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STEPHEN S. OSDER NAMED McDONNELL DOUGLAS FELLOW

 STEPHEN S. OSDER NAMED McDONNELL DOUGLAS FELLOW
 ST. LOUIS, Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Stephen S. Osder of Paradise


Valley, Ariz., has been named a McDonnell Douglas Fellow for his development of guidance navigation systems for commercial and combat helicopters.
 Osder, who has been with McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Co. since 1985, has made a number of contributions to the development of automatic flight control systems, digital avionics systems and radio and inertial sensors.
 The fellow program is a series of special technical positions reserved for McDonnell Douglas engineers and scientists whose research have meaningfully advanced their area of expertise and the company's products. Each fellow also receives a silver medallion and cash award.
 This year eight McDonnell Douglas researchers were promoted to fellow, bringing the number of active Fellows at the corporation to 42.
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 /CONTACT: Barbara Anderson of McDonnell Douglas Corp., 314-233-2865/
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