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News Briefs – June 29, 2012

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Turkey deploys anti-aircraft guns at Syria border Turkey deployed anti-aircraft guns and other weapons alongside its border with Syria, state television reported June 28, days after the downing of a Turkish military jet by Syrian forces heightened the tensions between the two countries. A small convoy of military trucks, towing anti-aircraft guns, entered into a…

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News Briefs – September 25, 2012

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U.S. trade office bows to WTO ruling on Boeing The United States Trade Office says the U.S. government has responded to and complied with a World Trade Organization ruling that found the U.S. had provided illegal subsidies to Boeing. The U.S. and the European Union have been at odds over subsidies to the world’s top…

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Lockheed Martin delivers three F-35Bs to the U.S. Marine Corps

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Three Lockheed Martin F-35B short takeoff/vertical landing aircraft were officially delivered to the U.S. Marine Corps during ceremonies at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., Nov. 20. The three jets are assigned to Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121 residing with the host Marine Aircraft Group 13. ìFor more than 50 years, it has been our…

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Headlines: January 9, 2013

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Business KBR, guilty in Iraq negligence, wants taxpayers to foot the bill; Pictured: Smoke billowing from Boeing Dreamliner after explosion at Boston airport – the fourth mechanical failure in a month; Lockheed subsidiary to buy Aveos repair business, rehire some workers;     Space NASA space telescope shows there may be 17 billion Earth-like planets…

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News Briefs February 11, 2013

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Boeing sends 787 on test flight from Seattle Boeing sent a 787 up on a test flight Feb. 9, the first since the new airliner was grounded three weeks ago because of a battery fire. The aircraft took off from Boeing Field in Seattle and spent nearly two and a half hours flying back and…

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Headlines: March 18, 2013

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Business Boeing engineers to tally labor contract vote Boeing could face a strike by one-third of its engineering workforce if they reject a labor contract March 18. Boeing puts 787 battery through tough tests it once avoided To get its 787 Dreamliner flying again, Boeing is testing the plane’s volatile battery system to a rigorous…

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U.S. paying more for overseas bases in Germany, Japan, South Korea despite troop shifts

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The United States is footing more of the bill for overseas bases in Germany, Japan and South Korea even as the military reduces the number of American troops in Europe and strategically repositions forces in Asia, a congressional report says. The exhaustive, yearlong investigation by the Senate Armed Services Committee focused on costs and burden-sharing…

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Headlines May 20, 2013

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News United Airlines resumes flights of Boeing 787 Dreamliner Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner is poised to clear another hurdle in restoring its image as United Airlines, the only U.S. operator, resumes flights after the jet’s battery flaws forced a three-month grounding.   Business Carr is favorite to become BAE chairman Roger Carr, the long-standing chairman of…

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News Briefs June 24, 2013

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Remains of missing Korean War soldier returned The remains of a U.S. Army soldier from Missouri who disappeared in Korea in 1950 have been identified and returned to his family in Arkansas. The remains of Cpl. Marvin Omans arrived by plane June 21 in Little Rock where they were met by his sister – Dorothy…

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Headlines July 26, 2013

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News GPS flaw could let terrorists hijack ships, planes The world’s GPS system is vulnerable to hackers or terrorists who could use it to hijack ships – even commercial airliners, according to a frightening new study that exposes a huge potential hole in national security.   Business Arms makers boost profits despite Pentagon budget headwinds…

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