Despite Boeing’s lackluster performance thus far in building the U.S Air Force’s follow-on to the KC-135 refueler, Pentagon procurement chief Frank Kendall says he still feels the company can deliver on the program as planned. The aerospace giant has had a series of embarrassing foul ups in developing the KC-46, prompting two charges to the company’s books in the last year totaling $1.2 billion in charges to keep the project afloat. Ultimately, Boeing must deliver 18 ...

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