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Portrait of Clairmont L. Egtvedt
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Portrait of Clairmont L. Egtvedt
Clairmont L. Egtvedt joined Boeing as a draftsman and mechanical engineer in 1917 after graduating from...
Clairmont L. Egtvedt at Boeing Board of Directors Meeting
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Clairmont L. Egtvedt at Boeing Board of Directors Meeting
Clairmont .L. Egtvedt, William M. Allen, Wellwood Beall, and other Boeing men standing next to Boeing...
Clairmont L. Egtvedt at Boeing Plant I
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Clairmont L. Egtvedt at Boeing Plant I
Clairmont L. Egtvedt joined Boeing as a draftsman and mechanical engineer in 1917 after graduating from...
Press Conference for McDonnell Douglas Suspended Maneuvering System (SMS) in 1978
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Press Conference for McDonnell Douglas Suspended Maneuvering System (SMS) in 1978
In 1976 McDonnell Douglas received a letter from two dozen fire departments asking for a solution to...
Project Mercury Footage
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Project Mercury Footage
Project Mercury, a nationwide team effort led by NASA, gathered data on the psychological and physiological...
Film: "New Dimension: First Flight of the Boeing 747 Superjet"
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Film: "New Dimension: First Flight of the Boeing 747 Superjet"
Boeing Company film from 1969 that documents the construction of the 747 factory at Everett, assembly...
Boeing PW-9 Crash Landing at Sand Point, WA
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Boeing PW-9 Crash Landing at Sand Point, WA
US Army test pilot Lt. Frank Tyndall escaped injury after putting this PW-9 into a ground loop at the...
Boeing Red Barn and Office Personnel, 1922
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Boeing Red Barn and Office Personnel, 1922
This former shipyard was the first home of The Boeing Company, which was founded in 1916, affectionately...
Highlights from 747-100 Rollout in 1968
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Highlights from 747-100 Rollout in 1968
The 747 was the result of the work of some 50,000 Boeing people. Called "the Incredibles," these were...
F-4 Phantom II at McDonnell Douglas Factory, Production Milestones
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F-4 Phantom II at McDonnell Douglas Factory, Production Milestones
The Phantom was the first multi-service aircraft, flying concurrently with the U.S. Navy, Air Force and...
Boeing Model 367-80 "Dash 80" Rollout and Pre-Flight Testing
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Boeing Model 367-80 "Dash 80" Rollout and Pre-Flight Testing
Seventy-two-year-old William Boeing came back to visit his former company for the May 14, 1954, rollout...
Delivery of First CH-47A to US Army, 1962
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Delivery of First CH-47A to US Army, 1962
Chinook helicopters were introduced in 1962 as the CH-47 Chinook, and models A, B and C were deployed...
Douglas XB-42 Mixmaster
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Douglas XB-42 Mixmaster
The ingenious Douglas XB-42A Mixmaster was America's first 400 mph bomber. One of the most advanced reciprocating-engine...
Page 1 of Jack Frye Letter to Donald Douglas
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Page 1 of Jack Frye Letter to Donald Douglas
Introduction of the DC-1 (Douglas Commercial Model One) in 1933 marked the beginning of 64 years of continuous...
Page 2 of Jack Frye Letter to Donald Douglas
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Page 2 of Jack Frye Letter to Donald Douglas
Introduction of the DC-1 (Douglas Commercial Model One) in 1933 marked the beginning of 64 years of continuous...
Boeing Hands Over Keys to 787 to Museum of  Flight
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Boeing Hands Over Keys to 787 to Museum of Flight
On November 8, 2014 Boeing and its employees joined the Puget Sound community in celebrating the donation...
DC-10 Roll Out Ceremony Podium
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DC-10 Roll Out Ceremony Podium
During the DC-10 Roll out ceremony, at the podium left to right is James S. McDonnell, USA VP Spiro T....
George Stoner Portrait
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George Stoner Portrait
George Stoner began his 30 year career with Boeing in 1941 as an assistant superintendent of functional...
George Stoner and Boeing Saturn V Proposal Team
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George Stoner and Boeing Saturn V Proposal Team
George Stoner began his 30 year career with Boeing in 1941 as an assistant superintendent of functional...
George Stoner Poses in front of a Globe
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George Stoner Poses in front of a Globe
George Stoner began his 30 year career with Boeing in 1941 as an assistant superintendent of functional...
Boeing Vertol YUH-61 UTTAS Delivery Ceremony 1976
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Boeing Vertol YUH-61 UTTAS Delivery Ceremony 1976
The Boeing-Vertol 179/237/YUH-61A was a competitor in the 1970s UTTAS program to choose a utility helicopter...
Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar Astronauts
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Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar Astronauts
The Boeing Dyna-Soar was designed to be a 35.5-foot piloted vehicle, had a sharply swept delta 20.4-ft-span...
Douglas C-47 Testing Floats
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Douglas C-47 Testing Floats
In addition to the 455 DC-3 commercial transports built for the airlines, 10,174 were produced as C-47...
Boeing Model 247 Number 5 Test Flight
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Boeing Model 247 Number 5 Test Flight
The revolutionary Boeing Model 247, developed in 1933, was an all-metal, twin-engine airplane and the...
Douglas Super DC-3 Airliner B-roll
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Douglas Super DC-3 Airliner B-roll
The Douglas DC-3, which made air travel popular and airline profits possible, is universally recognized...
Delivery of 100th Douglas Transport, a DC-2 (1935)
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Delivery of 100th Douglas Transport, a DC-2 (1935)
Inspired by the technical success of the DC-1, the DC-2 was introduced less than a year after the DC-1's...
McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Rollout and First Flight
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McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Rollout and First Flight
A new category of airplane -- the three-engine, dual-aisle widebody -- was added to the world's air transportation...
General Dwight D. Eisenhower Offers Congratulations
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General Dwight D. Eisenhower Offers Congratulations
During a visit to Boeing Airplane Company's Wichita Division on April 25, 1948, General Dwight D. Eisenhower...
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for 1,500th 747
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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for 1,500th 747
In June 2014, Boeing delivered the 1,500th 747 to come off the production line to Frankfurt, Germany-based...
Design, Assembly, Testing of First 747
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Design, Assembly, Testing of First 747
During the late 1960s, some 50,000 Boeing people belonged to a group called "The Incredibles." These...
First Flight of the 747-100, February 9, 1969
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First Flight of the 747-100, February 9, 1969
On February 9, 1969, Boeing changed commercial aviation history with the first flight of the world's...
James "Dutch" Kindelberger
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James "Dutch" Kindelberger
James Howard "Dutch" Kindelberger was born in Wheeling, W.Va., on May 8, 1895, the son of steelworker...
John Leland "Lee" Atwood
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John Leland "Lee" Atwood
John Leland (Lee) Atwood joined North American Aviation Inc. in 1934, one year before the firm moved...
McDonnell Aircraft in the 1960s: Mercury
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McDonnell Aircraft in the 1960s: Mercury
A collection of Project Mercury from McDonnell Aircraft Company in St. Louis, MO.
Model 220 in front of McDonnell Aircraft Factory
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Model 220 in front of McDonnell Aircraft Factory
Mr. Mac re-designated the Model 119 as the Model 220 to reflect that McDonnell Aircraft had entered its...
James S. McDonnell at Top Step of Model 220
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James S. McDonnell at Top Step of Model 220
James S. McDonnell (right), founder of McDonnell Aircraft, standing on the stairs of the Model 220.

The...
Mr. Mac with Model 119/220 Design Team
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Mr. Mac with Model 119/220 Design Team
Mr. Mac with part of his UCX Model 119/220 design team: From left above are: Steven Vugrich, design...
Boeing Takes Delivery of Last Piston Engine- June 6, 1956
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Boeing Takes Delivery of Last Piston Engine- June 6, 1956
June 13, 1956. Unloading at receiving dock of Boeing’s Renton, Washington plant is the last piston engine...
James S McDonnell Poses by Doodlebug
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James S McDonnell Poses by Doodlebug
The Doodlebug was the first airplane James McDonnell both designed and built, but it was doomed by its...
XH-20 "Little Henry" Hovers on McDonnell Flight Ramp
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XH-20 "Little Henry" Hovers on McDonnell Flight Ramp
Sponsored by the U.S. Army Air Forces/U.S. Air Force, the McDonnell XH-20 Little Henry proved that helicopters...
Donald W. Douglas Next to DT
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Donald W. Douglas Next to DT
The Douglas DT Bomber was the company's first military contract, forging a link between Douglas and the...
William Allen with B-52 Stratofortress Model
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William Allen with B-52 Stratofortress Model
William Allen with B-52 Stratofortress Model
Joe Sutter in Front of the First 747
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Joe Sutter in Front of the First 747
Joe Sutter joined Boeing in 1945 as an aerodynamicist and has held numerous positions dealing with analysis,...
Jack Steiner Corporate Portrait
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Jack Steiner Corporate Portrait
John Edward “Jack” Steiner, the father of the 727, joined Boeing in 1941. His energy and hard work were...
EA-18G Growler Rollout Ceremony
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EA-18G Growler Rollout Ceremony
On August 4, 2006, The Boeing Company rolled out the U.S. armed forces' newest airborne electronic attack...
Boeing Delivers Canada's First C-17
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Boeing Delivers Canada's First C-17
Standing at the podium in front of Canada's first C-17, Dave Bowman, Boeing vice president C-17 program...
B-2 Stealth Bomber is Named "Spirit of Washington"
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B-2 Stealth Bomber is Named "Spirit of Washington"
On Oct. 29, 1994, the Air Force's fourth operational B-2 was named "Spirit of Washington" in Seattle,...
B-2 Spirit "Spirit of Washington" Naming Ceremonies at Boeing Field
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B-2 Spirit "Spirit of Washington" Naming Ceremonies at Boeing Field
In ceremonies held at Boeing Field on Oct. 29, 1994, the U.S. Air Force's fourth operational B-2 stealth...
Donald Wills Douglas Sr. Leans on the Prop of a New DC-7
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Donald Wills Douglas Sr. Leans on the Prop of a New DC-7
In 1920, Donald Wills Douglas founded the Douglas Aircraft Company in California. By 1940, Douglas Aircraft...
747-100 Wing Riveting
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747-100 Wing Riveting
The 747 was truly monumental in size. The massive airplane required construction of the 200-million-cubic-foot...
Bill Boeing and Phil Johnson (R) with Erik Nelsen (L)
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Bill Boeing and Phil Johnson (R) with Erik Nelsen (L)
Bill Boeing and Phil Johnson (R) with Erik Nelsen (L). Phil Johnson was an engineer who ran Bill Boeing's...
Delivery Ceremony for First Production Model EA-18G Growler
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Delivery Ceremony for First Production Model EA-18G Growler
Boeing on September 24, 2007 delivered the first production EA-18G Growler to the U.S. Navy, ahead of...
Delivery Ceremony for First Production Model EA-18G Growler
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Delivery Ceremony for First Production Model EA-18G Growler
Boeing on September 24, 2007 delivered the first production EA-18G Growler to the U.S. Navy, ahead of...
Delivery Ceremony for First Production Model EA-18G Growler
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Delivery Ceremony for First Production Model EA-18G Growler
Boeing on September 24, 2007 delivered the first production EA-18G Growler to the U.S. Navy, ahead of...
BBJ Mock-up Interior for National Business Aviation Association (NBAA)
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BBJ Mock-up Interior for National Business Aviation Association (NBAA)
The BBJ NetJets full-scale mock-up interior toured the United States in 1999. At the time, this interior...
Boeing Leadership Center Cafe
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Boeing Leadership Center Cafe
The Boeing Leadership Center is located north of St. Louis on a bluff above the Missouri River. Through...
Bill Boeing Onboard a Douglas Dolphin
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Bill Boeing Onboard a Douglas Dolphin
The success of the Dolphin, a military amphibian, helped Douglas survive the Great Depression.

It began...
Boeing Engineers with the Dash 80
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Boeing Engineers with the Dash 80
With no orders or customer commitments, Boeing spent the equivalent of all its post-World War II profit...
Bomarc Layout Boards
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Bomarc Layout Boards
The supersonic Bomarc missiles (IM-99A and IM-99B) were the world's first long-range anti-aircraft missiles,...
Bomarc Layout Boards
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Bomarc Layout Boards
The supersonic Bomarc missiles (IM-99A and IM-99B) were the world's first long-range anti-aircraft missiles,...
Bomarc A Production Line
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Bomarc A Production Line
The supersonic Bomarc missiles (IM-99A and IM-99B) were the world's first long-range anti-aircraft missiles,...
Airline Representatives Inspect a 707-320 During Manufacture
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Airline Representatives Inspect a 707-320 During Manufacture
Boeing developed the larger 707-320 Intercontinental series with a longer fuselage, bigger wing and higher-powered...
Lufthansa Executives Posing with Boeing Model 247
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Lufthansa Executives Posing with Boeing Model 247
The Boeing Model 247 was the world’s first modern airliner. It incorporated the latest knowledge in streamlined,...
William Boeing entering Grays Harbor on Steamer, 1903
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William Boeing entering Grays Harbor on Steamer, 1903
Prominent Seattle timberman, landowner and yachtsman William E. Bill Boeing -founder of the The Boeing...
First 787 Customer Delivery
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First 787 Customer Delivery
On Sept. 26, 2011 Boeing celebrated the delivery of the first 787 Dreamliner to launch customer ANA during...
First 787 Customer Delivery
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First 787 Customer Delivery
On Sept. 26, 2011 Boeing celebrated the delivery of the first 787 Dreamliner to launch customer ANA during...
William Allen in front of jet engine
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William Allen in front of jet engine
William Allen was President and CEO of The Boeing Company from 1945 through 1968. Prior to that he served...
Jack Real^ Hughes Helicopters President
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Jack Real^ Hughes Helicopters President
Jack Real, confidant of Howard Hughes and president of Hughes Helicopters.
Frederick Rentschler and William Boeing (R)^ ca. 1929
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Frederick Rentschler and William Boeing (R)^ ca. 1929
Frederick Rentschler and William Boeing (R), ca. 1929
Eddie Rickenbacker (L) and William Allen^ 5-28-1972
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Eddie Rickenbacker (L) and William Allen^ 5-28-1972
Eddie Rickenbacker (L) and William Allen, 5-28-1972
Donald W. Douglas Sr with the Cloudster II
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Donald W. Douglas Sr with the Cloudster II
The Cloudster II was a small, one-of-a-kind transport using a tail-mounted propeller. It first flew in...
William M. Allen with B-47 Stratojet
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William M. Allen with B-47 Stratojet
William M. Allen was born in Lolo, Montana, and graduated from Harvard Law School. During the 1920s,...
Inside the Mock-up of Boeing's C-5 Concept
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Inside the Mock-up of Boeing's C-5 Concept
In the 1960s, Boeing competed with other aerospace companies to win the U.S. Army's Request for Proposal...
William Boeing with Steven Stimpson
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William Boeing with Steven Stimpson
William Boeing with Steven Stimpson
William Boeing with a Model 40
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William Boeing with a Model 40
The first Model 40 was built for a 1925 U.S. Post Office competition as a replacement for the converted...
Bill Allen and Pan Am's Juan Trippe on Steps to 747
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Bill Allen and Pan Am's Juan Trippe on Steps to 747
Boeing launched the 747 program on April 13, 1966, when Pan American Airways announced a $525 million...
James S. McDonnell Gives the Thumbs Up From the 5000th F-4 Phantom II
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James S. McDonnell Gives the Thumbs Up From the 5000th F-4 Phantom II
The 5,000th Phantom was delivered on May 24, 1978, in ceremonies that also marked the 20th anniversary...
UAL 747 Delivery Ceremony
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UAL 747 Delivery Ceremony
UAL 747 Delivery Ceremony
ANA Pilots First Customer Crew to Fly Boeing 787 Dreamliner
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ANA Pilots First Customer Crew to Fly Boeing 787 Dreamliner
Boeing and two ANA (All Nippon Airways) pilots flew the Boeing 787 Dreamliner for the first time May...
William "Bill" Boeing
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William "Bill" Boeing
Prominent Seattle timberman, landowner and yachtsman William E. Bill Boeing -founder of the The Boeing...
Bill Boeing Portrait
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Bill Boeing Portrait
Prominent Seattle timberman, landowner and yachtsman William E. Bill Boeing -founder of the The Boeing...
717-200 Rollout
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717-200 Rollout
Boeing employees at the Long Beach Division witness the formal certificationof the new 100-seat 717-200...
757-200 Boarding Passengers at Heathrow, London
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757-200 Boarding Passengers at Heathrow, London
Only the 757 delivers full-performance, 200-passenger single-aisle service under the adverse conditions...
777-200LR Rollout Ceremony
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777-200LR Rollout Ceremony
On February 15, 2005 Boeing unveiled the first 777-200LR Worldliner - the world's longest-range commercial...
Renton Factory Workers Begin Construction of the Dash 80
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Renton Factory Workers Begin Construction of the Dash 80
The Boeing Company invested $16 million (two-thirds of the company's net profits from the post-war years)...
William Allen and Bertha Boeing Christen Dash 80
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William Allen and Bertha Boeing Christen Dash 80
Seventy-two-year-old William Boeing came back to visit his former company for the May 14, 1954, rollout...
William Allen at KC-135 Stratotanker Rollout
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William Allen at KC-135 Stratotanker Rollout
The KC-135 was the first offspring of the Dash 80. It was the only jet airplane designed specifically...
William Allen with First KC-135 Stratotanker Crew
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William Allen with First KC-135 Stratotanker Crew
The KC-135 was the first offspring of the Dash 80. It was the only jet airplane designed specifically...
Lastl KC-135A Stratotanker on Production Line in Renton
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Lastl KC-135A Stratotanker on Production Line in Renton
The KC-135 was the first offspring of the Dash 80. It was the only jet airplane designed specifically...
Frank Piasecki in the PV-2
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Frank Piasecki in the PV-2
PV-2, predecessor to the Boeing Chinook, was one of the first successful helicopters engineered entirely...
314 Clipper Wing Join
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314 Clipper Wing Join
The whale-shaped Boeing Model 314 flying boat took cruise ship elegance into the air. Luxurious amenities...
Three Men with SST Supersonic Transport Prototype Models
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Three Men with SST Supersonic Transport Prototype Models
On New Year's Eve 1966, after more than 14 years of study, design work and competition, the federal government...
Ernie Pyle B-29 Superfortress Dedication Unveiling - Pyle's Father
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Ernie Pyle B-29 Superfortress Dedication Unveiling - Pyle's Father
The Boeing B-29 was the most technologically advanced airplane program during WWII. At 105,000 pounds,...
Joseph Sutter at Work
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Joseph Sutter at Work
Joseph Sutter was the chief designer of the 747, described as one of the great engineering wonders of...
William E. Boeing and William M. Allen Inspect the Dash 80 Assembly
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William E. Boeing and William M. Allen Inspect the Dash 80 Assembly
America entered the era of jet transportation on July 15, 1954, when the Boeing “Dash 80” prototype for...
William M. Allen Speech at the Dash 80 Rollout Ceremony
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William M. Allen Speech at the Dash 80 Rollout Ceremony
William M. Allen was born in Lolo, Montana, and graduated from Harvard Law School. During the 1920s,...
Tex Johnston and the Dash 80 Crew with William M. Allen
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Tex Johnston and the Dash 80 Crew with William M. Allen
America entered the era of jet transportation on July 15, 1954, when the Boeing “Dash 80” prototype for...
Tex Johnston and the Dash 80 Crew with William M. Allen
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Tex Johnston and the Dash 80 Crew with William M. Allen
America entered the era of jet transportation on July 15, 1954, when the Boeing “Dash 80” prototype for...
William Patterson (L), and William Allen, 4-27-1954
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William Patterson (L), and William Allen, 4-27-1954
William Patterson (L), and William Allen, 4-27-1954
Mr. Urbina Interviews Newt
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Mr. Urbina Interviews Newt
Mr. Urbina Interviews Newt
727-100 US Tour, Miami, FL
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727-100 US Tour, Miami, FL
The first 727 rolled out Nov. 27, 1962, bearing the same lemon-yellow and copper-brown color scheme as...
Pressure Suit Preliminary Testing
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Pressure Suit Preliminary Testing
Pressure Suit Preliminary Testing
B-17 Flying Fortress Assembly
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B-17 Flying Fortress Assembly
The Allied demand for huge quantities of advanced bombers fueled a rapid increase in production and personnel...
Model 80 Stewardess Serving Passengers Coffee
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Model 80 Stewardess Serving Passengers Coffee
The Model 80 transport series, built for Boeing Air Transport, was America's first airliner designed...
Men Inside B-29 Superfortress Bomb Bay
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Men Inside B-29 Superfortress Bomb Bay
The Boeing B-29 Superfortress, the most technologically advanced airplane produced during World War II,...
1960 Assembly at Sicks Stadium
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1960 Assembly at Sicks Stadium
1960 Union Assembly at Sicks Stadium
Two Men Building a B-1 Replica
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Two Men Building a B-1 Replica
After the war, Boeing designed its first commercial airplane with the vast water areas of the Northwest...
Workers at Computer Center, 1963
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Workers at Computer Center, 1963
Workers at Computer Center, 1963
DH-4 Frame
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DH-4 Frame
Boeing gained valuable early experience in metal structures in the 1920s by rebuilding surplus de Havilland...
B-29 Superfortress Assembly
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B-29 Superfortress Assembly
The Boeing B-29, the most technologically advanced airplane produced during World War II, first flew...
Model 307 Stratoliner Engines
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Model 307 Stratoliner Engines
The Boeing 307 Stratoliners had noble names: Rainbow, Comet, Flying Cloud, Cherokee, Comanche, Zuni,...
William M. Allen with Models of Jet Transport
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William M. Allen with Models of Jet Transport
William M. Allen with Models of Jet Transport
Transporting the MB-3A
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Transporting the MB-3A
The MB-3A contract was the government's largest order for new airplanes since the end of World War I....
William Boeing, and Others on Floating Model C
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William Boeing, and Others on Floating Model C
The Model C-700 was the first plane used by Boeing to fly airmail between British Columbia, Canada, and...
Space Shuttle Columbia
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Space Shuttle Columbia
NASA's Space Shuttle is an operational, reusable and human-rated spacecraft. Designed to take off like...
James S. McDonnell at the Rollout of the 5,000th F-4 Phantom II
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James S. McDonnell at the Rollout of the 5,000th F-4 Phantom II
McDonnell F-4 Phantom II (1958-1979): Some aircraft are memorable for the total number produced, some...
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