Boeing Seeks Answers After Empty Tequila Bottles Found Aboard Future Air Force One
The discovery of empty tequila bottles aboard a future Air Force One has forced manufacturer Boeing to begin an urgent investigation at its San Antonio facility.
The Wall Street Journal reports people familiar with the matter confirmed the finds on one of a pair of 747-8s now in development in Texas. It is unclear where exactly the two miniature bottles were found.
The situation was deemed a personnel matter by a spokesman for Boeing. The WSJ report noted the manufacturer explained it is trying to improve quality operations at the base where alcohol is strictly prohibited.
The overall project is considered by Boeing to be “effectively an airborne seat of government” and is considered to be the “highest national priority” – standing alongside defense programs like ballistic missiles, according to the newspaper.
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That source also confirmed alcohol is not allowed in any Boeing facilities and it was being considered “foreign object debris.” – READ MORE