Tag Archives: Boeing Co.

Boeing to Continue Providing NAVAIR Laser Munition Sensors

Boeing Co. has won a $12.5 million U.S. Navy contract to provide the branch with munition sensors, the company announced Tuesday. The Chicago-based defense and aerospace company will provide 1,116 laser joint direct attack munition sensors to the Naval Air Systems Command. Debbie Rub, vice president and general manager for …

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Boeing to Open Brazil Aerospace Research Facility; Donna Hrinak Comments

Boeing Co. will open a new aerospace research facility in Brazil later this year and collaborate with research-and-development organizations there. The Chicago-based aerospace and defense firm said those organizations encompass the private, public and academic sectors. Donna Hrinak, president of the company’s Brazilian operations, said the center is intended to …

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Boeing to Provide Navy F-18 Test Program Sets

Boeing Co. won a $7,189,237 Navy delivery to produce operational test program sets for fighter jets, the Defense Department announced Friday. The Seattle-based aerospace company will provide the sets for F/A-18E/F aircraft. The company will also support equipment spares for the Australian air force under the foreign military sales program. …

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Boeing Wins Navy F-18 Wing Assembly Work

Boeing has won a potential $30,050,000 Defense Logistics Agency contract to provide F/A-18 aircraft inner wing assemblies, the Defense Department announced Tuesday. The Navy is the using service. Boeing will perform work under the long-term, sole-source contract in St. Louis.  The Navy expects Boeing to complete work by February 2014. …

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US, Five Countries Form Wideband SATCOM Partnership

The U.S. and five countries are forming a partnership to expand wideband global satellite communication capabilities, the U.S. Air Force announced Wednesday. The Air Force said senior defense officials from Canada, Denmark, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand and the U.S. held a steering committee meeting. The agreement calls on the …

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