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September 14, 1993|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Kadish to Direct C-17 Program: The Air Force named Brig. Gen. Ronald Kadish, viewed as a rising star in military management, as program director for the C-17 transport plane being built by McDonnell Douglas Corp. Kadish, now directing Lockheed Corp.'s F-16 jet fighter program, will succeed Brig. Gen. Kenneth Miller at the end of this month. By handing the controversial C-17 program to the 45-year-old Kadish, the Air Force signaled that he is moving up fast through the ranks, observers said. The Long Beach-based program is behind schedule and more than $1 billion over budget, and has been plagued by allegations of mismanagement.

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