September 2007
Volume 06, Issue 05
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Ready to go

Boeing employees are working to keep U.S. Air Force bombers relevant for today’s warfighters. Their work includes maintaining aircraft and continuing to integrate the latest in battlefield technology.

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Check the tag

A Boeingwide team has been refining and improving the use of high-memory radio frequency identification tags and unique item identifiers. These technologies will help Boeing, its customers and its suppliers operate more efficiently—giving Boeing a competitive edge.

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Commercial Airplanes

3,000 hits and counting

The Boeing site in Everett, Wash., reached a major milestone last month with the delivery of its 3,000th widebody jetliner. Also in this month's coverage: How Boeing is working to ensure customers are ready to operate and service the 787, and what Boeing did to support a Kenya Airways leadership-development center.

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3,000 hits and countingtim stake photo
It was a RIATErik Simonsen photo

Integrated Defense Systems

It was a RIAT

Boeing aircraft played a major role in this year's Royal International Air Tattoo, the world’s largest military air show.

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Preparing for the unthinkable

More than 1,000 U.S. organizations and institutions, including Boeing, are encouraging employees to prepare better for emergencies and disasters at work and home. Here’s what Boeing is doing—and what you should remember—if the unthinkable happens.

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Preparing for the unthinkable