Boeing Introduction

Boeing Introduction - Boeing, the worlds largest Aerospace...

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Boeing, the worlds largest Aerospace Company has been a dominant player in the Aerospace and Defense sector since 1916 when it was founded by Bill Boeing and Naval Officer Conrad Westervelt. They started with one plane and are now the #2 maker of large commercial jets (having recently fallen behind rival Airbus ) and the #2 defense contractor behind Lockheed Martin , in the world. The six main operating systems of Boeing are Commercial Airplanes, Aircraft and Weapon Systems, Network Systems, Support Systems, Launch and Orbital Systems, and Boeing Capital Corporation. The Commercial Airplanes sector of the company handles the National and International flights for cargo and passenger flights. The Aircraft and Weapons, Network Systems, and Support Systems are all part of the Integrated Defense System or (IDS) which combines many parts of IDS such as weapons and aircrafts with intelligence and surveillance systems with some of Boeing’s finest engineers. IDS is a 75,000 employee and over $30 billion sector of Boeing and is there to realize the needs of the would-be
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BSAD 101 taught by Professor Bovee during the Spring '06 term at Vermont.

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