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General Dynamics - Board of Directors

General Dynamics : 02 May, 2007  (New Product)
The board of directors of General Dynamics today elected two new officers of the corporation. Randy M. Collins has been elected vice president, Financial Planning and Analysis, reporting to Hugh Redd, senior vice president and chief financial officer; and Henry C. Eickelberg has been elected vice president, Human Capital Processes, reporting to Walter M. Oliver, senior vice president, Human Resources and Administration.
Collins, 50, has been staff vice president, Financial Planning and Analysis, since March 2000. Previously, he had been director, Financial Planning, at the company's headquarters since Oct. 1996. Collins joined General Dynamics at its Land Systems business unit in 1983, starting as a program management analyst with the M1 Abrams tank program office, and rising through a series of progressively more responsible positions in the company's program and finance organizations. Collins retired as a major from the U.S. Army Reserve, and has a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Detroit, Detroit, Mich.

Eickelberg, 49, has been staff vice president, Human Capital Processes, since February 2005. Previously, he had been staff vice president, Benefits Programs, since January 1997. Eickelberg joined General Dynamics from the Chicago-based law firm of Jenner & Block, where he was a partner focusing on employment and benefit-related issues. Eickelberg has a bachelor's degree in Personnel Management and Accounting from DePaul University (Chicago, Il.), and has juris doctorate and master of laws degrees from John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
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