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Boeing and Northrop Grumman conducted a virtual manned-unmanned teaming demonstration using the MQ-25 Stingray unmanned aerial refueler, E-2D Advanced Hawkeye airborne command-and-control aircraft and the F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter jet. The Office of Naval Research sponsored the demonstration, which used Northrop’s portable E-2D simulator and simulations of Boeing’s MQ-25 and Super Hornet aircraft, Boeing said […] More
The State Department has approved India’s request to purchase a joint common test set for Boeing-made Harpoon missiles, and related support services under a potential $82 million foreign military sales agreement. The proposed sale also includes a Harpoon intermediate level maintenance station; test equipment; documentation; personnel training; equipment spare and repair parts; and technical, engineering […] More
Lockheed Martin‘s Sikorsky subsidiary and Boeing have flight-tested the carrying capacity of a demonstrator for a helicopter designed to transport the U.S. Army’s cargo and personnel. The SB>1 DEFIANT aircraft carried a 5,300-pound Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System training load while flying at the Florida-based Sikorsky Development Flight Center, Lockheed said. SB>1 DEFIANT serves as […] More
Boeing has secured a $58.3 million cost-plus-fixed-fee, undefinitized contract action from the U.S. Navy for Quickstrike Extended Range non-functional glide kits, prototype articles and shipping containers. The contractor will design and produce QS-ER glide kits at its facility in St. Louis, Missouri, and is expected to complete contract work by March 2024, the Department of […] More
The U.S. Air Force has begun using Boeing-made KC-46 Pegasus aircraft to conduct air refueling missions in support of F-35 Lightning II jets, expanding the tanker’s role in the military, Government Executive reported Thursday. Pease Air National Guard Base in New Hampshire deployed KC-46 units to refuel F-35s of Vermont ANG. Col. Nelson Perron, the […] More
Two new Boeing-made solar arrays have been installed by astronauts outside the International Space Station to provide power for the orbiting laboratory. The company said Monday the new arrays generate twice the energy than those produced by the original ones, and feature solar cells built by Spectrolab and a Redwire-developed roll-out structure for enabling movement […] More
Boeing and NASA teams started fueling the company’s CST-100 Starliner crew and service modules in preparation for the spacecraft’s second flight test that is scheduled to launch on July 30 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida aboard the United Launch Alliance-built Atlas V rocket. The Orbital Flight Test-2 mission will allow NASA and […] More
Boeing and the U.S. Navy have completed an air-to-air fuel transfer mission that demonstrated the capability of a company-built unmanned aircraft system to conduct aerial refueling in support of another aircraft, and marked the first time such activity was performed. The demonstration involved the Boeing-owned MQ-25 T1 test asset and a U.S. Navy F/A-18 fighter […] More

A Boeing and Saab partnership completed the first digital splice of the forward and aft sections of a new trainer aircraft the two companies are building for the U.S. Air Force. Saab assembled the T-7A Red Hawk's aft fuselage in Sweden and delivered the hardware to a Boeing facility in St. Louis, where aircraft mechanics completed the joining process in less than 30 minutes, the Chicago-based aerospace and defense company said Thursday.


Redwire has built and supplied a pair of roll-out solar arrays to Boeing for installation on the International Space Station as part of a NASA initiative to modernize the orbiting laboratory's power system. Boeing, the prime contractor for NASA ISS operations, received two of the six iROSAs after the hardware completed the acceptance testing phase, Redwire said Thursday.


Boeing has delivered the final piece of hardware that will complete NASA’s Space Launch System rocket intended to launch Artemis I, an uncrewed mission to the moon with the Orion spacecraft. Aboard the Pegasus barge, the 212-foot-tall rocket core stage arrived at Kennedy Space Center to be stacked with the upper stage, twin rocket boosters, a launch vehicle stage adapter and Orion, the company said Thursday.


Eglin Air Force Base has received an early delivery of the second F-15EX aircraft manufactured by a Boeing-led industry team. The new F-15EX, the intended replacement for the F-15C fighter jet, features a new digital infrastructure, modern payload and updates for boosted range and speed, Boeing said Wednesday.

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