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- 1. Leonardo Exhibiting Latest Aerospace, Defence, Security and Training Solutions at FIA18
Leonardo’s 7,000 sqm outdoor display area at Farnborough International Airshow 2018 (16-22 July) will include aircraft that are making their first appearance at Farnborough such as the very latest variant of the AW101 helicopter for the Royal Norwegian Air Force and the P-72A maritime patrol aircraft of the Italian Air Force.
- 2. Royal Australian Air Force Retires F-111 Fleet
Royal Australian Air Force Retires F-111 Fleet. Boeing Marks Retirement of Royal Australian Air Force F-111 Fleet. Boeing will bid a fond farewell to the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) F-111 strike fighters that the company has supported for more than 14 years when the fleet is retired today, 3 December 2010. As prime contractor for F-111 through-life support activities since 19
- 3. U.S. Air Force Completes Developmental Flight Test of Talon HATE Airborne Networking System
The U.S. Air Force has demonstrated that multiple aircraft and ground stations can efficiently and securely communicate using the Boeing-developed Talon HATE airborne networking system. During flight testing at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., Talon HATE pods on two F-15C aircraft enabled test pilots to share information through the military’s Link 16, Common Data Link and Wideband Glo
- 4. Boeing Proposes MH-139 as UH-1N “Huey” Replacement Helicopter
Boeing this week unveiled its MH-139 helicopter in the competition to replace the U.S. Air Force’s UH-1N “Huey” fleet, which currently protects intercontinental ballistic missiles and transports U.S. government and security forces. Boeing’s response to the Air Force, revealed at the Air Force Association Air Warfare Symposium, is based on Leonardo Helicopters’ AW139, a modern, non-
- 5. Boeing Selects Triumph Group as Major Supplier for U.S. Air Force T-X
Boeing has selected Triumph Group as a major supplier for its T-X Air Force training jet. If the Air Force awards the contract to Boeing, Triumph’s Aerospace Structures business unit, located in Red Oak, Texas, will supply the wing, vertical tail and horizontal tail structures, with opportunities for additional work, generating 950 direct and indirect jobs.
- 6. Boeing and U.S. Air Force Complete GPS IIF Constellation
Boeing and the U.S. Air Force completed the GPS IIF constellation on Friday, with the launch of the 12th Boeing-built satellite. Following on-orbit tests, GPS IIF-12 will be formally declared operational in approximately one month, making it the 50th GPS satellite Boeing will have delivered on orbit to the Air Force.
- 7. Boeing Assembly of Air Force T-X in St. Louis to Support 1,800 Jobs
Boeing has said that its decision to assemble the T-X Air Force training jet at its St. Louis facility is expected to support approximately 1,800 jobs in the region. Boeing T-X is a training system designed specifically for the Air Force training mission. It will replace the service’s fleet of aging T- 38 aircraft.
- 8. Boeing Retains U.S. Air Force Executive Aircraft Maintenance Role
Boeing will continue maintaining and supporting the U.S. Air Force’s C-32A and C-40BC executive aircraft through a new seven-year, US$319 million contract. The Air Force uses the C-32A and C-40BC, which are based on the Boeing 757 and 737 passenger planes, to transport the vice president, cabinet members and military commanders among others. Boeing has supported the aircraft since
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