Boeing Chooses Rolls-Royce Engine for MQ-25 Offering

Credit: Boeing
ST. LOUIS—Boeing has chosen Rolls-Royce to make the engine for its MQ-25 offering in the three-way competition to become the U.S. Navy’s Stingray, an unmanned, carrier-based tanker aircraft. Boeing’s MQ-25 Program Director Don “B.D.” Gaddis says its “T-1” flying prototype is as an advantage in its...

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