Boeing Defense, Space & Security2006-05-23 20:39:18

Boeing Opens Georgia Facility to Support U.S. Air Force

The Boeing Company [NYSE:BA] today opened a new facility in Warner Robins, Ga., to better support its U.S. Air Force Special Operations Forces (SOF) customer.

The 10,000 square foot, multi-functional facility will support Boeing's work on two current Air Force programs -- Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals (IETMS) and Integrated Weapons Systems Support Program (IWSSP).

"By Boeing bringing its partnership, support and expertise here, we will be able to improve our communications and identify areas for improvement," said John Adams, director, 580th Aircraft Sustainment Group, Warner Robins Air Logistic Center (ALC).

Robins Air Force Base in Georgia is home to the Warner Robins ALC Groups, the 78th Air Base Wing and more than 60 other units that comprise a vital part of the Air Force team.

"By opening this facility, we are showing our commitment to deepening our partnership with the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Forces and providing a way to access the entire Boeing network to lend our expertise where and when our customers need it," said Ken Hill, SOF program manager for Boeing.

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