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Commercial  Features

Virtual modification: Home edition

September 21, 2020 in Commercial, Technology

In face of COVID-19, Boeing completes first entirely virtual support of a modification

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Keeping Boeing Firefighters safe from COVID-19

June 11, 2020 in Community, Commercial

Boeing protects its first responders during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Boeing to 3D-print face shields, offers Dreamlifter for pandemic response

March 30, 2020 in Commercial

Remote-work techniques developed in recent years are being applied now to keep up Earthbound support for the crew of the International Space Station.

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Vistara and India celebrate first 787-9 Dreamliner delivery

March 09, 2020 in Commercial

Indian carrier Vistara received their first 787-9 Dreamliner. This is their first widebody and the first 787-9 in India.

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How Data Analytics Fuels Smarter Airplane Maintenance

January 23, 2020 in Commercial

The Boeing Optimized Maintenance Program combines advanced data analytics with Boeing engineering and airplane operations expertise to deliver substantial efficiency improvements for Emirates and many other airlines.

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First of Many: 787 Dreamliner Celebrates 10 Years Since First Flight

December 16, 2019 in Commercial

On December 15, 2009 at precisely 10:27 a.m. Pacific on Dec. 15, 2009, the 787-8 Dreamliner took to the skies for the first time and launched a new era of aviation.

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100 reasons to love the 787 Dreamliner in China

November 21, 2019 in Commercial

Juneyao Airlines' sixth 787 delivery is the 100TH Dreamliner for China.

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Defense  Features

B-52 program continues path toward radar modernization

October 22, 2020 in Defense

The preliminary design review is another step forward as the U.S. Air Force works to keep the B-52 relevant for missions until 2050 and beyond.

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GMD team ‘vaults’ ahead, beats delivery target by 8 months

October 14, 2020 in Defense

The Ground-based Midcourse Defense team delivers silos and vaults ahead of delivery schedule to the U.S. Missile Defense Agency.

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Back-to-back: ICBM team gets second perfect rating from Air Force

October 09, 2020 in Defense

The Boeing team at Little Mountain Test Facility recently earned back-to-back perfect performance ratings from Air Force for outstanding facility operations and maintenance work.

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The Future is Now: AEW&C demos Open Mission Systems

October 05, 2020 in Defense, Technology

Initial ground test validates OMS architecture on another Boeing defense aircraft.

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B-1B fleet now equipped with Integrated Battle Station

September 30, 2020 in Defense

An eight-year project to install the Integrated Battle Station on the B-1B Lancer fleet was recently completed ahead of schedule.

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U.S. Air Force debuts 'eSeries' future of development at Air Force Association conference

September 14, 2020 in Defense, Technology

The Air Force’s new digitally engineered eSeries represents the future of how air and space dominance is designed, coded and built. Leading this digital revolution is the T-7A Red Hawk.

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Boeing showcases compact laser in Air Force future battlefield exercise

September 10, 2020 in Defense

Boeing’s Directed Energy team demonstrated the effectiveness of its Compact Laser Weapon System and successfully integrated with the U.S. Air Force’s Advanced Battle Management System.

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Space  Features

Wired for Sucess

October 22, 2020 in Space

Starliner electrician influenced daughters into aerospace field.

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Aim high: Space Launch System design engineer advocates for human spaceflight

October 09, 2020 in Space

Kristine Ramos recognized with Florida State University’s highest alumni honor.

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Counting down: Artemis I SLS core stage passes Green Run Test 6

October 05, 2020 in Space, Technology

This latest Space Launch System test will be followed by two more, fueling and hot-fire, to complete the series.

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An invisible ally against cancer

October 02, 2020 in Space

International Space Station’s microgravity environment offers possible turning point for leukemia research.

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Engine-eering: Artemis I SLS core stage completes Green Run test 5

September 15, 2020 in Space

Test 5 of 8 checks ability to steer moon rocket’s 4 RS-25 engines.

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Four Good: 1st SLS core stage completes Green Run test 4

August 14, 2020 in Space, Technology

Test of main propulsion system components continues Artemis I stage’s progress toward hot-fire.

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U.S. Department of the Air Force-Boeing X-37B team shines in Collier Trophy win

August 13, 2020 in Space

The U.S. Department of the Air Force and Boeing X-37B autonomous spaceplane has received the prestigious Robert J. Collier Trophy for the greatest American achievements in aeronautics and astronautics of 2019.

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Environment  Features

Restoration Rockstar Kathy Beaty says, "Hasta Luego, Monarchs" for another season

October 08, 2019 in Environment, Community

Cooler weather marks the time of year when monarch butterflies also pack their bags and head to Mexico.

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Summer's aflutter!

June 20, 2019 in Environment, Community

Native gardens attract migrating monarchs to Boeing sites.

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Products, people and partnerships advance Boeing’s sustainable future

June 05, 2019 in Our Environment, Environment

From building the most fuel-efficient aircraft on the market to finding a creative second life for excess carbon fiber, innovations, new technologies and worldwide environmental initiatives are driving Boeing’s progress toward a more sustainable future.

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Boeing offers biofuel to customers flying their new commercial jets home

March 08, 2019 in Our Environment, Environment

Option available for Boeing deliveries from Puget Sound, will then expand sustainable aviation fuel opportunity to other Boeing sites.

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Remediation: Environment’s past, present and future

March 08, 2019 in Environment

In successfully planning for a sustainable future, addressing the past is essential. At Boeing, that means implementing remediation activities, cleanup, and restoration of at-risk sites contaminated through past practices.

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Clearing the air: Boeing helps airlines adopt global plan to cut emissions

March 06, 2019 in Environment

How Boeing is supporting the aviation industry’s goal to cap carbon emissions growth by 2020 and cut them to half of what they were in 2005 by 2050.

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Fish, farming and flight: Desert-powered airplane is a worldwide first

January 23, 2019 in Environment

Producing sustainable aviation biofuel on land that can’t be farmed using water we cannot drink.

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Technology  Features

Counting down: Artemis I SLS core stage passes Green Run Test 6

October 05, 2020 in Space, Technology

This latest Space Launch System test will be followed by two more, fueling and hot-fire, to complete the series.

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The Future is Now: AEW&C demos Open Mission Systems

October 05, 2020 in Defense, Technology

Initial ground test validates OMS architecture on another Boeing defense aircraft.

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Suppliers are key to Boeing success

September 22, 2020 in Innovation, Technology

Boeing suppliers know how important safety, quality and integrity are to everyone’s success.

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Virtual modification: Home edition

September 21, 2020 in Commercial, Technology

In face of COVID-19, Boeing completes first entirely virtual support of a modification

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U.S. Air Force debuts 'eSeries' future of development at Air Force Association conference

September 14, 2020 in Defense, Technology

The Air Force’s new digitally engineered eSeries represents the future of how air and space dominance is designed, coded and built. Leading this digital revolution is the T-7A Red Hawk.

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Four Good: 1st SLS core stage completes Green Run test 4

August 14, 2020 in Space, Technology

Test of main propulsion system components continues Artemis I stage’s progress toward hot-fire.

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When PIG(A)s fly

July 27, 2020 in Defense, Technology

Pigs still can’t fly, but it turns out PIGAs – pendulous integrating gyroscopic accelerometers found on systems like the Minuteman ICBM – can. Learn how Boeing taught PIGAs to fly.

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Community  Features

Boeing Future of Flight at Paine Field Reopens October 8

October 07, 2020 in Community

Guests welcomed back to Boeing Future of Flight after months long closure.

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STEM Signing Days go virtual

October 01, 2020 in Community

Close to 600 students participated in STEM Signing Day events at 11 locations across the U.S. so far this year — the most since Boeing began supporting the events in 2017.

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Boeing Provides $700,000 to Assist Families Affected by Wildfires

September 21, 2020 in Community

Boeing announced $700,000 in grants from the Boeing Charitable Trust to help West Coast communities with the ongoing humanitarian and environmental crisis caused by wildfires.

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Meet This Year’s Boeing Scholars at Embry-Riddle

September 17, 2020 in Community

Thirteen outstanding high-school graduates will be heading off to college this fall with a little help from Boeing.

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St. Louis area veteran receives new specially adapted home

September 15, 2020 in Community

On September 12, a day after the 19th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, a soldier who served in Afghanistan received the keys to his new home in Hillsboro, near St. Louis

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Safety Care Packages provided to more than 60 academic partner programs

September 02, 2020 in Our Commitment, Community

Investing in the next generation of manufacturing talent, Boeing maintains partnerships with high schools and community colleges and provides safety kits to promote strong safety practices in the classroom.

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Boeing invests $10.6 million to support racial equity and social justice

August 28, 2020 in Community

Boeing announced $10.6 million in grant funding to 20 nonprofits working to address racial equity and social justice in the United States.

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Innovation  Features

Suppliers are key to Boeing success

September 22, 2020 in Innovation, Technology

Boeing suppliers know how important safety, quality and integrity are to everyone’s success.

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Boeing rolls out first Loyal Wingman unmanned aircraft

May 12, 2020 in Defense, Innovation

The first of three aircraft with the Royal Australian Air Force has global potential given its unique design and ability to help protect and project force. 

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Building the shared airspace of tomorrow

March 20, 2020 in Technology, Innovation

Lightweight, ultra-thin and more aerodynamic wing concept

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Confined in a Capsule

January 02, 2020 in Innovation, Technology

Boeing Engineer Spent 45 days This Past Summer Confined in a Capsule as part of NASA Program.

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A Game-Changing Metal

January 02, 2020 in Innovation, Technology

A metal with the ability to alter its shape and the way that Boeing does wind tunnel testing.

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Forward Flight

October 03, 2019 in Innovation, Technology

The air vehicle has completed over 90 outdoor flight tests this year.

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Watch: Cargo Air Vehicle Completes First Outdoor Flight

May 02, 2019 in Technology, Innovation

Electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicle is designed to carry up to 500 pounds.

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