Mike Hawes, a former International Space Station chief engineer for NASA who is director of human spaceflight operations in Lockheed Martin’s Washington office, will take over as the company’s Orion Program vice president and program manager, replacing Cleon Lacefield, who is retiring. The shift will be effective Aug. 1, according to the company. In his new role, Hawes will oversee Lockheed Martin’s prime contract to develop the next NASA human spaceflight vehicle, which is ...
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