Silly person. Do you think the military is going to turn over the intimate
and secret details of a weapons system to a civilian company. Further,
Boeing is about as interested in the plane's payload as it is in the brand
of coffee the crew takes aboard in non-certified Thermos bottles.
Surely you don't think the Air Force is worried that the WARRANTY on a B-1
Bomber might get, like, VOIDED, if Boeing detects an unauthorized
I'm sure the Air Force itself has modification protocols, but I was merely
pointing out the absurdity of your statement that Boeing is a perfect
authority on the weapons systems of the planes. It isn't.
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