Boeing To Deliver Final C-17 Cargo Jet To Air Force


Nonetheless, UCLA Anderson Forecast economists expect the state’s economy to continue growing, albeit slowly. California’s unemployment rate, currently at 8.7%, is expected to fall to 8.5% by the end of this year. By the end of 2014, UCLA projects, it will fall to 7.4%, eventually dropping to 6.7% by the end of 2015. Nonfarm payroll growth is expected to be 1.6% by the end of the year, only slightly faster than the U.S.
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“The plane’s mission has evolved a lot further than its initial design,” Steele said. The Air Force stopped ordering C-17s in 2006. Since then, Congress added last-minute appropriations for more planes to keep the plant rolling. Again and again, lawmakers came to the program’s rescue, partly because it supports roughly 30,000 supplier jobs in 44 states. In 2010, lawmakers set aside funding for 10 new planes. That year, then-Defense Secretary Robert M.
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