After Protests, U.S. Army Finally Restarts Boeing Emarss Work

After nearly nine months of protests over the selection of Boeing to build a new fleet of intelligence-collecting aircraft, the U.S. Army has revalidated the contactor’s role and begun work on project. The company won the $323 million development contract in late November 2010 over bids from...

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