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Boeing and NASA conducted a field test to determine the carbon emission rate from using sustainable fuel blends on the 2022 ecoDemonstrator aircraft powered by 26-year-old Rolls-Royce Trent 800 engines. NASA said the study advances a goal similar with Boeing’s to adopt alternative fuels in order to reduce aerospace-related carbon footprint. Researchers compared the amount […] More
The U.S. Navy has declared initial operational capability status for a Boeing-built anti-submarine warfare weapon system that is designed to deploy from the P-8A maritime patrol and reconnaissance aircraft.  Boeing said Tuesday the High Altitude Anti-Submarine Warfare Weapon Capability includes a modular air launch accessory kit that works to transform a MK 54 torpedo into […] More
A venture capital partnership between Boeing and AE Industrial Partners participated in a recent seed funding round for Solestial, which is developing solar panel technology designed to power satellites. The investment marks AEI HorizonX’s maiden outlay in its second venture fund that backs startup companies in the space, mobility, digital enterprise, security, networking and sustainability […] More
Boeing has demonstrated an autonomous smart antenna technology envisioned to help the U.S. Space Force prevent jamming attacks targeting satellite communications systems. During the demonstration, the Protected Tactical Satcom Prototype autonomously mitigated simulated adversarial jamming attempts on a user’s communication and preserved network connectivity, Boeing said Monday. PTS-P is equipped with a processor of the […] More
Boeing’s X-37B spacecraft landed at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center on Saturday following a 908-day on-orbit stint that was its sixth Orbital Test Vehicle mission with the U.S. Space Force. The unmanned reusable spacecraft hosted multiple payloads for the U.S. military and partners including the Naval Research Laboratory’s solar energy project and the U.S. Air Force […] More
The Boeing Company is the world’s largest aerospace manufacturer developing airliners, integrated defense systems, and security and space systems. Recording a 7% growth to reach $62.3 billion in annual revenue as of 2021, the company ranks 60th in the Fortune 500 companies. Here are the top Boeing government contracts for the U.S. federal government in […] More
Boeing’s Aurora Flight Sciences subsidiary has secured another contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to continue supporting a program meant to maintain America’s lead in artificial intelligence. The new contract will cover the development of scalable techniques for adding uncertainty from sensors and environments into machine learning system outputs in support of the […] More
The U.S. Air Force is scheduled to kick off flight experiments with a Boeing-built combat drone, dubbed MQ-28 Ghost Bat, as the service seeks to learn how to operate and integrate unmanned aircraft with its fighter jets, Breaking Defense reported Wednesday. Ghost Bat, also known as the Airpower Teaming System, was designed and developed by […] More
Subsidiaries of Boeing and Firefly Aerospace have received separate task orders to provide systems and services for a U.S. Space Force mission with the goal of demonstrating rapid payload deployment to low Earth orbit. Millennium Space Systems will produce the spacecraft and sensor hardware and ground infrastructure while Firefly Space Transport Services will supply the […] More
Boeing will produce two more CH-47F Block II Chinook aircraft for the U.S. Army under a $63 million fixed-price-incentive contract.  The Block II Chinook helicopters will include enhanced features such as redesigned fuel tank, sustained fuselage and drivetrain improvements, the aerospace company said Monday.  Funding and work locations for Boeing, the sole bidder for the […] More
Boeing has received a four-year, $47.5 million contract from the U.S. Navy to gear up for the low-rate initial production of unmanned MQ-25 Stingray refueling tankers. The service branch will use fiscal 2022 aircraft procurement funds for the advance acquisition contract to cover lot one LRIP production and delivery services, the Department of Defense said […] More
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