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On Monday, GovCon Wire announced that Ball Aerospace has separated its civil and operational space business unit into a civil space and technology unit and an operational space unit.
Jim Oschmann has begun serving as vice president and general manager of the civil space unit and Cary Ludtke holds the same titles for the operational space unit.
Oschmann joined Ball in 2004 and is now responsible for programs such as the James Webb Space Telescope, Green Propellant Infusion Mission and Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution.
Prior to his current appointment, Oschmann served as VP and GM for tactical solutions and is succeeded in that role by three-decade aerospace veteran Rob Freedman.
Ludtke, a nearly three-decade company veteran, will continue leading programs such as the Joint Polar Satellite System, Operational Land Imager and programs supporting the U.S. civil weather system.
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