The first Boeing Co . 787 made in South Carolina will roll out of its Charleston facility on April 27. The Charleston, S.C. Post and Courier reports Boeing (NYSE: BA) is planning a big event, with Boeing executives and 6,000 local plant employees being joined at the invitation-only rollout by South Carolina dignitaries and media. This will be the first time Boeing has assembled a commercial airplane outside Washington state since World War II. Boeing's first S.C.-made 787 rolling out April 27 - Puget Sound Business Journal I thought that after the recent dust up with NLRB and both sides of the political debate on this issue that its worth mentioning that the first 787 produced in S.C. is set to roll-out and I add my congrats to all those hard working Boeing employee's that made this happen. Perhaps the best thing when looking back on this issue is to realize that when Americans set their mind to do something we can accomplish it, and often times when Washington gets out of the way even more so, or better yet Washington acts in a manner that helps Americans bring this amazing aircraft to the world its a good thing for all of us.