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Stories

A Soldier's Story

The National Museum of the US Army will open in 2017. The Boeing-sponsored Soldiers Stories Gallery will be a big part of it.

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Air Force Cycling Classic a Family Affair at Boeing

The annual two-day event benefits wounded airmen and their families and also included races for all ages and experience levels.

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Paying tribute one flag at a time

The day after Memorial Day, Boeing brings together hundreds of volunteers from the St. Louis community to help retrieve and bundle flags so they can be used again the following year.

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Military and Veterans – A Special Partnership

The Boeing Wounded Warrior Hiring Program illustrates the company’s longstanding commitment to the men and women of the armed forces. Through mentoring, career counseling and networking, Boeing professionals are helping veterans develop career paths and build professional networks.

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Seattle Mariners – Sponsor of Salute to Armed Forces Game

Another way Boeing shows its support of military personnel and veterans in the Puget Sound region is by sponsoring the Seattle Mariners Salute to Armed Forces Night. This year, Boeing employee and former U.S. Navy commander Dan Limberg represented Boeing by throwing the first ceremonial pitch at the game on April 13.

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Frontiers: A "Booming" Career

"Being a boom operator is one of the most exciting jobs in the Air Force Reserve. Not only have I been able to see the world, but my perspective of the big picture is much clearer as the Air Force carries out various missions." - Nicole Canada

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Generation Y Meets the Greatest Generation

Fifty-one high school students across the country witnessed history in the making after they won essay contests in their home states. The winner of each contest had the chance to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony last week for the National World War II Museum’s new U.S. Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center.

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The US Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center

The latest addition to the National World War II Museum in New Orleans takes visitors back in time to get an appreciation for the weapons that helped win the war, the people who built them, and those who put their lives on the line, as they used those weapons in the name of freedom.

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Every Medal Has a Story

Putting others before one's self is at the heart of the Medal of Honor. Each year, in conjunction with National Medal of Honor Day, the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation celebrates acts of courage and selflessness with the Citizen Service Before Self Honors (CSBSH). At the ceremony, Medal of Honor recipients honor citizens who have done incredible, selfless acts. For the second year, Boeing sponsored the CSBSH event at Arlington National Cemetery near the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

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