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Continuing its aggressive pace of development, Boeing began assembling the forward fuselage of its second Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) concept demonstrator -- the X-32B -- more than two months ahead...
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The Boeing Company today celebrated the 30-year anniversary of the first Boeing 747 to roll out of the factory. Known as the world's first jumbo jet, the 747 is still the world's largest...
Boeing announced today it has formalized a core team of highly qualified suppliers to help it in its bid to win the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program and proceed to engineering and manufacturing...
The U.S. State Department has terminated its suspension of The Boeing Company's export license on the Sea Launch program, effective today, as a result of a civil settlement. This clears the way...
Boeing today announced the first U.S. Air Force E-3 Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft has been retrofitted with a radar system improvement program (RSIP) kit. The Air Force has...
Boeing employees gathered Sept. 30 at the company's assembly factory in Everett, Wash. to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the first Boeing 747 rollout. Known as the world's first jumbo jet,...
Ronald B. Woodard, former president of Boeing Commercial Airplane Group, has decided to retire effective Nov. 1. "On behalf of the people of Boeing, I want to personally express our appreciation...
Project HOPE, in cooperation with The Boeing Company, Air China and the Red Cross Society of China, airlifted urgently needed medicine and supplies to flood victims in China Sept. 28. The Air...
The Norwegian Coastal Artillery has completed four successful firings of the HELLFIRE Shore Defense System off an island in northern Norway. These firings completed the system verification flight...
Air Pacific Airlines, the flag-carrier of Fiji, took delivery of its first Next-Generation 737-700, The Boeing Company announced today. Based in Nadi - a major city on Viti Levu, the largest of...
The Boeing Company today rolled out the first production WAH-64D Apache Longbow multi-mission combat helicopter for the United Kingdom two days ahead of schedule in a ceremony at the company's...
Lufthansa Cargo ordered six Boeing MD-11 trijet freighters, Boeing confirmed today. Lufthansa Cargo is exercising three options from a previous order and placing a firm order for three additional...
University of California, Berkeley, is recognizing Boeing Chairman and CEO Phil Condit for his accomplishments as an engineer and business leader by honoring him with the Distinguished Engineering...
The Boeing Company has successfully tested a turbojet engine to extend the range of the AGM-130 Standoff Weapon System. A U.S. Air Force F-15E Eagle launched the weapon Monday, Sept. 21, from...
The Boeing Company has been selected to perform depot level maintenance on the U.S. Air Force fleet of KC-135 tankers. The KC-135 maintenance is a portion of the Sacramento Air Logistics Center...
Boeing employee Brian Crawford performs final analysis work on MEDS in the cockpit of the Space Shuttle Atlantis at the Boeing Palmdale, Calif., facility.
The 42nd Boeing C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft was delivered to the U.S. Air Force in a short ceremony here today. Col. Ed Stickler, Commander 315th Airlift Wing Reserve, flew the aircraft to...
Boeing employees Robert Moore helps install the framework to house the Multifunction Electronic Display Subsystem (MEDS) in the cockpit of the Space Shuttle Atlantis at the Boeing facility in...
Boeing employees Robert Moore (left) and Lorelee Anderson (right) help install the framework to house the Multifunction Electronic Display Subsystem (MEDS) in the cockpit of the Space Shuttle...