Boeing has won three key U.S. military program competitions over the past few months: The Air Force T-X advanced jet trainer, the Air Force MH-139 missile field-support helicopter and the Navy MQ-25 aerial refueling drone. The past two decades saw two disastrous losses that threatened the future of the company’s military side (the Joint Strike Fighter and Long-Range Strike-Bomber), so this string of highly contested wins—together worth at least $25 billion in procurement ...

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