It may be one of the most isolated, loneliest flight-test outposts in the Northern Hemisphere, but that is exactly why Boeing prefers to perform flight-testing at the former Glasgow AFB in the northeast corner of Montana. A few minutes' flying time south of the Canadian border, this Cold War relic once provided first-line defense against a potential Soviet attack from over the North Pole. Having formerly echoed to the sounds of McDonnell F-101 Voodoo fighters and B-52 bombers, the ...

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