Aerospace & Defense

Thought the sector that has lagged over the past year, Jefferies favors these five top aerospace and defense stocks going into the second quarter and for the rest of the year. Boeing's 737-Max planes...
Southwest Airlines has ordered 100 Boeing 737 Max airplanes along with options on another 155. This cements the airline's half-century relationship with Boeing.
Some 1.3 million people on active duty in the U.S. military, and the number of personnel varies by state.
The U.S. military is relatively small now by past standards, with about 1.3 million people on active duty.
Analysts at Canaccord Genuity remain generally bullish on the defense sector despite a likely flattening and eventual decline in the military budget.
Boeing announced Friday that it has reached an agreement with a private investment firm for 24 Boeing 737-8 (Max 8) commercial jets along with purchase rights for 60 more planes. At list prices, the...
The United States operates more than 500 military bases on foreign sites. Thule Air Base, Greenland, is the largest of those overseas.
GE is reportedly talking to aircraft leasing competitor AerCap about a sale or merger of GE's aircraft leasing business in a deal that could be worth more than $30 billion.
Analysts at Canaccord Genuity raised their rating and price target on Boeing, citing three main factors.
White Sands Missile Range is the number one military base in America. It is based in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Only 12 people have left footprints on the lunar surface. The last person to walk on the moon did so in 1972.
Boeing posted a record-breaking net loss in 2020, capped off by a $6.5 billion charge against its 777X program. There was some good news as well, but not enough to placate investors.
The United States has announced new tariffs on airplane parts imported into the country to be assembled at the Airbus facility in Alabama. Some wines and other beverages also will see higher tariffs.
RBC Capital analyst has raised his price target on Boeing stock to more than $300. Here's why.
The U.S. Commerce Department put out a list of Chinese and Russian companies with “military end users” for purposes of the “military end user” control. They are considered...