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  • Nextrush Unplugged Weekend: Nuclear War A Real Issue Not Dicussed?, You Tube Suspension If Kari Kake Says "Disband The FBI", My Undies Don't Hit Floor For DeSantis, Boeing Gets Jeffrey Epstein Treatment, 38 Percent More For Electricity

    01/29/2023 2:19:50 AM PST · by Nextrush · 14 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 1/28/2023 | Nextrush/Self
    "I hope I am wrong. My gut tells me we will fight in 2025" Memo of US Air Force General Mike Minihan Released On Social Media And Confirmed By The Pentagon On Friday... US Secretary of State Antony Blinken set to go to Beijing for talks with China next weekend... Trying to separate the Real Issues from the Fake Issues the Gaslighting frm the Fakeservative sources and Fakegressive ones as well... Russia is getting the same treatment Japan got in 1940 and 1941 folks and will they respond at some to this the folks in the "Deep State" know what...
  • What Is Really Going On: Big Aerospace, Defense Giant Boeing Gets The Kind Of Deal From Federal Prosecutors Jeffrey Epstein Got In 2008

    01/27/2023 12:59:58 AM PST · by Nextrush · 5 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 1/27/2023 | Nextrush/Self
    "In an unusual proceeding for a corporation accused of a crime, Boeing officials were arraigned Thursday in a federal courtroom in Fort Worth for the company's actions leading to two plane crashed in Indonesia and Ethiopia in 2018 and 2019 that killed 346 passengers and crew. Boeing was charged with conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government for allegedly skirting safety rules when introducing its 737 MAX jets. The arraignment before US District Judge Reed O'Connor took place two years after the company entered into a deferred prosecution agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice..." Texas Tribune Story 1/26/2023 When folks...
  • News Summary-Intelligence Report Thursday 1/26/2023 Boeing Charged With One Count In Deferred Prosecution Deal Over 737 MAX, More Russian Strikes In Ukraine Slow Rail Traffic, Censoring Judge In Brazil Fines Telegram

    01/26/2023 8:52:46 PM PST · by Nextrush · 2 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 1/26/2023 | Nextrush/Self
    In Israel a rocket barrage coming in the south early Friday morning from Gaza... In the Russia-Ukraine conflict a Russian official disputing the accuracy of an International Atomic Energy Agency report that there were "powerful blasts" near the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant... Violence and mayhem in Haiti today with six police officers killed an armed men swarming around the international airport... An arraignment in a federal courtroom in Fort Worth, Texas today for Boeing. Under a deferred prosecution agreement the military industrial giant facing one charge of fraud for the company's actions leading to deadly plane crashes in Indonesia and...
  • End of an era as the last 747 rolls off the production line

    12/08/2022 7:26:20 AM PST · by Salman · 26 replies
    The Register (UK) ^ | 8 Dec 2022 | Brandon Vigliarolo
    An aviation era has come to an end as Boeing's last 747 has taxied out of the Everett, Washington factory, punctuating the jumbo jet's 54-year production run. The final craft, a 747-8 freighter, will be delivered to airplane-cargo biz Atlas Air after final tests in early 2023, Boeing revealed. While the 1,574th 747 will be the last one assembled, the familiar bulbous silhouette is hardly going to disappear from the skies overnight, according to Boeing VP and GM for the 747 and 767 programs, Kim Smith. "We are proud that this plane will continue to fly across the globe for...
  • End Of An Era: Boeing's Final 747 To Roll Off The Production Line Today

    12/07/2022 6:14:01 PM PST · by DUMBGRUNT · 48 replies
    Simple Flying ^ | 6 Dec 2022 | CHARLOTTE SEET
    After more than five decades, aircraft manufacturer Boeing hit a bitter-sweet milestone on the evening of December 6th as the last Boeing 747 rolled out of its production line at Paine Field in Everett, Washington. The 1574th Boeing 747 will go through test flights before being delivered to Atlas Air early next January. Having been in production since September 1968, the Boeing 747, often dubbed the 'Jumbo Jet' or the 'Queen of the Skies,' was designed by engineer Joe Sutter. With the ability to carry up to 524 passengers, the semi-double-deck quad-engined aircraft was twice the size of the Boeing...
  • Boeing reveals its losses on contract for new Air Force One hit $1.9BILLION with deal Trump negotiated

    10/26/2022 5:11:53 PM PDT · by algore · 73 replies
    Boeing revealed on Wednesday that its losses on its contract to build two new planes to act as Air Force One have hit $1.9 billion. Then-President Donald Trump negotiated a fixed price of $3.9 billion for the presidential planes, leaving Boeing to foot the bill for anything over that amount. 'We didn't get enough price,' Boeing Chief Executive Dave Calhoun told CNBC, adding the 'biggest mistake' on the Air Force One 'was the fixed price nature' of the contract. He said the defense company would take a $766 million loss this year on the contract. Boeing previously booked about $1.1...
  • Airline explains why plane wing covered in duct tape after photo goes viral

    10/02/2022 9:20:35 AM PDT · by DFG · 59 replies
    NY Post ^ | 10/02/2022 | Brooke Rolfe, News
    Duct tape on a plane initially thought to be holding its wing together has been revealed as having a far less questionable purpose. The tape made for an alarming sight what was thought to be a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner for Australian opera singer David Wakeham who last week shared a photo to Twitter, where it later went viral. “When choosing your favourite airline, choose wisely. Profits before safety,” his post, which was also shared to Reddit, read. While at the time it was joked the tape was used for “temporary repairs”, it has since been identified as commonly used “speed...
  • Boeing to pay SEC $200m to settle charges it misled investors over 737 MAX safety

    09/23/2022 12:03:58 PM PDT · by CodeToad · 9 replies
    The Register ^ | 23 September 2022 | Richard Currie
    Boeing has agreed to pay $200 million to settle charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) claiming the aviation giant misled investors about the safety of its 737 MAX airplane. The 737 MAX was involved in two crashes that killed all aboard in 2018 and 2019, now understood to be at least partly caused by flaws in the aircraft's Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) software. Boeing admitted MCAS played a role in both accidents. MCAS was intended to automatically kick in and help prevent the 737 Max from stalling in a particular flight scenario where the aircraft's angle...
  • Introducing the oldest passenger plane still in the sky

    09/18/2022 12:42:03 PM PDT · by DFG · 59 replies
    The Telegraph via Yahoo ^ | 09/16/2022 | Oliver Smith
    Would you feel uneasy flying on a plane built in 1974? Harold Wilson was enjoying his second stint in Number 10, the band Queen was in its pomp, man’s first small step on the surface of the moon was still relatively fresh in the memory. And 1974 was also the year that a Boeing 737-200, with the serial number 20836, made its maiden flight for Transavia Airlines, based in the Netherlands. Forty-eight years on, Harold Wilson has shuffled off this mortal coil, as has Freddie, while Nasa is hoping to start a colony on Mars. But 20836 is still going...
  • Space Plane Or Weapon? The X-37B Just Spent More Than 800 Days In Space

    09/03/2022 7:59:13 AM PDT · by whyilovetexas111 · 23 replies
    19FortyFive ^ | 9/3/2022 | Maya Carlin
    Last month, the Boeing-designed X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle surpassed 800 days in space, eclipsing its previous endurance record. This feat was marked by the U.S. Space Force’s Space Delta 9, which operates the 3rd Space Experimentation Squadron’s X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle. Designed as part of a pilot test program aimed at showcasing technologies for reusable unmanned space tests, the X-37B remains one of the most unique aircrafts in the U.S. arsenal. The U.S. Air Force has previously flown five X-37B missions, OTV-1 through OTV-5. The platform most recently launched to Earth orbit in May 2020 on its sixth mission for...
  • Five Giants Join the Race for USAF’s Next-Generation Fighter Jet Engine

    08/22/2022 6:32:42 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 20 replies
    autoevolution.com ^ | 22 Aug 2022, 05:28 UTC · by | Otilia Drăgan
    The U.S. Air Force is getting serious about developing a so-called adaptive engine for its current and future fighter jets and is now putting the money where its mouth is. Five giants in the industry were recently awarded contracts worth a whopping $4.9 billion. General Electric, Pratt &Whitney, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and Northrup Grumman were awarded contracts worth around $975 million each for the prototype phase of the Next Generation Adaptive Propulsion Program. Until now, only GE Aviation and Pratt & Whitney were developing engines as part of the Adaptive Engine Transition Program (AETP) with the goal of eventually producing...
  • Boeing union workers vote to strike at 3 St. Louis-area manufacturing facilities that make US military jets

    07/25/2022 5:05:09 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 18 replies
    FOXBusiness ^ | 07/24/2022 | Paul Best
    International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers District 837 The union contested that Boeing "rejected all proposals to a pension," is refusing to "adequately compensate our members’ 401(k)," and rejected multiple wage progression rate proposals. Boeing offered a dollar-for-dollar match on 10% of base and incentive pay for each employee's 401(k), according to the company. The facilities that will go on strike...produce various military aircraft, including the F-15, F-18 and the MQ-25 Stingray...
  • Are you now or have you ever been a supporter of Donald Trump?

    06/25/2022 4:35:13 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 69 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 25 Jun, 2022 | Dennis Lund
    Today, loyalty to the nation is again being questioned. As the Pelosi-Thompson-Cheney circus rolls on in D.C., signals are given that the Democrats, have their sights set on more than just the former President. Obviously, the primary purpose of the pseudo-hearing is twofold: Destroy Trump and keep January Sixth alive, until November. Recently retired judge Michael Luttig, said the quiet part out loud: “Donald Trump and his allies and supporters are still a clear and present danger to American democracy,” The comment harkens back to the McCarthy era hearings and guilt by association. Once a communist always a communist has...
  • Raytheon Technologies to Move HQ from Massachusetts to Northern Virginia

    06/08/2022 6:32:34 PM PDT · by 11th_VA · 36 replies
    https://www.defenseone.com ^ | JUNE 7, 2022 | MARCUS WEISGERBER
    Raytheon Technologies will move its headquarters from Boston's suburbs to Washington, D.C.'s this fall, putting all of the five largest defense companies in National Capital Region. The offices will be in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia, just across the Potomac River from Washington and within sight of the Pentagon. “The location increases agility in supporting U.S. government and commercial customers and serves to reinforce partnerships that will progress innovative technologies to advance the industry,” the company said in a statement. “Washington, D.C., serves as a convenient travel hub for the company’s global customers and employees.” Last month, Boeing last...
  • Here's what happened during Boeing's 'nail-biting' spacecraft docking

    05/23/2022 5:10:48 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 36 replies
    cnn ^ | Jackie Wattles,
    Boeing managed to dock a spacecraft at the International Space Station late last week, but it was not without several minor hangups. The mission kicked off Thursday evening with a Florida launch, and the Starliner — which is designed to carry astronauts but is flying without people for this test — docked with the ISS Friday night at 8:28 pm ET. The docking occurred about an hour later than expected as ground crews worked through a few issues, including a software issue that skewed graphics, sort of like a misaligned GPS map. There were also issues with sensors and some...
  • Boeing Starliner docks to International Space Station for first time

    05/21/2022 9:14:49 AM PDT · by BenLurkin · 20 replies
    fox ^ | Julia Musto
    The spacecraft made its first connection with the International Space Station's (ISS) Harmony module at 8:28 p.m. EDT. Boeing said that – in addition to ground controllers in Houston – astronauts on the space station monitored Starliner throughout the flight and sometimes commanded the spacecraft to verify control capabilities. The Starliner launched on a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Florida's Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 6:54 p.m. ET on Thursday. While docked, the crew of the station will float inside the Starliner, conduct an initial cabin tour and periodically perform system checkouts while ground controllers evaluate data...
  • Boeing Seeks Redemption as It Readies Starliner for Yet Another Launch Attempt

    05/13/2022 12:50:21 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 19 replies
    gizmodo ^ | George Dvorsky
    In preparation for this second attempt at OFT-2, the Starliner capsule is currently sitting atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket, which is scheduled to launch from Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 6:54 p.m. EDT on Thursday, May 19. Should all go as planned, the uncrewed CST-100 will dock at the International Space Station on Friday, May 20 at 7:10 p.m. EDT. Starliner OFT-2 is packed with around 500 pounds of cargo (mostly food), and the plan is to return 600 pounds of cargo back to Earth. Recent precedent being what it is, this...
  • Boeing abandoning crime-ridden Chicago: Moving its headquarters from Chicago to Arlington, Va

    05/09/2022 9:23:15 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 51 replies
    Hotair ^ | 05/09/2022 | Jazz Shaw
    Last October, Boeing’s headquarters in Chicago was described as looking like a ghost town, with few people showing up to work at the company’s corporate offices. And that was largely after the city began reopening following the pandemic lockdowns. Many employees may still have been working from home out of caution over COVID, but others simply didn’t want to brave the streets of the Windy City for fear of being carjacked or otherwise harmed by the criminals who seemed to be running the streets. Now the “ghost town” reputation is apparently going to be amplified because the company announced that...
  • Major Company Bails on Crime-plagued Chicago(boing)

    05/09/2022 9:12:57 AM PDT · by rktman · 18 replies
    townhall.com ^ | 5/9/2022 0900 hrs edt | Leah Barkoukis
    After 20 years in Chicago, Boeing has decided to end its relationship with the Windy City, which is plagued by high crime and a poor business environment. While the company said it will maintain a “strong presence” in Chicago and the state of Illinois, its new global headquarters will be based in Arlington, Virginia. “We are excited to build on our foundation here in Northern Virginia. The region makes strategic sense for our global headquarters given its proximity to our customers and stakeholders, and its access to world-class engineering and technical talent,” said Boeing President and Chief Executive Officer Dave...
  • Boeing To Move Headquarters Out Of Chicago To Suburban D.C.: Report

    05/05/2022 12:42:06 PM PDT · by Bonemaker · 50 replies
    Patch ^ | 05/05/2022 | Jeff Arnold
    CHICAGO — Boeing will move its headquarters out of Chicago and east to suburban Washington, D.C., according to a published report which cited sources close to the situation. The Wall Street Journal reported that the company will move from Chicago, where Boeing has been headquartered since 2001. The Wall Street Journal report said that company officials desire to be closer to the nation's capital and in closer proximity to government contracts. The Journal reported that the major aerospace player will move its headquarters to Arlington, Va. although no announcement has been made officially.