Supply in Demand

Frontiers March 2013 Issue

STARS in a supporting role of life that’s also very important to them. “With so much high-tech responsibility on their shoulders, “Heath’s small-town feel comes in handy,” Clark said. “The hustle and bustle of the big city just isn’t here, no real traffic jams, a lot of rolling hills and countryside.” Added Christopher Devillers, a repair and modification technician, “We’re a very tight group here at Heath ... everyone knows just about everyone else. In fact, some might even be neighbors.” n diane.l.stratman@boeing.com PHOTOS: (Employee portraits, from top) Product repair and modification technicians Earlene Morton; Todd Armentrout, communicating from within a clean room work area; and Dennis Wolfe. BOB FERGUSON/BOEING (Middle row, right) Employees in Heath, Ohio, perform production, repair and spares work on subsystems for Boeing’s E-3 Airborne Warning and Control System aircraft, such as the NATO aircraft shown. BOEING 32 BOEING FRONTIERS / MARCH 2013


Frontiers March 2013 Issue
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