October 2005 
Volume 04, Issue 6 

"The smallest and most rural district in Snohomish County (Wash.) is annually touched in a wonderful way by one of the largest companies in the world."

—Martin Boyle, Superintendent/Principal, Index (Wash.) School District #63, in a Sept. 17 Everett (Wash.) Herald letter to the editor. Boyle was referring to Boeing employees providing backpacks and school supplies for students who might normally not have the resources to acquire such things to begin the school year.

"Boeing did a fantastic job. They have pushed the envelope of technology and incorporated it into this new airplane."

—Dennis Dolan, president of the International Federation of Air Line Pilots Association, on the recently unveiled 787 Dreamliner's flight deck, in the Sept. 7 Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

The International Space Station "has performed superbly as a laboratory for important science research with many potential health-care-related benefits, including disease prevention and treatment, as well as diagnostic systems to serve rural communities and our armed forces."

— John Elbon, Boeing vice president and program manager, International Space Station, in an Aug. 24 New York Times letter to the editor

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