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Frontiers March 2013 Issue

products for other customers, the business is growing, said Jim Hanley, Spectrolab’s panel operations manager. “We’re counting on big things here,” Hanley said. As Space and Intelligence Systems employees prepare to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Syncom later this year, they are looking forward to future successes. “It’s amazing to see the evolution of the technology and to see what we can offer our customers as their needs evolve,” said Tiana Preston, manager of Payload Integration. Pawel Gwizdala, a supply chain man-agement analyst who joined Boeing last year, said the growth in orders is promising for new employees like him. “We are selling different satellites to PHOTOS: (Right) Spectrolab manufacturing technician Michael Basura displays a solar cell wafer after it received a metal coating. (Insets, from top) At Spectrolab, Veronica Anguiano, left, and Harold Milinkovich review solar array drawings; Enrique Guevarra holds a solar cell; Alicia Valenzuela, wafer manufacturing supervisor, inspects a photomask used in wafer production. BOB FERGUSON/BOEING 24 BOEING FRONTIERS / MARCH 2013


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