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What went right?
Skilled engineers and experienced fabricators working in lockstep are equivalent to the almighty
They got the nuke contract right?
Yes, if you mean the ICBM replacement contract.
The real question is, how did Boeing fuck it up so badly?
Hired Indian. Become India.
Merged with McDonnel Douglas and was taken over by their execs.
M-D gave us the F-15.
ok but they should have never been allowed to even touch commercial/passenger aircraft
Regardless, there's going to be a huge Northrup Grumman/Boeing joint venture established in the next 10 years to build stealth transports/refuelers. No other way it gets done.
They gave us the hellcat car, gun, tank, and plane.
a test pilot from the F-22/F-23 program said something like: "Northrop is an engineering company with some managers, Lockheed is a management company with some engineers"
It's true, NG is pure autism
>t. NG engineer
Nothing grumman has been shit since the 90's
Paying the production floor dudes more than minimum wage
Seriously that’s all it takes to not manufacture millons of pounds of scrap and unreliable shit
Also don’t hire chicks, Hispanics or nigs
I think it’s because they hired people who are actually white with at least average IQ’s.
Doesn’t matter what they pay you, you’re still a fuck up
>production floor dudes
>that’s all it takes
>Also don’t hire chicks
You don't really know who lays hands on the product, do you?
They hired the Motorola engineers General Dynamics laid off.
You know if you want to make the big money and have VHDL/Verilog experience, have worked a lot with physics/matlab, or have solid mechanical engineering experience (+ knowing NX), we could always use another hand around here anon. Always willing to help give people advice on how to get into the defense industry.
honestly the old logo was more kino.
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