersonic Transport (SST) program. He was promoted to lead engineer for the Boeing 747 high-speed configuration airplane in 1968 and was named the 747 performance lead engineer in 1971. Within a year, he advanced to manager of the quiet short-haul system development program, and then became manager of 727 marketing in 1973. He entered the Sloan Fellowship program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1974. Upon completion of his year of study at MIT, he returned to Boeing as manager of new program planning in 1975. A year later, he became director of program management for the 707/727/737 Division. He was named 757 chief project engineer in 1978, and director of 757 engineering in 1981. He was named Vice President and general manager of the 757 Division in 1983. Later that year, he became Vice President of the Renton Division, which built the 707, 727, 737 and 757 airplanes. In 1984, Condit was promoted to Vice President of sales and marketing for Boeing Commercial Airplane Company, serving during a period of exceptional sales. He was appointed Executive Vice President of Boeing Commercial Airplane Company in 1986 and, in 1989, Executive Vice President and general manager of the New Airplane Division, which subsequently became the 777 Division. Elected President and member of the Board of Directors of Boeing in 1992, Condit added the title of Chief Executive Officer in 1996. He was elected the seventh Chairman in the companyís 82-year history in 1997. [from Japan-Western Americas Association ]

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