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Bruce Melnick, vice president for The Boeing Company at Kennedy Space Center, will chair the 35th Space Congress, the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies recently announced. Melnick, a former...
The U.S. Air Force Phillips Laboratory and Boeing rolled out the first-phase flight test vehicle for the Air Force Space Maneuver Vehicle (SMV) program in ceremonies here today. Boeing and its...
Boeing today announced it has established a scholarship program for Polish students to pursue graduate studies in scientific and technical areas at American colleges or universities. Developed...
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Boeing today announced that it will sponsor Polish researchers who will study under the auspices of the International Institute of Theoretical and Applied Physics (IITAP) at Iowa State University....
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Dave Angel, Claire Elkhouli, Dyane Magliolo and Tom Stegman recently were awarded NASA's Silver Snoopy award by NASA astronaut Leroy Chiao for outstanding performance in support of manned flight....
A recent article in InformationWeek magazine on Boeing's use of Baan software generated numerous media and analyst inquiries. To clarify the situation, Boeing Commercial Airplane Group is...
The U.S. Air Force took delivery of its 33rd C-17 Globemaster III airlifter during a ceremony here today. A crew from the 437th Airlift Wing flew the aircraft to its home base at Charleston Air...
The Kinetic Energy Anti-Satellite (KE-ASAT) Technology Development and Demonstration Experiment team - for the U.S. Army and Rocketdyne, a part of The Boeing Company - successfully hover-tested a...
The Boeing Company has received an Organizational Designated Airworthiness Representative (ODAR) delegation from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to support its MD-17 Type Certification...
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The Boeing Company has linked two companies from the United States and The Netherlands in an effort to help The Netherlands meet increasingly stringent environmental regulations for hazardous...
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