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Boeing demonstrated virtually the capability of its manned-unmanned teaming software to perform aerial refueling missions using a digital F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter jet and an MQ-25 Stingray drone. Boeing said Wednesday that a Super Hornet pilot tested the MUM-T software by sending commands to the MQ-25 drone to refuel the fighter jet during a demonstration […] More
Boeing‘s T-7A Red Hawk program completed in February a new software flight control law, one of three milestones that the trainer aircraft development effort has recently achieved. Boeing said Monday that following the flight control law’s development, the T-7A underwent over 10 test flights that saw the aircraft reach high angles of attack. In three […] More
Boeing will assume the capabilities and operations of a St. Louis-based facility that produces critical components for its F/A-18 and F-15 fighter jets after it agreed to buy the site from GKN Aerospace and its parent company Melrose Industries for an undisclosed sum. The Arlington, Virginia-headquartered aerospace and defense contractor said Friday it will also […] More

Dave Calhoun, president and CEO of Boeing, will step down as chief executive of the Arlington, Virginia-based aerospace company at the end of 2024. Boeing announced on Monday a number of board and management changes including Calhoun's, Steve Mollenkopf's election to succeed Larry Kellner as board chair and Stephanie Pope's appointment as president and CEO of the company's commercial airplanes business.

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The U.S. Air Force awarded Boeing's defense, space and security division a contract modification involving the purchase of its 12th communication space vehicle under the Wideband Global Satellite Communication constellation. The changes bring the project's total value to $3 billion, with $439 million obligated to Boeing at the time of the award, the Department of Defense announced Friday.

The Potomac Officers Club's 2024 Space Summit is one day away. Click here to sign up and take part in this gathering of government and industry experts!

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Boeing’s Millennium Space Systems subsidiary announced the completion of a Tactically Responsive Space mission for the U.S. Space Force, called VICTUS NOX, demonstrating a capability for rapid on-orbit response to a national security threat.

Hear government leaders, space experts and industry executives discuss the latest space technologies, commercial investments and urgent issues facing the space domain at the Potomac Officers Club’s 2024 Space Summit on March 5. Register here.

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Lockheed Martin and Boeing have each won $66 million contracts from the U.S. Air Force for the first phase of a program aimed at procuring two satellites to augment the existing narrowband military satellite communications constellation. The contracts involve providing risk reduction and early design activities to minimize uncertainties and risks before progressing to the next phase of the Mobile User Objective System Service Life Extension program.

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A Boeing-led industry team and the Missile Defense Agency have demonstrated the ability of the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense system to intercept an intermediate-range ballistic missile target. During the test, a three-stage GMD interceptor was launched from Vandenberg Space Force Base, California, which deployed an RTX-built Exoatmospheric Kill Vehicle to intercept a threat-representative ballistic missile target air-launched from the Board Ocean Area, Boeing said Monday.

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