June 2005 
Volume 04, Issue 2 
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GREAT EXPECTATIONS

In April 2004, the Boeing 787 program began with a launch order. Since then, the 787 team has followed an aggressive schedule, which includes finalizing the exterior look of the 787-8 model and has logged firm orders and commitments for more than 250 airplanes.
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MAIN FEATURE

ENGAGING FINDINGS

What's better than job satisfaction? Research has shown that it's better for companies such as Boeing, its customers and its stakeholders if employees are fully engaged with their work. Here's a look at what it means to be engaged.
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COMMERCIAL AIRPLANES

DECADE OF SUCCESS

Ten years ago this month, the Boeing 777 made its first revenue flight. Since then, the 777 has flown more than 2 million revenue flights and recorded an impressive schedule-reliability rate of 99.3 percent.
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INTEGRATED DEFENSE SYSTEMS

READY FOR THE TEST

With a successful first post-modifications flight on May 21, the KC-767A tanker/transport marked the official start of its flying and aerial refueling certification test program. The flight marked another accomplishment for Boeing and teammates who work on the program.
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KC-767A tanker/transport takes off
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Jim Albaugh participates in a demonstration of the new Virtual Warfare Center=
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INTEGRATED DEFENSE SYSTEMS

ONE VISION, ONE APPROACH

Boeing, working with industry and customers, is poised to deliver network-centric solutions. Here's a look at the work of the Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium, an international industry coalition initiated by Boeing's Carl O'Berry, and insight into network-centric operations from Jim Albaugh, IDS president and CEO.
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CONNEXION BY BOEING

LIVE AT FIVE

Connexion by Boeing began its life as a Boeing service five years ago. In its short history, the organization has reached numerous milestones, including beginning commercial service on airlines last year. Here's a look at where Connexion's been and what could be next.
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ANA's newest Boeing 777-300ER
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Employees perform work simulations as part of the work-hardening process
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NOT JUST A STRETCH

Twisting through small spaces. Lifting heavy equipment. That's part of the daily routine for professional athletes--and for the people who build Boeing products. A new program aims to improve the physical and mental resilience of these "industrial athletes."
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