Boeing Comms Chief Resigns After 1987 Op-Ed Resurfaces

Niel Golightly leaves having only started the role in January.
Credit: Boeing
Niel Golightly resigned on July 2 as Boeing’s chief communications officer after an employee complained about his 1987 article in the Naval Institute’s Proceedings journal that argued against allowing women to serve in combat. The resurfacing of the 33-year-old article came as Boeing seeks to re...

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