Jeff Turner, Spirit AeroSystems president and CEO, talks to Spirit employees Monday, June 18, 2012, during a celebration with Boeing executives who came to Wichita  to celebrate Spirit's recovery efforts from the EF3 tornado that tore through the company in April. The celebration was attended by Kent Fisher, Boeing vice president, general manager of Boeing Commercial Airplanes supplier management; Beverly Wyse, Boeing vice president and general manager of the 737 program.
Jeff Turner, Spirit AeroSystems president and CEO, talks to Spirit employees Monday, June 18, 2012, during a celebration with Boeing executives who came to Wichita to celebrate Spirit's recovery efforts from the EF3 tornado that tore through the company in April. The celebration was attended by Kent Fisher, Boeing vice president, general manager of Boeing Commercial Airplanes supplier management; Beverly Wyse, Boeing vice president and general manager of the 737 program. The Wichita Eagle
Jeff Turner, Spirit AeroSystems president and CEO, talks to Spirit employees Monday, June 18, 2012, during a celebration with Boeing executives who came to Wichita to celebrate Spirit's recovery efforts from the EF3 tornado that tore through the company in April. The celebration was attended by Kent Fisher, Boeing vice president, general manager of Boeing Commercial Airplanes supplier management; Beverly Wyse, Boeing vice president and general manager of the 737 program. The Wichita Eagle

Boeing honors Spirit workers for fast rebound after tornado

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