FAA's top safety official Tom McSweeny will retire from 28 years at the agency and become director for international safety and regulatory affairs at Boeing's Washington offices (DAILY, Aug. 30). McSweeny, now associate administrator for regulation and certification, "has made invaluable contributions in the areas of safety certification and international standards," according to FAA Administrator Jane Garvey. Garvey said that "all of us at the agency will miss him and wish him well in ...

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