Boeing awarded contract to build Navy’s first unmanned aerial refueler, the MQ-25 Stingray
SEATTLE -- Boeing announced Thursday that it has been awarded a $805 million contract to build the Navy's first MQ-25, a carrier-based, unmanned aerial refueler for jet fighters. Boeing was awarded the engineering and manufacturing development contract to provide four aircraft. Boeing said it plans to perform the MQ-25 work in St. Louis.