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September 17, 2012

Boeing to present range of flexible solutions at Modern Day Marine

Boeing to present range of flexible solutions at Modern Day Marine

During this year’s Modern Day Marine 2012 exposition, Boeing will highlight products and services that support the Marines’ ability to be agile and effective in any situation.

The Marine Corps League event takes place Sept. 25-27 at U.S. Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

“We look forward to talking with our customer about how Boeing can help enhance the combat power and flexibility of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force,” said Boeing Marine Corps Systems Vice President Dewey Mauldin. “We are building on our established expertise in aircraft and weapons while developing the latest innovations in signal intelligence, network communications and tactical surveillance so we can support traditional and emerging Marine Corps requirements.”

The Boeing exhibits at Booth 2204 and outside will illustrate the enhanced accuracy of the Laser Joint Direct Attack Munition, interoperability of the company’s C4ISR systems, and versatility of its manned and unmanned aircraft. Boeing representatives also will demonstrate the signal tracking and identification capabilities of tactical products from subsidiary Argon ST.

Boeing subsidiary Insitu’s exhibit at Booth 2404A will display the combat-proven NightEagle and other unmanned products and services.




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