Convergence at Boeing

Just in case you weren’t entirely convinced yet that the USA is going to lose its next major war, badly, as well as its ability to manufacture vehicles that fly:

Boeing’s communications chief Niel Golightly has resigned over an article he wrote more than three decades ago arguing women should not serve in combat.

The former U.S. military pilot’s exit leaves Boeing trying to fill the crucial role for the fourth time in less than three years, just as it is battling to shore up its brand after the prolonged safety grounding of its Boeing 737 MAX jetliner.

The Senior Vice President of Communications job has become the industry’s biggest hot seat as Boeing fends off criticism for its handling of the 737 MAX crisis.

‘My article was a 29-year-old Cold War navy pilot’s misguided contribution to a debate that was live at the time,’ Golightly said in a statement included in Boeing’s announcement. ‘My argument was embarrassingly wrong and offensive. The article is not a reflection of who I am; but nonetheless I have decided that in the interest of the company I will step down.’

Good riddance to the cowardly cuck, cowering in fear before the crocodile and begging it to eat him last. But you know he’ll be replaced by some moronic diversity who will be less concerned about failed designs causing planes to crash than advocating even more diversity and vibrancy.