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McDonnell Douglas Military Aircraft Warranty Card

There is a story on the internet about the McDonnell Douglas website and a warranty card for their military aircraft.

According to the story, an employee at McDonnell Douglas put a humor page on their website with a "warranty card".

This was the McDonnell Douglas logo. This logo is shown ONLY to illustrate the logo for purposes of this article. The appearance of this logo in this article does not imply any endorsement or affiliation of any kind between this site or the author and Boeing and its subsidiaries and affiliates.
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This was the premerger logo for Boeing. This logo is shown ONLY to illustrate the logo for purposes of this article. The appearance of this logo in this article does not imply any endorsement or affiliation of any kind between this site or the author and Boeing and its subsidiaries and affiliates.
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This is the postmerger logo for Boeing. This logo is shown ONLY to illustrate the logo for purposes of this article. The appearance of this logo in this article does not imply any endorsement or affiliation of any kind between this site or the author and Boeing and its subsidiaries and affiliates.
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The top 2 logos were the logo  for McDonnell Douglas and Boeing prior to their merger. On 01.Aug.1997, after the completion of the merger, Boeing incorporated concepts from the McDonnell Douglas logo into a new corporate identity for the combined companies. Here is the news release about the new logo. And here is a graphic showing the history of the logos.

Reportedly, the management was not amused and the page was promptly removed. If you know anything about the "personality" of McDonnell Douglas, the "not amused" part is very believable.

There are many web pages across the net showing "versions" of this warranty card. And, I first learned of this legend through one of those ubiquitous emails from a friend.

Rather than just repost the card as it was, I've decided to stretch the envelope a bit. Boeing acquired McDonnell Douglas, so I've made it Boeing. I've changed it to an actual "form" that you can "fill out" online. Finally, although I've kept some of the original "answers" from the card, I've updated it with newer answers as well.

If you fill it out, my site emails me your answers. I don't do anything with them, but it sends them to me. And, if you include your real email address, I email them back to you, just so you can see them. (It is a pretty boring email, so don't get your hopes up for anything exciting.)

Anyway, I hope you enjoy the page as much as I enjoyed making it.

 

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