40 Under 40: Young Professional in Aerospace & Defense

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This week’s Aviation Week & Space Technology includes our 40 Under 40 feature: rising stars in the global aerospace and defense industry.

Here's a pdf of the feature: 40 Under Forty.

And, since this is Ares, here are those working specifically in defense:

Matthew Facchine (33), fellow systems architect, Northrop Grumman
 
Onekki Christian (33), principal systems engineer, Raytheon
 
Robert Hammerquist (35), senior engineer, mechanical systems, ITT Exelis
 
Luis Hernandez (37), senior staff engineer, BAE Systems
 
Jeremy Hochstedler (28), senior electrical engineer, Raytheon
 
Puneet Kaura (34), executive director, Samtel Avionics & Defense Systems
 
Darren Moe (34), director of software and algorithms, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems
 
Caryle Prinz (36), first line manager, harpoon and standoff land attack missile-expanded response international programs, Boeing
 
Jonathan Rambeau (39), vice president of F-35 international programs, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
 
Nora Tgavalekos (34), senior manager for technical competency definition and development, engineering, technology and mission assurance. Raytheon
 
Kevin Schoonover (28), director of strategy and business development – missile defense, Alliance Techsystems

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