Federated-Boeing Interstellar

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Federated-Boeing Interstellar
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Primary Site(s) Galax
Primary Products Conventional Aircraft


The Federated Suns nationalized the Galax Branch of Boeing Interstellar shortly after it's CEO dithered and insisted on waiting for input from the Company Headquarters on Terra to respond shortly after the fall of the Star League.[1] Now operating under the name of Federated-Boeing Interstellar the lines originally produced twenty-five classes of DropShips. The number of DropShip designs in production dwindled to ten over the next three hundred years as Galax lost access to the required technology.[2]


The corporation was founding has been vaguely traced as far back as the early twenty-first century, as a fixed-wing fightercraft manufacturer on Terra. During the centuries, the corporation expanded gained reputation for quality products in the Aerospace field. As Boeing Interstellar, the company was major manufacturer for the Star League by 2781, with two shipyards between Terra and New Earth. In the aftermath of Amaris Coup, the Boeing made a bid to expand beyond old Terran Hegemony to Star League member-states, where it gained foot hold on the FedSuns world of Galax. Seen as a major economic coup for Prince Paul Davion, the establishment of Boeing's Galax Megacomplex (Completed 2786) help bring stability to the nation's economy while the Star League dissolved during its sometimes interrupted construction.[3]

In 3069 the main Galax facility was destroyed by Blakist forces despite the presence of the 6th Crucis Lancers AeroSpace Brigade, Federated-Boeing Security, and the FSS Intrepid. The Blakists attacked with two WarShips and a flotilla of DropShips.[4] They took every hull under construction in the Port Simon Naval Yards, including the FSS Melissa Davion and at least ten Excalibur Pocket WarShips.[5] During this attack the Word poisoned the biosphere, rendering the planet inhospitable. Within five months, the 6th Crucis Lancers had to enforce a quarantine against the planet to prevent the contagion's spread.[6] The loss of the Federated Boeing facilities at Galax represented the single biggest loss of Federated Suns military manufacturing in the entire of the Jihad.[7]

Despite the disaster on Galax, Federated-Boeing had spread out many manufacturing centers across the Federated Suns which allowed them to continue production of spare parts. Fortunately they had significant cash on hand to engineer a merger with Universal Air, a long time production partner. The former UniAir headquarters on Delavan became the new Federated-Boeing headquarters, and production resumed.[8]


In 3067 the companies CEO is Duke Aleksandr Philip McCorkendale.[9]

Manufacturing Centers[edit]

Federated-Boeing Interstellar has manufacturing centers on the following planets:


As a result of the merger with Universal Air during the Jihad Federated-Boeing acquired two major assets in the Delavan system; a new corporate headquarters located in Williams Bay, the capital city of Delevan II, and the Universal Ship Yards in orbit above Delavan III. As of 3079 Federated-Boeing were attempting to expand production at the Universal Ship Yards to include the Overlord, Overlord A3 and Conquistador-class DropShips and Pocket WarShips.[10]

Components produced at the Universal Ship Yards:[10]
Component Type
Small Craft
Ares Mark IX Attack Craft[10][11] Small Craft - Since 3077
Invader-class[10] Jumpship
Star Lord-class[10] Jumpship
Pocket WarShip
Excalibur Pocket WarShip[8][10]
Arondight Pocket WarShip[10]


NOTE: As of 3070, none of these lines are active due to Blakist attacks during the Jihad and the deployment of a bioweapon against the planet. Most Federated-Boeing production following the loss of Galax took place at the company's new headquarters in the Delevan system.[8]

Components produced on Galax:[12][13]
Component Type
Conventional Aircraft
Boeing Jump Bomber[12] Conventional Aircraft
Gazelle-class[13] Dropships
Leopard-class[13] Dropships
Conquistador-class [9] Dropships
Leopard CV-class[13] Dropships
Overlord-class[13][9] Dropships
Mammoth-class[13][9] Dropships
Mule-class[13][9] Dropships
Seeker-class[13][9] Dropships
Union[13][9][14] Dropships
Fox[citation needed] WarShip - In conjunction with Universal Air
Space Station
Capitol[15] Space Stations
Ailette Zergo-G[16] Engineering Exoskeleton
Capital Missile
Barracuda Various[17]
White Shark Various[18]
Killer Whale Various[19]
Interplanetary Drive - Dropships
Star League V84 Leopard & Leopard CV[13]
Star League V95 Gazelle[13]
Star League V250 Union[13]
Star League V450 Overloard[13]
? (for Fox) [citation needed]
Lithium-Fusion Battery
? (for Fox) [citation needed]
Boeing X550 Jump Bomber[12]
GM 180 Turbine Jump Bomber[12]
Standard Armor
Boeing Standard Plating Jump Bomber[12]
Communications System
Boeing A30 Jump Bomber[12]
Targeting-Tracking System
Boeing 200 Jump Bomber[12]


  1. House Davion (The Federated Suns), PDF p.169, "Federated-Boeing Interstellar Profile"
  2. House Davion (The Federated Suns), PDF p.169, "Federated-Boeing Interstellar Profile"
  3. House Davion (The Federated Suns), PDF p. 169 - Early background and up to 3025 history of Boeing as Boeing Interstellar.
  4. Jihad Hot Spots: 3070, p. 43
  5. Jihad Hot Spots: 3070, p. 140
  6. Jihad Hot Spots: 3070, p. 63
  7. Jihad: Final Reckoning, p. 97, "Crucis March"
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Masters and Minions: The StarCorps Dossiers, p. 41
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 Handbook: House Davion, p. 165, "Federated-Boeing Interstellar Profile"
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 10.6 Objectives: Federated Suns, p. 14, "Delavan"
  11. Technical Readout: 3085, p. 122, "Ares Mark IX (Attack Craft)" - Space production site noted.
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 Technical Readout: 3039, p. 176, "Produced Boeing Jump Bomber Components"
  13. 13.00 13.01 13.02 13.03 13.04 13.05 13.06 13.07 13.08 13.09 13.10 13.11 13.12 Objective Raids, p.93, "Produced Federated-Boeing Interstellar Components on Galax
  14. Dropships and Jumpships, p.17
  15. Technical Readout: 3057, p. 204
  16. Technical Readout: Vehicle Annex, p. 186 - Ailette Zero-G Engineering Exoskeleton noted for being product of Federated Boeing of Galax.
  17. TechManual, p. 210
  18. TechManual, p. 210
  19. TechManual, p. 210