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Re-winged A-10 Thunderbolt deployed to Air Force - News

February 20, 2012
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah. Air Force and Boeing officials unveiled the first of 233 re-winged A-10 Thunderbolt II during an event at Hill Air Force Base. Boeing is under contract with the Air Force to deliver 233 wing sets through 2018.

Block C V-22 Osprey with new radar, cockpit displays, and electronic warfare features delivered to Marines - News

February 15, 2012
PATUXENT RIVER, Md. Marine Corps pilots have received the first Block C V-22 Osprey aircraft with new radar and electronic warfare features from Bell Boeing a joint undertaking between Bell Helicopter-Textron and Boeing.

APY-10 radar adds air-to-air surveillance mode for Indian navy P-8I aircraft - News

February 14, 2012
SINGAPORE. Raytheon engineers deployed delivered its APY-10 surveillance radar to Boeing for the P-8I aircraft Boeing, being designed by Boeing for the Indian navy. It is the first international version of the radar.

F/A-18E/F Distributed Targeting System production kicks off - News

February 06, 2012
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 6, 2012. Boeing engineers have begun producing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet?s new Distributed Targeting System (DTS).

The systems engineering relationship between qualification, Environmental Stress Screening (ESS), and reliability - Story

February 15, 2010
The systems engineering relationship between qualification, ESS, and reliability is often poorly understood. As a consequence, resources are often expended on efforts that degrade inherent hardware reliability and vitiate reliability predictions. James expounds upon this relationship and how proper application enhances inherent reliability and supports credible reliability predictions.

JTRS, FCS, WGS, and DHS: Chances are Boeing Network & Space Systems builds it, talks to it, or helps the mission succeed - Story

May 09, 2008
At last Fall's MILCOM conference in Florida, AFCEA and the IEEE did a fabulous job creating a convergence between government and industry luminaries. One of these high-ranking officials was Boeing's Roger Krone, and I jumped at the chance for an exclusive interview with him on topics ranging from ASAT and missile defense, to network-centric warfare and rad-hard technology. Edited excerpts follow.