Al Haggerty
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Al Haggerty was Vice President and General Manager of Engineering for Boeing Military Aircraft and Missile Systems until March 31st, 2001. Prior to this assignment, he was Vice President of Engineering for Douglas Aircraft Co., the commercial aircraft business unit of McDonnell Douglas.

Haggerty joined McDonnell Douglas in 1981 as Senior Vice President of Operations for McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Company and in 1986 he was named Executive Vice President for Engineering and Operations responsible for the AH-64 Apache attack helicopter, MD-500, MD-900 Explorer, and 25mm and 30mm automatic cannon production for the U.S. Army.

He is a former Naval Officer and Chief Engineer of a U.S. Navy destroyer. He was with Boeing Helicopters for 19 years where he served as Director of Operations for Heavy Lift Helicopters; Director of Operations for the CH-47 Modernization Program; and Director of Commercial Helicopters, responsible for the development and production of the 44-passenger Boeing 234 Chinook commercial helicopter designed for North Sea oil rig support.


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flag Session 1-2: The start of your Lean journey
as author at  MIT 16.660 / 16.853 / ESD.62J Introduction to Lean Six Sigma Methods,
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flag Session 3-3-1: Quality tools and topics 1
as author at  MIT 16.660 / 16.853 / ESD.62J Introduction to Lean Six Sigma Methods,
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