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McDONNELL DOUGLAS NAMES R.G. SCHLUTER, VP & GM OF ITS SPACE STATION OPERATIONS

 HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., Oct. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- R. Gale Schluter has been appointed to the position of vice president and general manager of McDonnell Douglas' space station activities.
 In his new assignment Schluter will be responsible for management of all activities included in McDonnell Douglas' contract for design and development of NASA's space station. Prior to his new assignment, Schluter served for 18 months as vice president and deputy general manager for these activities.
 His career at McDonnell Douglas spans 25 years, beginning in 1968 with the design and management of an advanced interactive computing system. From 1970 to 1985 Schluter was active in computer systems and software design and development for several ballistic missile defense programs.
 Following this, he was appointed chief engineer, software for McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Co.'s West Coast operations, and in 1988 was promoted to vice president and general manager of the Advanced Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence Division at McDonnell Douglas Electronic Systems Co.
 Schluter earned a bachelor of science degree in mathematics from Oregon State University in 1962.
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 /CONTACT: Anne McCauley or Evelyn Smith of McDonnell Douglas Aerospace, 714-896-6211 or 714-896-1700/
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