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o Questi8on about Boeing experienceJF Mezei

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Subject: Questi8on about Boeing experience
From: JF Mezei
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Date: Thu, 19 May 2022 22:32 UTC
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How much experience/institutional knowledge remains at NASA and
ULA/Boeing for manned flights ?

Are there many employees left from Shuttle era?

With SpaceX, the impression I have is that NASA is more of an observer
with SpaceX control centre being in charge.  Is that the same for Boeing
or is manned flight new to Boeing ?

(speaking more in terms of launch/fllight activities and planning for
them as opposed to building hardware).


Or has NASA been able to train new generations of employees based on
Shuittle experience?


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