Delays in program result in $250M charge for Boeing

Boeing's second-quarter results will include a $250 million charge related to delays in its Airborne Early Warning & Control program. Boeing said the system needed additional testing time and expects to deliver the first of two airplanes to Australia in July 2009, four months behind schedule.

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