Walter Moguel is typical in that he's not a stereotypical engineer. He doesn't fit the image of writing code in a cubicle all day, and he needs the fire created by change and risk. With just a little less than a decade under his belt as an engineer for Boeing Satellite Systems (formerly Hughes), Moguel said the risk-taking part was something he had to learn when he joined the former Hughes organization. ``When you're a new engineer, you sometimes think you need to wait until you're ...

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