Boeing says it will cut SLS workforce “due to external factors”

Enlarge / The SLS rocket is seen on its launch pad at Kennedy Space Center in August 2022.Trevor Mahlmann

On Thursday senior Boeing officials leading the Space Launch System program, including David Dutcher and Steve Snell, convened an all-hands meeting for the more than 1,000 employees who work on the rocket.

According to two people familiar with the meeting, the officials announced that there would be a significant number of layoffs and reassignments of people working on the program. They offered a handful of reasons for the cuts, including the fact that timelines for NASA’s Artemis lunar missions that will use

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