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Boeing to display new technology at AUSA annual meeting and exposition - News

October 18, 2013
WASHINGTON. Boeing is set to showcase new technologies designed to meet the demands of the U.S. Army at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting and Exposition on October 21-23 in Washington, DC.

Boeing delivers Plug and Fight processors to Northrop Grumman for U.S. Army air, missile defenses - News

September 26, 2013
HUNTSVILLE. Boeing recently delivered an excess of 40 Plug and Fight Computer Processing Units (CPUs) to prime contractor Northrop Grumman. The Plug and Fight processors are the main computing assets that link together various U.S. Army weapons and sensor platforms with the Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command Systems (IBCS), a single network with common command and control.

Boeing to introduce new combat support vehicle, aircraft at Modern Day Marine - News

September 20, 2013
QUANTICO. Boeing will showcase several new warfighting equipment at the 2013 Modern Day Marine exposition, including the high-performance tactical vehicle Phantom Badger, and aircraft such as the H-6U Unmanned Little Bird and the MV-22 Osprey.

Boeing completes C-17 Globemaster III contract with US Air Force - News

September 12, 2013
LONG BEACH. Boeing has fulfilled its 20-year contract with the US Air Force to deliver 223 C-17 Globemaster III airlifters. The strategic airlifter is able to fly between continents and deliver airdrop supplies, and has been used to transport troops in wartime and supplies in humanitarian efforts, such as Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and Operation Iraqi Freedom and Hurricane Katrina and the earthquake in Haiti, respectively.

Advanced Super Hornet increases stealth signature, combat radius - News

August 28, 2013
ST. LOUIS. Recent tests of Conformal Fuel Tanks (CFTs), Enclosed Weapons Pod (EWP) retrofits, and other enhancements on an F/A-18 Advanced Super Hornet demonstrated a 50 percent reduction in radar signature and a 130-mile range increase over current Super Hornet variants. Testing occurred over three weeks at Patuxent River, MD, and St. Louis, MO, and was jointly funded by Boeing and Northrop Grumman.

EA-18G targeting and data systems upgrades demonstrated by US Navy, Boeing - News

August 09, 2013
ST. LOUIS. A demonstration by the U.S. Navy displayed the new data network and sensor system upgrades on the Boeing EA-18G Growler aircraft. The demonstration occurred during the July 15 – 19 Navy Fleet Experimentation (FLEX) campaign at Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Maryland, and showed how the new capabilities will improve the ability of aircrews to locate threats.

All-electric satellite from Boeing meets critical design review - News

August 06, 2013
EL SEGUNDO, CA. – The electric-powered 702 Small Platform (702SP) from Boeing passed its critical design review, enabling the new program to place two satellites into assembly, integration, and testing. The 3- to 8-kilowatt satellite started on its 702 product line last spring as a more simple design that could be built more quickly while costing and weighing less than traditional satellites. Its all-electric propulsion reduces the spacecraft’s mass and maximizes its available payload.