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Production resumes at Boeing’s Philadelphia sites
Boeing restarted ‘essential’ production at its Ridley Township facilities near Philadelphia on 20 April after being closed since 3 April.
The company has reiterated its commitment to the health and safety of its employees and has taken a number of steps to reduce the risk of infection from coronavirus.
These include the provision of hand sanitizer stations, reinforced social distancing practices and virtual meetings, personal mask use and temperature screening using no-touch thermal scanners.
Production at its commercial manufacturing plant in Puget Sound also recommenced on 16 April after a shutdown period related to the pandemic.
A dependence on foreign-made microelectronics remains a critical vulnerability for the Russian defence sector.
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Welcome to Episode 17 of the third series of The Weekly Defence Podcast. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and more. Sign up to an early email alert ...
The Canadian government is allocating funding for the next five years to overhaul NORAD amid new-generation threats such as low-flying cruise missiles and hypersonic weapons.
The special naval relationship between the UK and US could be jeopardised if the former focuses too much on the Indo-Pacific region by drawing resources away from the strategically important Arabian Gulf.