"Boeing's goal is to provide warfighters with the most effective systems and services to complete their missions efficiently and safely," said Frank Hull, Boeing National Security and Space vice president of Business Development.
"AUSA provides Boeing one of the best opportunities to engage with our customers and demonstrate the value of our products and services."
Highlighted will be airlift and attack/reconnaissance platforms, its work on U.S. Army modernization initiatives, unmanned systems and logistics support services. The A160T Hummingbird, AH-64D Apache, CH-47 Chinook, V-22 Osprey, ScanEagle, Integrator and Phantom Eye will be featured in interactive displays and can also be viewed in an outdoor display, the company said.
"The outdoor display area at Winter AUSA provides the ideal setting for the Army customer to examine, interact with and engage our products up close," said Jamey Moran, vice president of Army Systems, Boeing Government Operations.
The symposium and exhibition begins Wednesday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
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