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Boeing unmanned aircraft have a busy year

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The past year has been a busy one for Boeing unmanned aircraft. Boeing received a contract to build two A160T Hummingbirds for the U.S. Marines. Boeing subsidiary Insitu Inc. received a U.S. Navy contract to develop its Integrator for the Small Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System program. Phantom Ray, a Boeing-funded prototype, successfully completed its first two flights at Edwards Air Force Base in California. The high-altitude, long-endurance Phantom Eye, another Boeing-funded prototype, was unveiled in St. Louis. Boeing expects more accomplishments with these and other unmanned aircraft in the coming year.