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For more than 100 years, Boeing and its customers have created the future of aerospace and defense – from the earliest days of aviation to the highly sophisticated and integrated systems of today. This trusted partnership continues as defense customers once again look to Boeing to help them solve their toughest challenges. Boeing launched the industry’s digital transformation and continues to apply and scale the latest technologies to put new capabilities in the hands of warfighters at the speed of relevance.

From virtualizing and simulating requirements to digitally engineering and fine-tuning designs ahead of build, and using data insights to solve maintenance issues before they arise, customers continue to rely on Boeing to stay ahead of rapidly evolving threats.

Defense  Features

Boeing receives $1.1 billion to extend production on key air and missile defense capability

October 08, 2021 in Defense

Boeing to extend PAC-3 missile seeker production in Huntsville, Alabama, into 2026.


After 60 years, Chinook keeps getting better

September 21, 2021 in Defense, Innovation

Today’s H-47 doesn’t look much different than the 1961 prototype. But it’s what you can’t see that enables its daring missions, jaw-dropping maneuvers and seemingly endless future.


New video: touching moment for Stingray and Hawkeye

August 20, 2021 in Innovation, Defense

Another first for Boeing’s MQ-25 Stingray: refuels a U.S. Navy E-2D command and control aircraft


Four in a row: ICBM team receives fourth straight perfect evaluation rating from the Air Force, leans into digital transformation

August 18, 2021 in Defense

Boeing’s intercontinental ballistic missile test and evaluation team has received its fourth consecutive performance evaluation rating of 100% from the U.S. Air Force – a rating they’ve now maintained for two years running.


Chinook Flies First Flight Critical, 3D-Printed Part on Rotorcraft

August 05, 2021 in Defense, Innovation

The Chinook took a 3D-printed, flight-critical part for a spin during recent test flights — the first time that's been done for a rotorcraft.


T-7A Red Hawk, straight and level

July 29, 2021 in Defense, Innovation

A digital mindset enables quality improvements in challenging times


Every moment counts in the new era of missile defense

July 22, 2021 in Defense

To innovate with the speed necessary to stay one step ahead of these threats, Boeing is investing in next-generation, disruptive technologies across our Missile and Weapon Systems division


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