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, April 20, 1999 The Boeing/U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III is not permanently based in this central Georgia community, but when "The Spirit of Middle Georgia" touched down Saturday, the...
The Boeing Sikorsky RAH-66 Comanche flight test team completed a record level of activity during March 1999. During that time, 20 operations were recorded, an average of nearly one per weekday at...
The Boeing launch team at Cape Canaveral Air Station, Fla., is preparing to launch the Orion 3 satellite aboard a Boeing Delta III on April 21, from Space Launch Complex 17. The 69-minute launch...
A new, lightweight composite horizontal stabilizer has successfully completed flight tests on a C-17 aircraft. The new composite tail (the light-colored portion of the tail in this photo, taken...
The first composite horizontal stabilizer for the U.S. Air Force/Boeing C-17 Globemaster III has successfully completed flight tests at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. The new tail, built by...
A technology used in laptop computers and flat screen television sets will find its way into the cockpit of the MV-22 Osprey later this year, resulting in substantial savings to the program,...
Boeing Commercial Airplanes Group President Alan Mulally gives the "thumbs up" sign after a successful flight test to demonstrate Year 2000 (Y2K) readiness. Mulally was on board a Next-Generation...
A new motion- based operational flight trainer for the first cadre of U.S. Marine and Air Force V-22 instructor pilots was delivered by Raytheon three months ahead of schedule to the U.S. Marine...
Boeing has successfully completed Year 2000 (Y2K) flight demonstrations of its commercial airplanes, reconfirming earlier laboratory and simulation studies that showed there are no safety of...
The first Boeing MD-10 takes off from Long Beach Municipal Airport on its inaugural flight. "MD-10" is the designation given to modified DC-10s that incorporate the Boeing Advanced Common Flight...
The first Boeing MD-10 Freighter took off on its inaugural flight from Long Beach Municipal Airport at 12:55 p.m. local time on Saturday, April 10, and landed 4 hours and 25 minutes later at...
A spacecraft that will be used by scientists to study changes here on Earth was carried into orbit today to become the 198th NASA mission aboard a Boeing [NYSE: BA] Delta rocket. A Delta II lifted...
Boeing Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Phil Condit spoke to members of the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition in Chicago today, telling them Boeing is changing and it wants its suppliers to change with...
The Boeing Company announced today that it has awarded two $200 million contracts to two firms to manage part of its benefit trusts assets. Boeing also has increased funding to an existing money...
Boeing has successfully completed the second in a series of Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) avionics demonstrations for the U.S. government. The demonstrations are an important factor toward reducing...
The Boeing Company today was named the Green Lights® Partner of the Year by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The honor was given in recognition of the company's installation of...
The Super Hornet is shown demonstrating its aerial refuel capability by refueling an S-3 Viking.
The Boeing Company has developed a new analytic tool to help airlines reduce safety risks. PEAT - which stands for "Procedural Event Analysis Tool" - is used to analyze situations in which crew...
A major milestone was reached today for the U.S. Air Force's revolutionary Airborne Laser (ABL) program when its primary optical mirror was delivered to Contraves Brashear Systems, L.P. in Pittsburgh.
The first of six Boeing Next-Generation 737-600 airplanes destined for TunisAir moves to its final assembly position at the Boeing facility in Renton, Wash. The flag carrier of Tunisia is...
Boeing today announced it has moved up the release date of its quarterly financial results by one week. "Consistent with the emphasis on increased velocity, urgency and intensity in everything at...
Scientists studying changes in the global environment will be aided by the latest in a series of NASA Earth-imaging satellites carried into orbit aboard a Boeing [NYSE: BA] Delta II rocket....
The Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency (DARPA) and the U.S. Air Force have selected The Boeing Company to continue into the second phase of the Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV) Advanced...
Resembling a sea creature rising to the water's surface, the first 767-400ER in its tooling receives a "crown section." Mechanics are now fastening the large panels to complete the airframe...
Boeing mechanics today began driving rivets joining the 767-400ER (extended range) airframe sections forward of the wing. The two airframe segments lined up precisely - the flight deck cab built...