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Hawker Beechcraft Names New Top Guy In Little Rock

Ronald King Appointed VP, General Manager For Completions Center

Hawker Beechcraft Corporation announced Tuesday the appointment of Ronald King as the vice president and general manager of the Little Rock, AR Hawker Completions Center.

King has extensive experience in high-volume production environments, and a solid background in "driving improvements by utilizing participative management, team building, lean manufacturing and continuous improvement tools," according to the planemaker.

King comes to HBC with wide-ranging managerial experience. He worked previously at Eaton Heavy Duty Truck in Shenandoah, IA where he was plant manager. Prior to that, he was operations lead of Fabrications and Repair and Overhaul at Honeywell Aerospace Lighting and Electronics in Urbana, OH.

He has also held senior level positions with Delphi Automotive, Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Engines, General Electric Aircraft Engines and Walbar Engine Components, a division of Goodrich Aerospace in Phoenix, AZ. 

King holds an MBA from Franklin University in Columbus, OH and a bachelor degree in business and management from the University of Phoenix.

FMI: www.hawkerbeechcraft.com

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