It's "Mission Accomplished" for United Technologies

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United Technologies has "completed production install F117 engine deliveries for the U.S. Air Force." 

So bragged the headline in this week's news on the maker of engines for Boeing's famous C-17 Globemaster transport. But is completing a mission always a good thing? Not in this case, it isn't. 

Motley Fool contributor Rich Smith explains...


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