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Boeing to Acquire Aurora Flight Sciences

Aurora CEO John Langford (r) and Boeing CTO Greg Hyslop. (courtesy Aurora)   Subsidiary to accelerate Boeing’s development of game-changing autonomy technology for innovative aerospace vehicles   Manassas, VA, October 5, 2017 – Boeing [NYSE: BA] plans to acquire Aurora […]

Boeing to Acquire Aurora Flight Sciences

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Aurora CEO John Langford (r) and Boeing CTO Greg Hyslop. (courtesy Aurora)   Subsidiary to accelerate Boeing’s development of game-changing autonomy technology for innovative aerospace vehicles   Manassas, VA, October 5, 2017 – Boeing [NYSE: BA] plans to acquire Aurora […]

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