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Giambastiani, Edmund 

Admiral (Retired). Edmund P. Giambastiani, Jr., serves as Independent Director of The Boeing Company. Admiral Giambastiani served as Seventh Vice Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff from 2005 to 2007, NATO Supreme Allied Commander Transformation from 2003 to 2005, and Commander, U.S. Joint Forces Command from 2002 to 2005. Admiral Giambastiani is a career U.S. Navy nuclear submarine officer with extensive operational experience, including command at the submarine, squadron and fleet level. His staff experience includes service as Co-Chairman of the Defense Acquisition Board and Chairman of the Joint Requirements Oversight Council. Admiral Giambastiani also serves as the lead director of Monster Worldwide, Inc. and as a member of the board of trustees/advisory board of fifty-one Oppenheimer Funds, designated as the New York Board of the Oppenheimer Funds. He served on the boards of SRA International, Inc. from 2008 to 2010 and QinetiQ Group plc from 2008 to 2011. During his distinguished U.S. military career of over 40 years, Admiral Giambastiani developed extensive strategic, operational and engineering experience that complements Boeing’s high-technology business needs. Admiral Giambastiani has a wealth of experience with program development, program resourcing and other aspects of managing major U.S. armed forces acquisition programs. Each of these skills enables him to provide expert advice to senior management and his fellow directors on a range of technical and operational matters, including in his capacity as a member of the Special Programs Committee. Admiral Giambastiani also has extensive experience as a senior military leader in strategy development and program risk oversight, including particular expertise with respect to cybersecurity, which enhances the Board’s strategic and management oversight resources.

Basic Compensation

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Name Fiscal Year Total

W. James McNerney

28,861,900

Dennis Muilenburg

11,798,400

Gregory Smith

10,579,600

Bertrand-Marc Allen

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Raymond Conner

16,421,300

J. Michael Luttig

7,448,440
As Of  30 Dec 2014
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