Boeing relocating C-130 AMP, B-1 program

  • 10-Aug-2010 05:01 EDT

Boeing is relocating the C-130 Avionics Modernization Program (AMP) and B-1 Program from Long Beach to Oklahoma City. The move will begin with C-130 AMP starting in the first quarter of 2011 and conclude by the end of 2012 with the move of the B-1 Program. Both programs are part of the Maintenance, Modifications & Upgrades division of the Global Services & Support business unit of Boeing Defense, Space & Security. The programs now employ approximately 800 people in Southern California. About 550 positions will be relocated to Oklahoma City. The remaining positions will be reduced from the programs over the next two years as contracts are fulfilled. During the move, some employees will be relocated, while other positions will be posted and hired locally in Oklahoma City.

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