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TEXTRON ANNOUNCES CHANGES IN DIVISION MANAGEMENT

 TEXTRON ANNOUNCES CHANGES IN DIVISION MANAGEMENT
 PROVIDENCE, R.I., Aug. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Textron (NYSE: TXT) has


appointed new division presidents for its Airfoil and Fuel Systems divisions, James F. Hardymon, Textron's president and chief executive officer, announced today.
 William G. Paterson, 63, will head Airfoil Textron, replacing Edward J. Breznyak, 60, president since 1986, who is retiring.
 Paterson has been serving as president of Fuel Systems Textron. He joined the division as a machine operator in 1953 and held various management positions, including plant manager and vice president and general manager before becoming president in 1984.
 He attended Michigan State University and received a business management and production engineering certificate from Detroit College of Applied Science.
 Michael Boston, 40, formerly vice president and controller of Fuel Systems Textron, succeeds Paterson as president of that division.
 He joined Ex-Cell-O Corporation as a senior financial analyst in 1977 and was controller of its Micromatic Operations before becoming division controller of Fuel Systems in 1986. He graduated from Eastern Michigan University in 1973 with a BBA in Accounting.
 Both Airfoil and Fuel Systems are former divisions of Ex-Cell-O Corporation, which was acquired by Textron in 1986.
 Airfoil Textron, based in Lima, Ohio, produces fan blades, compressor blades, vanes, impellers and integrally bladed rotors for commercial and military aircraft turbine engine builders.
 Fuel Systems Textron is headquartered in Zeeland, Mich. It manufactures fuel system components, including main engine fuel injector devices, fuel metering and distribution valves and augmentor fuel injector systems for the major engine manufacturers, the U.S. Government and commercial airlines.
 Textron is a multi-industry company with operations focused in three business sectors -- Aerospace Technology, Commercial Products and Financial Services.
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 /CONTACT: Raymond W. Caine, Jr. of Textron, 401-421-2800/
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