List/Grid Tag Archives: Boeing

Denmark Receives Bids From Lockheed, Boeing and Airbus for Fighter Jet Tender

Denmark Receives Bids From Lockheed, Boeing and Airbus for Fighter Jet Tender

Lockheed Martin, Boeing and Airbus are bidding on a tender offer worth an estimated $5.5 billion to provide Denmark’s military with as many as 30 fighter jets, Reuters reported Monday. Teis… Read more »

Boeing, Bombardier Develop Maritime Surveillance Aircraft; Bob Schoeffling Comments

Boeing, Bombardier Develop Maritime Surveillance Aircraft; Bob Schoeffling Comments

Boeing has partnered with Bombardier to develop a new maritime surveillance aircraft that combines Boeing’s P-8 sensors and mission systems and Bombardier’s Challenger 605 flight features, DoD Buzz reported Monday. Kris Osborn reports the… Read more »

Boeing Inks Collaboration Deal With Africa-Based Paramount Group; Chris Chadwick Comments

Boeing Inks Collaboration Deal With Africa-Based Paramount Group; Chris Chadwick Comments

Boeing will collaborate with Africa’s Paramount Group in developing defense and security products for the international market as part of an agreement signed by both companies at the Farnborough Airshow. The companies said Tuesday they… Read more »

Chris Chadwick: Boeing-Saab Team to Design a Bespoke Trainer for Air Force T-X Competition

Chris Chadwick: Boeing-Saab Team to Design a Bespoke Trainer for Air Force T-X Competition

An industry team comprising of Boeing and Saab plans to build a customized military training aircraft in pursuit of the Air Force‘s T-X contract, Defense News reported Sunday. Aaron Mehta… Read more »

ULA Wraps of Design Review of Boeing Spacecraft Launch Pad; Ellen Plese Comments

ULA Wraps of Design Review of Boeing Spacecraft Launch Pad; Ellen Plese Comments

United Launch Alliance has completed the critical design review phase of work to evaluate a launch site in Florida that Boeing’s Crew Space Transportation -100 spacecraft will launch from. The CDR was supported… Read more »

David Johnston: Boeing-Led Team to Help Australia Refresh HF Comm System

David Johnston: Boeing-Led Team to Help Australia Refresh HF Comm System

A team of companies led by Boeing will help the Australian defense department update the military’s high-frequency communications system under a contract worth more than $26 million. Alcatel Lucent and Ebor Computing will… Read more »

Boeing to Develop Satellite for Intelsat; Thierry Guillemin Comments

Boeing to Develop Satellite for Intelsat; Thierry Guillemin Comments

Boeing has received an order from Intelsat for the ninth Epic Next Generation satellite. Boeing develops the 35e EpicNG satellite based on its 702 medium power platform, Boeing said Tuesday. Thierry… Read more »

Boeing, Northrop Answer Air Force’s Call for GPS III Satellite Contractors

Boeing, Northrop Answer Air Force’s Call for GPS III Satellite Contractors

Northrop Grumman and Boeing have sent their responses to a U.S. Air Force notice that seeks a vendor to build the branch’s next set of GPS satellites under a potential $200 million contract, Space News reported… Read more »

Navy Receives Boeing-Built Poseidon Plane Number 14

Navy Receives Boeing-Built Poseidon Plane Number 14

Boeing has delivered a 14th P-A Poseidon airplane to U.S. Navy as the branch seeks to bolster its sea patrolling capabilities, the company said Wednesday. The first Poseidon squadron deployed in Kadena,… Read more »

Miguel Santos: Boeing Eyes South Africa for A&D Business Expansion

Miguel Santos: Boeing Eyes South Africa for A&D Business Expansion

Boeing plans to bolster its footprint in the South African market by investing in areas such as flight training, aircraft parts manufacturing and biofuel production, defenceWeb reported Wednesday. “We want… Read more »

Ryan Hartman: Boeing’s Insitu Subsidiary Adding Weight for ‘Integrator’ UAS Variant

Ryan Hartman: Boeing’s Insitu Subsidiary Adding Weight for ‘Integrator’ UAS Variant

Boeing‘s Insitu subsidiary is building a heavier variant of its Integrator unmanned aerial vehicle platform to accommodate additional payloads and capabilities, Defense News reported Saturday. Aaron Mehta writes the variant will be at 165 pounds, compared… Read more »

Boeing to Compete in South Korea Tanker Competition; Eric John Comments

Boeing to Compete in South Korea Tanker Competition; Eric John Comments

Boeing has formally offered the company’s KC-46 tanker to South Korea as the country prepares to acquire four aircraft for its first tanker squadron. South Korea’s defense acquisition agency received the… Read more »

Rob Smith: Lockheed-Led Team Seeks to Link Military Missile Defense Elements

Rob Smith: Lockheed-Led Team Seeks to Link Military Missile Defense Elements

An industry team led by Lockheed Martin is working to establish a link between battle management systems used by the Missile Defense Agency and U.S. Army. The Missile Defense National Team is developing… Read more »

Brian Ritter: DARPA to Begin ‘X-Plane’ Demonstrator Reviews at End of July

Brian Ritter: DARPA to Begin ‘X-Plane’ Demonstrator Reviews at End of July

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will start evaluating four proposed vertical-takeoff-and-landing aircraft designs by the end of next month, IHS Janes’s 360 reported Wednesday. Gareth Jennings writes that Brian… Read more »

Boeing’s Chris Chadwick Foresees More Teamwork in Defense Industry

Boeing’s Chris Chadwick Foresees More Teamwork in Defense Industry

Chris Chadwick, president and CEO of Boeing‘s defense business, predicts that government spending cuts worldwide will drive more partnerships and consolidations in the defense sector, Defense News reported Wednesday. Aaron… Read more »

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