Chinook Block II Will Keep Delco Plant Busy Until 2035 Says Boeing — Boeing Defense has been boasting on Twitter that the latest version of it Chinook H-47 helicopter will keep its plant in Ridley, Pa. busy for the next 15 to 20 years.
Boeing says 542 aircraft will be coming to the plant for upgrades which include new rotor blades, a new drivetrain, an enhanced fuselage and redesigned fuel tanks.
The Block II will replace the F model and carry 2,000 pounds more bringing the maximum load to 22,000 pounds.
The Chinook first flew on Sept. 21, 1961.
Chinook Block II Will Keep Delco Plant Busy Until 2035 Says Boeing
We think that’s worse. The enemy you see is less dangerous than the one you don’t.
The “fact checker” says the UBS Securities didn’t buy Dominion Voting Machines but appears merely to have used the $400 million to acquire a partnership in Staple Street Co., Dominion’s owner. This was a month before the election.
How exactly is that better?
We are not offended by the fact checking. We are offended/angered/frightened, however, that these well-financed media “authorities” are more concerned about this story than the influence the Chinese government has obtained over one of our major voting machine suppliers.