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Boeing completes first Loyal Wingman fuselage

Khalem Chapman

Boeing Australia recently completed the major structural assembly of its first Airpower Teaming System (ATS) prototype fuselage – marking a major milestone in producing a Loyal Wingman platform.

Khalem Chapman
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More Wedge(tail) for Boeing

Jon Lake

The UK’s purchase of the Boeing E-7A Wedgetail airborne early warning and control aircraft has already caused controversy...

Jon Lake
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F-15EX maintaining combat mass

Jamie Hunter

The US Department of Defense has finally secured funding for an initial batch of F-15EX Advanced Eagles from Boeing...

Jamie Hunter

Boeing Publishes Southeast Asia Prospects

Gordon Smith

While the 2020 Singapore Airshow is unlikely to offer anything close to the blockbuster orders of years gone by, one of the biggest names in the business remains upbeat about the region’s longer-term prospects.

Gordon Smith
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Sleepless in Seattle

Martin Needham

Martin Needham charts the path that led to Boeing’s annus horribilis...

Martin Needham
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Singaporean Super Eagles!

Chen Chuanren

The Boeing F-15SG has quickly risen to become the primary air superiority platform of the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF). Combat Aircraft Journal studies the F-15SG fleet as it marks its first decade of service.

Chen Chuanren

ANALYSIS: First RAF Poseidon arrives in the UK

Khalem Chapman

The Royal Air Force’s (RAF’s) first Boeing P-8A Poseidon MRA1 – serial ZP801 (c/n 64175/7532), named Pride of Moray – has landed on UK soil for the first time.

Khalem Chapman

Boeing Temporarily Suspends MAX Production

Martin Needham

NINE MONTHS after the loss of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302, Boeing confirmed it would “prioritise the delivery of stored aircraft” and “temporarily suspend production” of the 737 MAX from January 1.

Martin Needham

USAF seeks industry input for E-4B replacement

Khalem Chapman

The USAF is looking to industry for support in its programme to replace the Boeing E-4B National Airborne Operations Center (NAOC) platform, also known as the ‘Nightwatch’ or the ‘Doomsday plane'.

Khalem Chapman

Morocco set for AH-64E Apache Guardian acquisition

Khalem Chapman

The US State Department has approved a possible Foreign Military Sale (FMS) of 36 Boeing AH-64E Apache Guardian attack helicopters and associated equipment to Morocco.

Khalem Chapman