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Boeing X-51 Waverider         
  • The SJX61-2 engine successfully completes ground tests simulating Mach 5 flight conditions.
  • X-51A under the wing of a B-52 at [[Edwards Air Force Base]], July 2009
EXPERIMENTAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE BY BOEING
X-51A; X-51 WaveRider; X-51A WaveRider; Boeing X-51A; Boeing X-51A WaveRider; X-51A scramjet; X-51A Waverider; High Speed Strike Weapon; Boeing X-51; Boeing X-51 WaveRider
The Boeing X-51 Waverider is an unmanned research scramjet experimental aircraft for hypersonic flight at and an altitude of . The aircraft was designated X-51 in 2005.
Boeing X-37         
  • X-37B 1 sits on the runway after landing at Vandenberg SFB at the end of its OTV-1 (USA-212) mission on 3 December 2010.
  • The [[Scaled Composites White Knight]] was used to launch the X-37A on glide tests (2007).
  • uncrewed spaceflights]].
  • X-37B 2 sits on the Shuttle Landing Facility after the OTV-4 mission.
  • X-37B 1 sits on the runway after landing at the [[Shuttle Landing Facility]] on 12 November 2022, the 909th day of the OTV-6 ([[USA-299]]) mission
  • An artist's rendering of the X-37 spacecraft in 1999
AMERICAN UNCREWED MILITARY SPACEPLANE
X-37; X-37 Future-X; X-37B; Boeing X-37 Orbital Test Vehicle; Boeing X-37 Future-X; Boeing X-37B; X37; X 37; X.37; Boeing's space plane; Orbital Test Vehicle; USA-300; USSF 7
The Boeing X-37, also known as the Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV), is a reusable robotic spacecraft. It is boosted into space by a launch vehicle, then re-enters Earth's atmosphere and lands as a spaceplane.
Boeing X-50 Dragonfly         
EXPERIMENTAL DRONE BY BOEING
X-50; Dragonfly (UAV); Boeing Canard Rotor/Wing aircraft; Boeing X-50; Boeing X-50A Dragonfly
The Boeing X-50A Dragonfly, formerly known as the Canard Rotor/Wing Demonstrator, was a VTOL rotor wing experimental unmanned aerial vehicle that was developed by Boeing and DARPA to demonstrate the principle that a helicopter's rotor could be stopped in flight and act as a fixed wing, enabling it to transition between fixed-wing and rotary-wing flight.