Boeing T-X Completes First Flight, Validates Design for Air Force RequirementsBoeing and Saab revealed their first two T-X aircraft in September. The second is currently in ground testing and expected to fly in early 2017.
Boeing Unveils Its T-X TrainerCompany hasn't decided where it will be built, if Air Force selects it.
Boeing To Unveil T-X Trainer ProposalCompany is teaming up with Saab in effort to win Air Force contract.
McCaskill: Pentagon Can't Close Military BasesShe says the Pentagon is just trying to get Congress' attention.
Game Time Salute Honors Elizabeth Hubbard, Daughter Of U.S. Air Force VeteranFor Elizabeth Hubbard, her father's service in the U.S. Air Force meant that she would spend her adolescence traveling the world and learning the sacrifices military service members have to make first hand.
Game Time Salute Honors U.S. Air Force Veteran Dion FlynnFor Dion Flynn, joining the Air Force allowed her to realize a lifelong ambition and to become a positive role model for the next generation.
Air Force Picks Northrop Grumman to Build Next Big BomberThe loser of the high-stakes bidding contest was a team formed by Boeing Co. and Lockheed Martin Corp.
Game Time Salute Honors U.S. Air Force Veteran Nick SoughleyFor Nick Soughley, serving in the Air Force offered him the opportunity to make some of the most important friendships in his life and a sense of integrity that would give his life direction.
'Game Changer': Charity Provides Segways to Wounded VetsCharity provides six wounded vets Segways, restoring their mobility.
Sergeant Sentenced to 25 Years on Assault, Desertion ChargesThe trial of an Air Force technical sergeant who fled Illinois to avoid child sexual assault charges began Monday with the defendant pleading guilty to two charges.
Trial to Begin for Air Force Sergeant on Sex Assault ChargesDavid Lawrence Helm is in military court with desertion, on top of accusations of sexual assault of a minor.
Boeing's Growler Program Manager Optimistic About Line's FutureSlow-down means fewer employees will be needed on the line, but Gillian says they will be shifted to other projects, including the 777-X, so no layoffs will be necessary.