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GENERAL DYNAMICS NAMES SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT FOR SPACE POLICY AND TECHNOLOGY

 GENERAL DYNAMICS NAMES SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
 FOR SPACE POLICY AND TECHNOLOGY
 ST. LOUIS, Nov. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Alan M. Lovelace has been named senior vice president for Space Policy and Technology at General Dynamics Corporation (NYSE: GD). He will remain as chairman of the company's Commercial Launch Services subsidiary in San Diego, while also operating from an office in the Washington, D.C., area where General Dynamics will move its corporate headquarters next month.
 Chairman and Chief Executive Officer William A. Anders said that Lovelace will oversee and coordinate the company's domestic and international efforts in the commercial launch business.
 "Al will also provide overall guidance for technology development in this highly competitive market," said Anders. "This appointment underscores our commitment to a company leadership role in an increasingly complex world market. At the same time, it acknowledges the critical importance of emerging national space policy issues to our efforts."
 Lovelace, 62, had been corporate vice president and general manager of the company's Space Systems Division since 1985 before taking over the Commercial Launch Services unit last February. He joined General Dynamics in 1981 after having served as deputy administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration since 1976 and acting administrator for his last six months with NASA.
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