Boeing Blasts to Victory with Air Force Munitions Contract

Boeing (NYSE: BA) signed a $106 million contract extension with the Air Force to provide 2, 700 Small Diameter Bomb Increment I (SDB I) munitions and approximately 380 BRU-61 carriages.

“Boeing and the U.S. Air Force have worked together to expand SDB I’s mission capability from a long-range standoff weapon into a weapon that also minimizes flight time to target — a capability that is ideal for close air support in today’s ever-changing battlefield, ” said Debbie Rub, Boeing Military Aircraft vice president of Missiles and Unmanned Airborne Systems. “Our team is ready to swiftly put more of these tools into the hands of U.S. warfighters.”

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