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Boeing Aerospace Company Gallery

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Choose from 9 pictures in our Boeing Aerospace Company collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Boeing F4B-4, 1933. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
Boeing F4B-4, 1933. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
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Boeing T50-BO-8A (502-10VC) Turboshaft Engine, ca. 1950s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
Boeing T50-BO-8A (502-10VC) Turboshaft Engine, ca. 1950s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
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Lunar Orbiter, Engineering Mock-up, 1960s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
Lunar Orbiter, Engineering Mock-up, 1960s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
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Boeing 367-80 Jet Transport, 1954. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
Boeing 367-80 Jet Transport, 1954. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
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Boeing P-26A Peashooter, 1934. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
Boeing P-26A Peashooter, 1934. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
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Boeing 307 Stratoliner 'Clipper Flying Cloud', 1938
Boeing 307 Stratoliner "Clipper Flying Cloud", 1938
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Spacecraft, Mariner 10, Flight Spare, 1973. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
Spacecraft, Mariner 10, Flight Spare, 1973. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
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Missile, Cruise, Air-launched, AGM-86B, 1982. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
Missile, Cruise, Air-launched, AGM-86B, 1982. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
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Lunar Roving Vehicle, Qualification Test Unit, 1970s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
Lunar Roving Vehicle, Qualification Test Unit, 1970s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co
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Boeing T50-BO-8A (502-10VC) Turboshaft Engine, ca. 1950s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co Featured Image

Boeing T50-BO-8A (502-10VC) Turboshaft Engine, ca. 1950s. Creator: Boeing Aircraft Co

In the mid-1940s, Boeing engineers conducted research to become familiar with gas turbines, but it became apparent that the research engines were significant in themselves. First engine run was the 667 N (150 lb) thrust Model 500 turbojet, closely followed by the 119 kw (160 shp) Model 502 turboprop. Because no applications materialized for the turbojet, efforts were focused on the Model 502, initially developed as a turboprop and later as the more widely used turboshaft engine, first delivered in 1949. In late-1951, a Model 502 powered Kaman K-225 helicopter became the world's first gas turbine-powered helicopter, and, in late-1952, a Model 502 powered Cessna XL-19B Bird Dog became the world's first turboprop-powered light aircraft. By the mid-1960s, significant power and reliability improvements produced the Model 502-10VC, the first U.S. turbine engine in the 149 to 224 kw (200 to 300 shp) range to receive an approved 150-hour qualification. This artifact powered the Gyrodyne QH-50C (DSN-3) drone helicopter

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