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John Batchelor and I welcomed back Doug Messier of Parabolic Arc to discuss Boeing problems last year and moving forward with the new year of 29020. We talked about the CST Starliner, the new Boeing CEO, the loss being reported by the company, mainly from the 737 Max plane, also the new test flight for the 777X, and the abrupt cancellation of the Phantom Express which was the DARPA Experimental Space Plane. Other topics that came up were SLS, possible replacement options for the cancelled Phantom Express, the Boeing loss of vision and a later program additional focus on the Boeing culture resulting from the previous merger of McDonnell Douglas with Boeing back in 1997.
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