Boeing has announced that they are seeking $10M in damages from Able Aerospace Adhesives and AlfaKleen Chemical Labs over the 2015 incident that
damaged the first KC-46 and delayed first flight. According to Boeing, the chemicals were labeled as compliant with milspec MIL-PRF-680 Type III,when
Boeing ran the chemical through the fueling system, where it began to corrode everything it was put through. Boeing was required to strip replacement
parts off other nearly completed aircraft, to repair the prototype so it could fly.
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