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Boeing and the U.S. Navy have completed the first maneuver demonstration of a test asset for MQ-25 Stingray unmanned aerial refueling system on a service aircraft carrier. The company said Monday its T1 test asset aboard the USS George H.W. Bush was remotely directed by using a handheld deck control device to taxi and park […] More
Boeing is adopting digital design processes to build the T-7A Red Hawk trainer aircraft at its production facility in St. Louis, Defense News reported Friday. “Everything’s in 3D, everything’s digital,” said Paul Niewald, a vice president at Boeing and T-7 program manager. “It’s an authoritative source of data. So our technical publications, our flight manuals, […] More
Ed Dolanski, former president of U.S. government services at Boeing, has been appointed to the board of directors of Alexandria, Virginia-based aftermarket services provider VSE in a move that takes effect Jan. 1. Dolanski has more than three decades of senior leadership experience and is co-founder of management consulting firm First Watch Group, VSE said […] More
Boeing’s MQ-25 Stingray test asset is completing ground tests at the Naval Station Norfolk Chambers Field in Virginia. The U.S. Navy said the MQ-25 Stingray features unmanned aerial refueling and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities that are expected to enhance and extend the range and operational capacity of the Carrier Air Wing and Carrier Strike Group […] More
Boeing has completed the delivery of Norway’s first of five P-8A Poseidon aircraft developed for long-range anti-submarine warfare and anti-surface warfare missions as well as intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations. The Poseidon will be deployed by the Royal Norwegian Air Force from the Evenes Air Station and will conduct maritime patrols across the Nordic country’s […] More
Boeing has secured a U.S. Navy contract with a maximum value of $64.18 million for non-recurring engineering work needed to enable the integration of external jammer pods into EA-18G Growler aircraft. The cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract provides for services that will support the program life cycle of the Next Generation Jammer Low Band Pod System through […] More
The Federal Communications Commission has authorized Boeing to build and deploy a satellite constellation in non-geostationary orbit to offer communications and broadband services. The company’s future constellation will globally provide connectivity for government, commercial, professional, institutional and residential applications, FCC said Wednesday. The fixed-satellite service system will operate with frequencies and inter-satellite links in parts […] More
Boeing marked the first delivery of its KC-46A tanker to a foreign customer after it sent one aerial refueling plane to the Japanese air force. The shipment comes nearly four years after the Japan Air Self-Defense Force ordered the multi-role tanker through a Foreign Military Sale contract with the U.S. Air Force in December 2017, […] More
Leanne Caret, a Boeing executive and five-time Wash100 Award winner, has been elected to Deere & Company’s board of directors. Currently, Caret serves as an executive vice president at Boeing as well as president and CEO of the company’s defense, space and security business arm, Deere said Monday. John May, chairman and CEO of Deere, welcomed Caret to […] More
Boeing has broken ground on a site in Jacksonville, Florida where the company will stand up a 370,000 square-foot facility for efforts to maintain, repair and overhaul U.S. Navy and Air Force aircraft. The future MRO facility, located within Cecil airport, will house eight hangars, office space and work areas for maintainers, data analysts and […] More
The U.S. Army has selected a team of General Atomics‘ electromagnetics systems business and Boeing to develop and demonstrate a 300 kilowatt-class laser prototype with beam control technology. General Atomics said Monday the partnership will aim to demonstrate the Distributed Gain High Energy Laser Weapon System with a Boeing-made beam director and software designed to […] More
Cubic and Boeing have helped the U.S. Navy in demonstrating the capability of virtual technologies to integrate naval pilots and servicemen into a common synthetic training environment. Cubic said Wednesday the recent Synthetic Inject to Live – Live Virtual Constructive test flights at Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Maryland showed how LVC training could […] More
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