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NASA has completed two major reviews that stemmed from Boeing’s flawed commercial crew test flight last December as the agency and company prepare for a second test flight later this year.

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NASA officials admitted that because the agency had worked closely with Boeing for decades, it might not have been paying attention to the company as closely as it should have, while also placing more scrutiny on SpaceX

French firm Safran notified Mexican officials of the start of construction on a plant in Chihuahua that will manufacture interiors for Boeing passenger aircraft

NASA has a Pretty Big Checklist for Boeing to Fix on Starliner - Universe Today @storybywill  @universetoday 

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NASA officials admitted that because the agency had worked closely with Boeing for decades, it might not have been paying attention to the company as closely as it should have, while also placing more scrutiny on SpaceX

American Airlines is warning Boeing that it could cancel some overdue orders for the grounded 737 MAX unless the planemaker helps line up new financing for the jets.

American Airlines Threatens To Cancel Some Boeing 737 Max Orders

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We also had a sneak peak of a new picture, featuring the city of Fairbanks’ name and a Nanook, which will be featured on the Boeing KC-135, the 168th Wing’s primary assigned aircraft.

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As your President, one would think that I would be thrilled with our very strong dollar. I am not! The Fed’s high interest rate level, in comparison to other countries, is keeping the dollar high, making it more difficult for our great manufacturers like Caterpillar, Boeing,.....

Boeing is building a brand new 747 Air Force One for future presidents, but costs are out of control, more than $4 billion. Cancel order!

I am pleased to announce that our very talented Deputy Secretary of Defense, Patrick Shanahan, will assume the title of Acting Secretary of Defense starting January 1, 2019. Patrick has a long list of accomplishments while serving as Deputy, & previously Boeing. He will be great!

NASA, which is making a BIG comeback under the Trump Administration, has just named 9 astronauts for Boeing and Spacex space flights. We have the greatest facilities in the world and we are now letting the private sector pay to use them. Exciting things happening. Space Force!

American capitalism in a nutshell: The same day it was announced that Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg will receive a $62 million golden parachute... ...2800 workers in Boeing's supply chain were laid off. Corporations reward execs even when they screw up, but workers get shafted.

In negotiations for economic crisis relief, some are pushing for a special carve-out just for Boeing & GE. That would be WRONG. Millions are losing jobs; we don’t need bailouts or corporate welfare—those companies should participate in the same liquidity programs as everyone else

....Other aspects of the deal are also great - technology, financial services, 16-20 Billion in Boeing Planes etc., but WOW, the Farmers really hit pay dirt! @ChuckGrassley  @joniernst  @debfisher  @BenSasse  Thank you to all Republicans in Congress for your invaluable help!

What do I know about branding, maybe nothing (but I did become President!), but if I were Boeing, I would FIX the Boeing 737 MAX, add some additional great features, & REBRAND the plane with a new name. No product has suffered like this one. But again, what the hell do I know?

Iran, today. - Fired missiles at US base in Iraq - Threatened to strike locations in Israel and the UAE - Qassem Soleimani buried - boeing'>Ukrainian Boeing 737 with 180 passengers crashes near Tehran - 4.9 magnitude earthquake in country's southwestern region

Why didn't Boeing do it right? Why isn't FB protecting user passwords? Why is Phillip Morris allowed to promote vaping? Why hasn't Wells Fargo reformed itself? Why hasn't Monsanto (now Bayer) recalled its Roundup Weedkiller? Answer: Corporate greed coupled with inept regulators.

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