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Boeing plans to move space headquarters from Virginia to Florida

Seattle Times Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Boeing will move its space headquarters from Arlington, Virginia, to the Florida Space Coast as it pursues a number of rocket and spacecraft programs, including one that would launch astronauts from American soil for the first time since the space shuttle retired in 2011. In a speech at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and […]
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Boeing says it's moving the headquarters of its space and launch division to Florida.

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