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Boeing celebrates its first centennial on the 15th of July 2016!! The last episode of “The Age of Aerospace” called “Dreamliner” reveals the technology, resources and risk required to build commercial aircraft in the modern world through the story of the most recent revolution in jet design, the 787 Dreamliner. >> Full Episode Online: Dreamliner… » read more

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“In the Vastness of Space” tells the story of Project Apollo, which accomplished landing the first humans on the Moon, and humankind’s first journey to the Moon on Apollo 8. NASA icons and individuals from American industry reflect on past achievements and explore humanity’s future in space. >> Full Episode Online: In the Vastness of… » read more

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“Shrinking the Earth” explores three planes that launched the jet age: the B-47 bomber, the Boeing 707 and the 747 Jumbo Jet, the world’s first jumbo jet that reshaped global air travel. These three planes were made possible by secrets discovered in a German Forest at the close of WWII. >> Full Episode Online Shrinking… » read more

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“What can’t we do?” reveals how Bill Boeing, Donald Douglas, James McDonnell and their contemporaries took the invention of the airplane and forged an industry, delivering advancements in communication, transportation, and warfare. >> Full episode online: The Age of Aerospace “What can’t we do?” <<  

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Boeing’s history with Europe goes back to Wilhelm Böing, father of company founder Bill Boeing, who was born in Hohenlimburg, Germany and emigrated to the United States in 1868. Since July 15, 1916, Bill Boeing established a company that has been making the impossible, possible. From producing a single canvas-and-wood airplane to transforming how we… » read more

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