AAR Taps Terry Stinson To Lead Structures And Systems Segment
AAR CORP. (NYSE: AIR) announced today that aerospace industry veteran Terry Stinson has been named group vice president responsible for the Company’s Structures and Systems segment. The appointment includes responsibility for AAR’s Cargo Systems, Composites and Mobility Systems operating units with emphasis on capitalizing on the robust build cycles in commercial and defense markets.
“Terry is a recognized aerospace industry leader, and we welcome him to AAR during an exciting time of transformation and growth,” said Timothy Romenesko President and Chief Operating Officer. “Terry’s reputation, extensive experience and strategic vision will serve AAR well as we capitalize on opportunities to grow our structures and systems business.”
Stinson most recently served as president of Commercial Operations for Thomas Group, an operational consulting firm, and chairman and CEO of Xelus Inc. He joined Textron Inc., in 1991, first as group vice president and segment president of its Aerospace Systems and Components group, and later as chairman and chief executive officer of Bell Helicopter Textron Inc.
He previously held leadership positions with United Technologies Corporation (UTC), including president and chief executive officer of Hamilton Standard, a UTC division.
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