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Boeing executives and state political leaders took sledgehammers to a 1960s office block on Wednesday to help clear the way for a factory that will make composite wings for the company’s newest jet, the 777X. The 1.3-million-square-foot composite wing center at the site of Boeing’s massive aircraft assembly operation should cement the company’s growth in Washington state for decades to come, and reflects Boeing’s desire to bring more of its operations under its own roof.

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