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Boeing has unveiled a new factory in El Segundo, California, where it will produce, integrate and evaluate small satellites for the company’s Millennium Space Systems subsidiary. The Millennium-led production line was established within Boeing’s 1-million-square-foot site for space and communications system-focused activities in the city, the parent company said Wednesday. The factory will have Millennium […] More
Boeing and Space Systems Command have concluded the critical design review of a prototype of a space-based hub intended to provide the military with anti-jam capability for secure satellite communications. The company said Wednesday its Protected Tactical SATCOM Prototype achieved technical maturity based on the CDR ahead of the U.S. Space Force’s plan to launch […] More
Boeing has received a U.S. Navy order worth $55.4 million to build hardware for training South Korean aircrew on the P-8A maritime patrol aircraft. The defense contractor will develop the P-8A training systems that will be delivered to South Korea at its facilities in St. Louis, Missouri, and Tampa, Florida, until July 2025, the Department […] More
Boeing and Rolls-Royce are using digital design techniques to facilitate the integration of new engines and other components into B-52 Stratofortress bombers, Defense News reported. In September, Rolls-Royce won a potential $2.6 billion contract to provide F130 replacement engines for the U.S. Air Force’s fleet of Boeing-built B-52H aircraft to keep the bombers operational into […] More
Boeing is employing 3D printing, rapid prototyping and other advanced techniques in the production of a new satellite for the military’s Wideband Global Satcom system that recently passed a critical design review performed by the U.S. Space Force. WGS-11+ is based on Boeing’s 702X software-defined satellite payload and features more advanced anti-jamming and interference features […] More
Boeing has secured a $103.8 million in foreign military sales funds to manufacture AH-6 light attack helicopters for Thailand. The U.S. Army’s contracting organization issued obligated money from the Thai government through a contract modification to the Chicago-based aerospace and defense company. Work will take place at Boeing’s facility in Mesa, Arizona, and the DOD […] More
Former Deputy Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan has been instated to the board of directors of information technology company Leidos. In his new board role, Shanahan will leverage over 30 years of Boeing leadership experience in addition to his Department of Defense credentials, the Reston, Virginia-based company said Wednesday. Roger Krone, chairman and CEO of Leidos, considers […] More
Leanne Caret, president and CEO of Boeing‘s defense, space and security business and a five-time Wash100 Award winner, said the company is making a “significant” investment in production facilities and capabilities as it waits for a number of defense programs to transition from the development stage to the production phase, Inside Defense reported Thursday. Although […] More
Boeing has conducted several tests at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama to demonstrate the readiness of its fully composite cryogenic fuel tank for use on aerospace vehicles. The company said Wednesday its engineers and their NASA counterparts put the cryogenic liquid-filled composite tank to a stress test, with the storage surviving in pressure […] More
The Bell–Boeing team has finished changing the structure of and updating wiring components within the nacelles of a U.S. Air Force CV-22 Osprey aircraft at the Amarillo Assembly Center in Texas. The CV-22, a special operations variant of V-22, is the first Osprey to receive the Nacelle Improvements Modification, which is aimed at reducing maintenance […] More
SB>1 DEFIANT, a joint demonstration helicopter of Boeing and Lockheed Martin company Sikorsky, has flown for mission profile tests as part of the companies’ bid to build the U.S. Army’s Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft. Boeing said Tuesday the demonstrator for the DEFIANT X weapon system performed low-level flight operations and landing activity in confined areas […] More
The U.S. Navy has indicated its intent to award Boeing a five-year, $527 million contract to update training systems for Super Hornet and Growler aircraft operators and maintenance crew. A notice posted Monday on SAM.gov says the military service is looking to incorporate modern technology into the F/A-18E/F fighter and EA-18G airborne electronic attack aircraft. […] More
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