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Frontiers November 2015 Issue

48 PHOTO: RICH RAU | BOEING PHOTO: FRED TROILO| BOEING 32 06 LEADERSHIP MESSAGE 08 SNAPSHOT 09 QUOTABLES 10 WHAT WE DO 12 HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 18 LEADERSHIP IN SERVICES  Boeing’s customer service and support business is rapidly evolving and the company considers it a key area to accelerate growth. This package of stories details the varied and expanding customer services and support provided by Boeing. 32 PRECISION PERFORMANCE The small Boeing team in St. Charles, Mo., that builds Joint Direct Attack Munition and Small Diameter Bomb hasn’t missed a beat as production rates have soared to the highest levels in nearly a decade. One of these products rolls off the assembly line roughly every six minutes. 36 DESERT BLOOM The Dubai Airshow this month brings the global aerospace community to the United Arab Emirates. Boeing has a strong, three-decades-long relationship with the UAE, which has transformed into a major aerospace hub. 40 SALUTE TO VETERANS About 22,000 self-declared veterans work for Boeing, bringing to their jobs not only the teamwork and specialized skills they learned in the military but also leadership, discipline and diverse perspectives. Meet some of them in this tribute to Boeing veterans. 48 GETTING THEIR WINGS When a V-22 Osprey leaves the Boeing factory near Philadelphia, the next stop is at partner Bell Helicopter’s plant in Amarillo, Texas. There, the advanced tiltrotor aircraft are readied for delivery to customers following the addition of wings, empennage and rotors. 51 CUSTOMER PROFILE 52 IN FOCUS 54 TRAILBLAZERS 57 MILESTONES TABLE OF CONTENTS 40 PHOTO: BOB FERGUSON | BOEING 02 BOEING FRONTIERS


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