President Donald Trump has done more to make aerospace and defense CEOs household names than any other commander in chief in living memory. United Technologies Corp. Chairman/President/CEO Greg Hayes’s visit to Trump Tower in New York last November—to work out the so-called Carrier jobs deal—marked the first of similar treks by other top manufacturers’ leading lights, including —Lockheed Martin’s Marillyn Hewson (see photo) and Boeing’s Dennis ...

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