Boeing is undoubtedly the biggest weapons manufacturer known to be scheduled to exhibit at "Secure Canada 2008."

Since 1997, Boeing has consistently ranked as the second largest war industry in the world. This ranking is determined by its revenues from military production. In 2007, Boeing's war-related revenues were almost US$31 Billion.

See a "corporate malfeasance" profile for Boeing here

Major Defense Acquisition Programs
he Pentagonís 2009 Budget Request Summary Justification provides a wishlist for $184 billion worth of "Major Weapons Systems." The "highest profile" of these programs, i.e., the most expensive ones are "designated as Major Defense Acquisition Programs (MDAP)."

Boeing is one of nine "Secure Canada 2008" exhibitors that are involved in one or more these top MDAPs. In fact, Boeing is the prime contractor, or a major player, in 16 of the Top 25 MDAPs. For details, see "The Role of 'Secure Canada 2008' Exhibitors in America's MDAPs."

Fighters and Bombers in Production

B-2 Spirit (Neg#: d4c-122553-1)

B-2 Spirit

EA-18G full underside (Neg#: C22-650-17)

EA-18G Airborne Electronic Attack Aircraft

F/A-18 Hornet

F/A-18 Hornet

F/A-18E/F Super Hornet landing (Neg#: C35-1406-401)

F/A-18E/F Super Hornet

F-15 Eagle (Neg#: dvd-115-04)

F-15 Eagle

Bottom view of F/A-22 Raptor  (Neg#: c12-27411-6)

F/A-22 Raptor

Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS)  (Neg#: c12-27806-04)

Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS)

P-8A Poseidon (Neg#: K63510)

P-8A Poseidon

T-45 Goshawk (Neg#: C22-519-37)

T-45 Training System

The X-45A Joint Unmanned Combat Air System technology demonstrator.  (Neg#: DVD-685-243)



Missile Defense

Artist's concept of ABL in action

Airborne Laser

IFT-10 (Neg#: IFT10-9-14_tn)

Ground-based Midcourse Defense


Missiles and Weapons

Aegis SM-3

Aegis SM-3

Boeing completes sled test of new CALCM warhead (Neg#: 98D07001)




Harpoon (Neg#: D4C-118803-1)




JDAM, Joint Direct Attack Munition (Neg#: D4C-122657-1)

Joint Direct Attack Munition - JDAM



Small Diameter Bomb can be launched from a fighter, bomber or unmanned aircraft. (Neg#: dvd-477-1)

Small Diameter Bomb



AH-64D Apache Longbow  (Neg#: 97-1237)

AH-64 Apache

CH-46E Sea Knight


CH-47D Chinook


CH-47SD Chinook tandem-rotor helicopter during successful first flight  (Neg#: c7013631)


MH-47E Chinook


UH-46D Sea Knight


V-22 Osprey

V-22 Osprey


Out of Production (but still in use)

A-4 Skyhawk (Neg#: D4E-535797)




AV-8B Harrier II (Neg#: C22-511-24)


B-1B Lancer

B-1B Lancer

B-52 Stratofortress dropping JDAM

B-52 Stratofortress

F-4C Phantom II

F-4 Phantom II



Chandra Intertial Upper Stage booster (Neg#: NASA KSC-99PP-618)

Inertial Upper Stage

KC-10 Tanker


KC-135 Stratotanker  (Neg#: 981211tnkr)

KC-135 Stratotanker

Small Low-Cost Interceptor Device (SLID)



Airlift and Tankers in Production

KC-767A in flight (Neg#: 051455-052)

Advanced Tanker

Air Force One flying over ocean (Neg#: D4C-122582-1)

Air Force One

C-17 Globemaster III (Neg#: D4C-122059-1)

C-17 Globemaster III


C-32A Executive Transport

C-40A (Neg#: C40A-11)

C-40A Navy Airlift Aircraft


Major Weapons Systems
Here is a partial list of weapons systems made in large part by Boeing:

Various fighter and bomber warplanes (still in production):

Various fighter and bomber aircraft and bombs (out of production):

"Missile Defense" Systems

Various missiles and weapons

Various helicopters including the AH-64 Apache

Additional Programs in the works
Here are some things that Boeing is now working on:

2018 Bomber

X-51 WaveRider


For a more complete list of Boeing products:

For more information, see:

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Related articles:
What do they actually mean by "Defence," "Security" and "Public Safety"?

"What is a Weapon, anyhow?"

This webpage was produced by the
Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade (COAT)

as part of the COAT campaign to oppose 
"Secure Canada 2008" (Sept.30-Oct.1, 2008)