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Phantom Eye

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Boeing's hydrogen-powered unmanned airborne system Phantom Eye will take to the skies for its first flight later this summer as the first Boeing program to sport the new Phantom Works livery.

New I.D. issued for Boeing's Phantom Works

Phantom Eye

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The new livery represents Phantom Works, its employees and the unlimited possibilities of things to come for the organization in the future, while visually tying together all Phantom Works programs and increasing awareness of the organization.

When Boeing’s hydrogen-powered unmanned airborne system (UAS) Phantom Eye takes to the skies for its first flight later this summer, it will be the first Boeing program to sport the new livery that represents Phantom Works, its employees and the unlimited possibilities of things to come for the organization in the future.

Phantom Works President Darryl Davis said the new identity “will help visually tie together all of our Phantom Works programs and immediately signal to our customers and the outside world that they’re seeing another innovative product from Boeing Phantom Works,” increasing awareness of the organization, as well as the value and innovative spirit of the Boeing brand itself.

To see full photos of Phantom Eye before it received the livery, check out coverage from when the UAS was unveiled in St. Louis.

Phantom Eye

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Phantom Works President Darryl Davis says the new livery will "immediately signal to our customers and the outside world that they're seeing another innovative product from Boeing Phantom Works."