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Boeing Parts and Rules Bent, Whistle-Blowers Say
Jeannine Prewitt knew there was a problem when the holes wouldn't line up. For nearly 40 years, the airframe for the Boeing 737 has been assembled in Wichita, loaded on trains, and hauled to the Pacific Northwest to get its wings, tail and engines. Boeing sold the plant in 2005 to a Canadian......
By Florence Graves and Sara Kehaulani Goo
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