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Small UAV coalition launched to advance commercial use of unmanned aerial vehicles

Posted October 1, 2014 by

Leading technology companies Oct. 1 formally announced the formation of the Small UAV Coalition to help pave the way for commercial, philanthropic, and civil use of small unmanned aerial vehicles in the United States and abroad. Chief among the organization’s goals is to advance a regulatory environment that will support safe, reliable, and timely operation…

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NAWCWD manned for unmanned systems

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Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division scientists, engineers, technicians and operators are involved in all levels of Unmanned Systems research, development, acquisition, testing and evaluation.

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NASA employees go ‘above and beyond’

Posted October 1, 2014 by Linda KC Reynolds

Three NASA employees recently received the Exception Engineering Achievement Medal at Armstrong NASA Research Center, Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.

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Engineers, test pilots enjoy Mojave tradition

Posted October 1, 2014 by Linda KC Reynolds

Photograph by Tom Reynolds Engineer and pilot students who recently graduated from the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School from Patuxent River, Md., and the USAF Test Pilot school at Edwards AFB kept with a 17 year old tradition, enjoying a barbeque and having photos taken with numerous aircraft displayed in Al and Cathy Hansen’s hanger…

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Global Hawk 872 return marks 100th NASA flight

Posted October 1, 2014 by NASA photograph

  NASA Global Hawk No. 872 is pictured on the ramp after landing at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility, Va., at sunrise following its 10th and final science flight Sept. 28–29 in the agency’s 2014 Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel mission over the Atlantic Ocean. The aircraft departed Wallops and flew back to its home base…

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Northrop Grumman hand held precision targeting device completes successful developmental test

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A new hand held targeting system developed by Northrop Grumman that will enable soldiers to engage targets with precision munitions while providing digital connectivity to related military units has successfully completed developmental testing at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. The evaluation of the company’s Hand Held Precision Targeting Device, or HHPTD, was conducted…

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Educating future workers

Posted October 1, 2014 by Linda KC Reynolds

The Palmdale Aerospace Academy recently hosted the Antelope Valley Board of Trade business luncheon for September and the featured guest speaker was Christos Valiotis, physics professor at the Antelope Valley College.

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NASA’s Orion spacecraft, rocket move closer to first flight

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NASA’s new Orion spacecraft and the Delta IV Heavy rocket that will carry it into space are at their penultimate stops in Florida on their path to a December flight test.

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China’s first New-Generation Boeing Jetliner B747-8 delivered to Air China

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In the evening of Sept. 29 29 in Seattle, Beijing time, Air China and Boeing held a grand aircraft delivery ceremony in Seattle, the United States, marking the official delivery of China’s first B747-8 to Air China. The type is a member of the latest generation B747 family. It will arrive at Beijing Capital International…

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Two NASA Armstrong technologies recognized by tech transfer consortium

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NASA photograph by Ken Ulbrich NASA Armstrong researchers Mike Dandachy, Ricardo Arteaga and Duc Tran (from left) were honored for their technology development work on the Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast, or ADS-B, Sense and Avoid system. Two aerospace technology innovations developed by engineers at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center at Edwards, Calif., were recently honored…

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