With the delivery of the first EA-18G Growler to the U.S. Navy, Boeing has fulfilled promises in not just aircraft airborne electronic attack capabilities, speed, distance, maneuverability and maintenance ease—but also in execution. Boeing made good on its pledge to deliver all these capabilities on time and within budget.
NASA recently recognized a Boeing team of engineers for their effort to develop an easy-to-use Web-based database system to operate the International Space Station Software Development and Integration Laboratory more efficiently.
Last month, the first P-8A Poseidon test aircraft achieved “factory complete” status and workers unhooked it from the moving assembly line at the Boeing factory in Renton, Wash., factory. The next step: Integrated Defense Systems will complete systems integration and functional checks—and deliver the aircraft to the U.S. Navy customer on time.
The newly formed Weapons Programs organization of Integrated Defense Systems is reinventing itself to better meet warfighter needs and deliver even greater capabilities to U.S. and allied forces. Here's a look at what this transformation means to the customers and teammates of Weapons Programs.