COLORADO SPRINGS — Boeing’s space business is in a “relatively healthy position” despite a flattening of the military space budget, says Roger Krone, president of Boeing Network and Space Systems. This is partly due to the company’s strong commercial business. The space sector has the luxury of balancing fluctuations between its military and commercial customers much as Boeing corporate does with its aircraft business. “For us, the level of activity is higher than we have seen it ...
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