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Thornton "T" Arnold Wilson (February 8, 1921 – April 10, 1999) was the Chairman of the Board and chief executive officer of Boeing corporation.
Born February 8, 1921, in Sikeston, Missouri, Wilson earned his B.S. degree in Aeronautical Engineering from Iowa State University in Ames and a M.S. degree from the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. He also attended the MIT Sloan School of Management's Sloan Fellows program, but did not graduate. While attending Iowa State, Wilson was a member of the swim team.
Wilson was awarded the NAS Award in Aeronautical Engineering in 1985 from the National Academy of Sciences. In 1992, he was the recipient of the Tony Jannus Award for his distinguished contributions to commercial aviation.
Following his graduation from Iowa State, Wilson joined Boeing in 1943 and worked on bomber programs, notably the swept-wing B-47 Stratojet and B-52 Stratofortress, and also led the proposal team that won the contract for the Minuteman missile. He became company president in 1968, chief executive officer in 1969, and chairman in 1972. Wilson stepped down as CEO in 1986 at age 65, succeeded by Frank Shrontz, and retired as chairman at the end of 1987. He died at age 78 at his winter home in Palm Springs, California.
The main glass gallery of the Museum of Flight in Seattle, opened in 1987, is named for Wilson.
Set of everything you'll need to load the 6MM-BR rifle. Full set of LE Wilson dies and hand press, those retail for $250 in a set. Then have Redding dies and Redding composite shell case die. $250 for it all. The press is also posted in a .222 Remington LE Wilson set. Which one sells, I'll...
Wilson 22-250 neck resizing die and seater die set with bushing- $100 - Beaverton, PDX or TCGC
For use with Arbor type press (see my other ads).
Seater die, Resize die and bushing. (you may need to change bushing depending on your particular chamber and brass dimensions.
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