$BA United Aerospace Workers Local 1069 President Mike Tolassi said Tuesday it is “business as usual” at the Ridley facility, where workers continue to fabricate the Osprey V-22 vertical-takeoff-and-landing craft and Chinook helicopters under military contracts. Tolassi said morale is still pretty high among his 1,300-or-so union members, even as Gov. Tom Wolf has ordered all “non-life-sustaining” businesses to temporarily shutter and issued “stay-at-home” orders for residents in several counties – including Delco. the Department of Homeland Security has issued guidance that classifies the defense industrial base – including companies like Boeing, its subcontractors and suppliers – as “essential critical infrastructure,” and the governor has granted an exception for Boeing’s production work at the site to continue.