February 2007
Volume 05, Issue 09
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Looking back—and ahead

How did Integrated Defense Systems fare in 2006? What are its opportunities for 2007 and beyond? Jim Albaugh, IDS president and CEO, offers his views. Also in this package of articles: IDS employees explain what it is that excites them about working for Boeing.


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Pairs with a purpose

Mentoring is helping Boeing prepare its current and future leaders—and is part of the company’s efforts to identify, attract, retain and develop top talent in an increasingly competitive labor market.


Commercial Airplanes

787 achievements continue

The 787 program continued its string of milestones. The team recently opened a new facility that simplifies and streamlines the configuration processes for 787 customers by giving them a single place to make all configuration decisions for their Dreamliners. The program also conducted the first virtual rollout of a jetliner. Read these articles, along with others, in this month’s BCA coverage.

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Big year for EaglesKevin Flyn photo

Integrated Defense Systems

Big year for Eagles

2006 was a year of challenges and achievements for the F-15K program. The program rebounded from a tragic crash in June to close the year with 14 scheduled deliveries made to Korea. Read this article and others in this month’s IDS coverage.

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