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One of the largest firms in the US aerospace industry. It is powered by the Boeing Airplane Co., founded in 1916 by W. Boeing. modern name since 1961. It has departments of civil aircraft, military aircraft, aerospace, helicopter (Boeing Helicopter), a branch in Canada of Boeing of Canada (Boeing of Canada), which included the company De Havilland of Canada purchased in 1986. During the First World War, the firm "B." produced training aircraft, bombers, mail planes, reconnaissance aircraft, torpedo bombers, fighters, including PW-9 and R-12 biplanes, and the R-26 monoplane. In 1930, a high-speed mail plane with a retractable landing gear "Monomeil" was created and on its basis in 1931 an experienced B-9 bomber, in 1933 - an all-metal passenger aircraft Boeing 247, in 1936 production of the Cadet training aircraft began (more than 10 thousand were produced), in In 1938, the Boeing 307 aircraft with a pressurized passenger cabin and the Boeing 314 flying boat for 74 passengers were built. The well-known aircraft of the company include the strategic bombers B-17 "Flying Fortress" - "Flying Fortress" (first flight in 1935, 12731 built, widely used in World War II), B-29 "Superfortress" (1942, built 3970, from these aircraft dropped the first atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki), B-50 (1947). From December 1941 to August 1945, the company produced 16149 military aircraft. On the basis of the B-29, the S-97 military transport aircraft (1944), the Stratokruzer passenger aircraft and the KS-97 tanker were created. B-47 Stratojet strategic bombers with six turbojet engines (1947, over 2,000) and B-52 Stratofortress (1952) were produced in large series. The company is the world's largest manufacturer of jet transport aircraft. The first jet passenger aircraft in the United States was the Boeing 707 (1954, in operation since 1958, by 1990 about 1000 were built, taking into account improved and military options); on its basis, the tanker KS-135 was created. Then the production of Boeing 727 aircraft began (1963, produced until 1984, built in 1832).

Boeing 737 (1967), Boeing 747 (1969, the first American wide-body aircraft), Boeing 757 (1982) and Boeing 767 (1981) passenger aircraft were widely used; released jet aircraft amounted to about 6500. On the basis of civilian models, military aircraft were created: E-3 "Sentry" (carrier of the early warning radar system), E-4 (air command post), E-6 (for long-range radio communications with submarines), E-8 (carrier of a radar detection and control system). In 1976, an experimental short takeoff and landing YC-14 military transport aircraft was built. The company has developed the AGM-86B air-launched cruise missile, and the Chinook, Sea Knight, and other multi-purpose and transport helicopters of the Chinook, Sea Night, and other twin-rotor longitudinal schemes are widely known (see Boeing helicopter). The main programs of the 80s: the production of passenger aircraft Boeing 737, 747, 757, 767, Dash 8, the E-3 aircraft, cruise missiles, the modernization of the B-52 and KS-135 aircraft, the construction of an unmanned high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft. aircraft "Condor", participation in strategic programs. B-1B and B-2 bomber, ATF fighter (YF-22), V-22 Osprey vertical take-off and landing aircraft, LH light helicopter, MX intercontinental ballistic missile, Freedom orbital station, development of projects for new transport aircraft with turbopropfan engine and turbojet bypass engine.

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