03 04 LETTER FROM THE CEO TABLE OF CONTENTS Together, we are the founders of our future. Each of us has the potential to build on Boeing’s legacy and make a positive, lasting impact on our second century, writes Dennis Muilenburg, chairman, president and CEO. 18 FAR OUT Vacations to Earth, airplanes designed on 3-D printers the size of a factory and hypersonic air travel—just some of the futuristic visions shared by Boeing Senior Technical Fellows for the company’s next 100 years. 86 LIGHTS, CAMERA, BOEING Whether it was Norma Jeane Dougherty, the future Marilyn Monroe, posing for a 1945 photo shoot in a Douglas DC-6, or Harrison Ford on Air Force One as the U.S. president, Hollywood, Boeing and its heritage companies have continually crossed storylines. 08 HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BOEING Luminaries from various endeavors wish Boeing a happy 100th birthday, including a Doolittle Raider and a Tuskegee Airman from World War II, a Russian cosmonaut, and the last man to walk on the surface of the moon. 28 WE MAKE BOEING Regardless of where they work or what they do, employees are the bedrock of the company. This photo essay highlights the work they do across Boeing and across the globe that enables the company to continue to do amazing things. 94 LEAPS OF IMAGINATION John Tracy, Boeing’s chief technology officer, looks ahead at the next 100 years, and the critical importance that innovation will play for Boeing to do great things that may change the world, just as it did during the first 100 years.
Frontiers July 2016 Issue
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