Boeing Defense Stands Up Commercial Derivatives Unit

Credit: KC-46: Boeing
As if in response to recent U.S. Air Force criticism, Boeing is reorganizing the firm’s defense business in a move that could benefit its troubled KC-46 tanker as well as other military derivatives of the company’s commercial aircraft. Testifying about KC-46, a modified 767 tanker, before the House...

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