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Boeing Q3 Deliveries Slip but Rise Year Over Year

After all the words spilled over late parts deliveries and "gliders" (new airplanes missing their engines) parked on every available square inch of tarmac in both Washington and South Carolina, ...
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Global Demand for Jet Fuel to Jump 27% by 2040

Worldwide demand for jet fuel currently stands at about 7.45 million barrels a day. By 2040 that total will rise by more than 27% to more than 9.5 million barrels ...
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USS Harry S Truman Visits UK: Why It’s Hard to Sink an Aircraft Carrier

The USS Harry S. Truman, one of America's 10 aircraft carriers, visited the United Kingdom's Portsmouth Naval Base. The Navy said the visit was a casual stopover. Some military observers ...
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Boeing Notches Second Big Defense Contract in a Week, Wins T-X Training Jet

The U.S. Air Force announced Thursday that Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) has been awarded a $9.2 billion contract to build the service's next training jet. The so-called T-X will replace ...
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Bezos Rocket Company Wins Engine Supply Contract

Blue Origin, a space-transportation firm owned by Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) founder and CEO Jeff Bezos, has reportedly won a contract to supply engines for a new Vulcan rocket being ...
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6 Stocks Dominate Defense and Aerospace Sector, All Are Strong Buys

Regardless of the economy, the defense of our country remains a top priority, no matter who is in the White House or what party controls Congress. In fact, each year ...
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Defense Stocks Feel Pressure From Proposed Defense Payment Changes

Thursday may have seen a record-breaking high for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and for the S&P 500. Just don't bother telling that to the top defense companies with ...
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SpaceX Plans to Send Man to Moon, but Will He Get There?

SpaceX made the much-anticipated announcement of who will be the first tourist to the moon. Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa will be going, if SpaceX can ever get there. SpaceX already ...
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Musk’s SpaceX Will Send a Man to the Moon

In a tweet, SpaceX, Elon Musk's rocket company, said it would send a person to the moon. And that man or woman will be a private person and not an ...
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Boeing Sued for Stealing Trade Secrets

A 2.5% share price boost in Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) stock is single-handedly keeping the Dow Jones industrials in positive territory for the day. That's not the whole story, though, ...
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Boeing Tanker Contract Boosted by $2.9 Billion

The U.S. Air Force on Monday awarded Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) a contract valued at a total of $2.9 billion for a fourth production lot of 18 additional KC-46A tankers. ...
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Boeing’s Investor Day Charm Offensive Doesn’t Convince Some Analysts

Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) held its investor day meeting on Wednesday and broke with a years-long tradition of webcasting its management Q&A session. As a result, there was little coverage ...
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What Boeing Has to Explain at Wednesday’s Investor Day

For most of 2017, Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) had the best-performing stock among the 30 equities that comprise the Dow Jones industrial average Index. In 2018, the stock made a ...
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Boeing Wins US Navy Contract for Drone Tanker

The U.S. Navy on Thursday awarded a contract to The Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) to design, build and deliver four MQ-25A unmanned air vehicles (drones) that will serve as refueling ...
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Alleged Conspiracy Dogs Pentagon’s $10 Billion War Cloud Contract

In late July, the U.S. Department of Defense began accepting proposals for a contract to provide the Pentagon with a cloud program known as the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI). ...
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