Thursday, April 28, 2011
Boeing Names New Insitu CEO
Boeing subsidiary Insitu, of Bingen, Wash., named Steve Morrow Insitu president and CEO. Morrow succeeds CEO Steve Sliwa.
Morrow most recently served as director of Boeing's Stand-off Strike unit, leading long-range weapons programs including the U.S. Navy's Harpoon and SLAM ER missiles, the U.S. Air Force's Air Launched Cruise Missile, the Next Generation Cruise Missile, and Boeing's portion of the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense program. He previously held other significant leadership posts for Boeing weapons systems programs. Morrow joined Boeing in 2002 following his retirement as Navy program manager for the $500 million Tactical Tomahawk development program and the Tomahawk Block III recertification and remanufacture program. Earlier he led NAVAIR P-3C Update III aircraft programs and was assigned to the Navy’s Acquisition Executive in the Pentagon. He also served as P-3C mission commander and battle group tactical action officer, gaining extensive experience in the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance mission.