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Boeing said it's prepared to enter the next Air Force tanker competition with one of two planes.
The St. Louis-based defense unit of Boeing Co. on Monday offered details of its tanker proposals that would be either a KC-767 or a larger, converted 777. The latter would be comparable in size to the modified A330 offered by competitor Northrop Grumman Corp. and European Aeronautic Defence & Space Co.
"Boeing is ready to deliver maximum capability at the lowest cost," Boeing program manager Rick Lemaster said in a prepared news release Monday.
"Boeing is ready to deliver maximum capability at the lowest cost"