Randy Galloway has been named Deputy Director of Stennis Space Center. He has extensive geographic mobility across NASA, having served at several other centers in key leadership roles. In his previous position, Galloway served as director of the Engineering and Test Directorate at Stennis since 2007, where he has had responsibility for executing the center’s major lines of business in propulsion test management and execution, space technology and applied sciences. He has an extensive background and experience in the propulsion test world.
Galloway succeeds Jerry Cook, who will return to the Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala., where he will serve as the Exploration Systems Development chief engineer and director of Cross-Program Systems Integration.
Galloway’s successor as director of the Stennis Engineering and Test Directorate is John Bailey, who currently serves as the deputy director for the Engineering and Test Directorate.
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