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Boeing Co. announced the delivery of its C-130H aerial refueling tanker to the Japanese air self-defense forces at the Gifu prefecture in central Japan. Boeing worked alongside its partners at Kawasaki Heavy Industries and Cobham Mission Systems on
The resolution says that Boeing has built and maintained refueling tankers for the Air Force for 60 years, the tankers will meet Air Force requirements and incorporate new technology, and they are safe and survivable in combat. A Boeing contract
The lumbering, gray aircraft that landed at Boeing Co.'s aviation center in San Antonio Thursday looked no different than others that had landed there before, but it carries the promise of more jobs and increasing plant prosperity, officials said.
Kyrgyzstan's uprising has raised questions about the future of Manas, a U.S. air base in the Central Asian country that is key to the war in nearby Afghanistan. Here are some key facts about the facility. -Russia, the regional powerhouse, views the
Air Force comes as great news to Kansas workers and American taxpayers. A study just released shows that the Boeing KC-767 refueling tanker will create between 62,000 and 70,000 new U.S. jobs over the life of the contract. Kansas engineers and
Boeing the sole bidder Associated Press and Herald Staff The Boeing Co. may face not just one but two potential rivals for a lucrative Air Force tanker contract. As early as Monday, Russia's United Aircraft Corp. will announce its plans to submit a
War," wrote von Clausewitz, "is the continuation of politics by other means." But lately, it seems the reverse is also true: Politics is affecting how nations prepare to wage war. NOC ) called a halt to its bid to build the nation's next aerial
When the Air Force formally requests bids as early as this week for a $35 billion contract for new aerial refueling tankers, it may be the beginning of the end in the nearly decade-long effort to replace the current fleet of Cold War-era planes.