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    Boeing Phantom Works is building the future ? creating innovative solutions that will define the next generation of aerospace and defense. We lead the company's modeling and simulation efforts so our customers can analyze future needs and technology gaps in a measurable environment.

    By taking bold risks and leveraging expertise from across Boeing and our partners, Boeing Phantom Works offers disruptive solutions and advanced technologies that matter to our customers and the world.

    While Boeing Phantom Works conjures intrigue with its “black” projects and products, our team works on much more than just proprietary and classified programs. We view “it can’t be done” as a challenge. Building on our legacy of producing revolutionary products like the Bird of Prey, X-45A, X-37, X-51A Waverider, Phantom Ray, Phantom Eye, and more recently T-X and MQ-25, Boeing Phantom Works sees a better, brighter future, designs it, and brings it to life.

    Boeing Phantom Works is pushing the boundaries of what can be, to what will be, and investing in the right technology today. We are rapidly connecting the present and the future – one innovative idea at a time.

     

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      All about that tank

      All about that tank

      November 14, 2018 in Space

      Composite tank fabrication signals next step to completing Phantom Express

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      It’s Official: Boeing Wins T-X!

      It’s Official: Boeing Wins T-X!

      September 27, 2018 in Defense

      U.S. Air Force selects Boeing T-X as its new advanced pilot training aircraft.

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      Boeing Completes Acquisition of Millennium Space Systems

      Boeing Completes Acquisition of Millennium Space Systems

      September 25, 2018 in News

      Combined capabilities will provide customers with advanced small-satellite technologies and flexible solutions

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      U.S. Navy Awards Boeing $805 million MQ-25 Contract

      U.S. Navy Awards Boeing $805 million MQ-25 Contract

      August 30, 2018 in News

      Boeing will provide the carrier-based unmanned aerial refuelers to extend the range of deployed fighters

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      Boeing Shares Sneak Peek of Aerial Refueler for MQ-25 Competition

      Boeing Shares Sneak Peek of Aerial Refueler for MQ-25 Competition

      December 19, 2017 in News

      Unmanned refueling aircraft is completing engine runs, testing

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      Second T-X Takes Flight

      Second T-X Takes Flight

      April 25, 2017 in Defense

      The second Boeing T-X completes its first flight in St. Louis

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      Boeing T-X Takes Off

      Boeing T-X Takes Off

      December 21, 2016 in Defense

      The first production-ready T-X completes its first flight

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      Boeing T-X Sees the Light

      Boeing T-X Sees the Light

      September 13, 2016 in Defense

      Not one, but two aircraft unveiled in St. Louis

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