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Northrop Grumman resumes work on the Long Range Strike Bomber contract - News

February 17, 2016
WASHINGTON. After a comprehensive review of the Long Range Strike Bomber (LRS-B) contract, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has denied Boeing and Lockheed Martin's protest of Northrop Grumman's win on the contract.

U.S. Navy begins testing on fuel cell energy storage - News

February 09, 2016
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. U.S. Navy officials received Boeing's fuel cell energy storage system and will begin testing to determine its ability to support the energy needs of military and commercial customers.

P-8 maintenance training systems procured by Australian air force - News

February 04, 2016
ST. LOUIS. The Royal Australian air force (RAAF) officials chose Boeing engineers to provide P-8 maintenance training devices for use by P-8A maintenance personnel starting in early 2018.

Boeing gets second crew mission to International Space Station - News

December 29, 2015
HOUSTON. NASA officials ordered its second post-certification mission from Boeing Space Exploration as part of an effort to establish regular crew missions to launch from the United States to the International Space Station (ISS).

Growler aircraft targeting capabilities demonstrated using a tablet - News

December 01, 2015
ST. LOUIS. In a demonstration conducted between the U.S. Navy and Boeing, engineers integrated the mission system of an EA-18G electronic attack aircraft with a targeting processer, data link, and a Window-based tablet to show that it can detect targets over distances and share information.

Industry announcements at Dubai Airshow expands Boeing's presence in Middle East - News

November 13, 2015
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates. At the Dubai Airshow, Boeing made a series of announcements that helped to expand its plans with the Middle East’s aerospace industry.

U.S. Air Force and Boeing complete upgrades to F-22 Raptor simulators - News

October 05, 2015
ST. LOUIS. The U.S. Air Force and Boeing completed all F-22 Raptor Mission Training Centers upgrades with the high-fidelity Constant Resolution Visual System (CRVS). Final installations of the high resolution imagery system into the F-22 simulators were done at Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida.