Boeing MQ-25

By Steve Trimble
Boeing has displayed a model of an armed variant of the MQ-25 Stingray carrier-based tanker featuring two Lockheed Martin AGM-158C LRASMs.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Steve Trimble
Armor Harris, the newly hired vice president of Aircraft Engineering for San Diego-based Shield AI, wants to lead a new revolution in aircraft design.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Steve Trimble, Brian Everstine
Facing a reduction to its expected budget next year, the military cuts back on near-term aircraft procurement.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Steve Trimble
The integration will allow the Navy to experiment with autonomous capabilities as it continues developing concepts for crewed-uncrewed teaming capabilities.
Missile Defense & Weapons

By Brian Everstine
Boeing has delivered the first MQ-25 Stingray to the U.S. Navy for testing, the company announced Feb. 21.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Steve Trimble
The Boeing MQ-25 will not enter production until after development testing can begin on the first production-representative aircraft.
Multi-Mission Aircraft

By Brian Everstine
Geopolitical tensions create a demand for carrier deployments that is not likely to abate soon.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Brian Everstine
A reporter riding on a Grumman C-2A considers what is in store for future aircraft carrier delivery.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Michael Bruno, Sean Broderick
Boeing’s dual challenges—commercial aircraft supply, and defense and space program execution—continued to haunt the company in the third quarter.
Supply Chain

By Steve Trimble
The first uncrewed aircraft system to operate from an aircraft carrier is two years behind schedule due to design, production and supplier management problems.
Multi-Mission Aircraft

By Brian Everstine
The U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps have agreed to work together on developing collaborative combat aircraft by standardizing multiple system components.
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

By Brian Everstine
Boeing and Aurora Flight Sciences on June 20 announced a joint effort to develop new defensive systems and countermeasures for the KC-46 and future tankers.
Paris Air Show

By Brian Everstine
Boeing Defense and Space CEO Ted Colbert told reporters ahead of the Paris Air Show on June 18 that the second quarter will look like the earnings of the first.
Paris Air Show

By Richard Aboulafia
The companies, services and people dependent on today’s promising new generation of aircraft would do well to heed the lessons of the past.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Steve Trimble
The latest setback means the IOC milestone is now expected nearly two years after the original schedule set at contract award to Boeing in August 2018.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Brian Everstine
The U.S. Navy wants to end the Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton buy at 22, far short of the program of record as it looks to procure other uncrewed systems.
Budget, Policy & Operations