Boeing Wins B-1B Contract

By Tish Drake | December 3, 2007
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Boeing won a $45 million U.S. Air Force contract to upgrade the B-1B bomber's avionics software. Boeing said its engineers in Long Beach, Calif., and Oklahoma City produce upgraded B-1B avionics software every 12 months for the nation's fleet of 67 B-1B long-range heavy bombers. "This contract ensures that B-1B users have the latest software improvements, allowing them to exploit the awesome potential of the bomber in its ever-expanding roles," said Greg Burton, Boeing B-1B program director.

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