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News briefs – October 12, 2012

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U.S. military deaths in Afghanistan at 2,007   As of Oct. 9, 2012, at least 2,007 members of the U.S. military had died in Afghanistan as a result of the U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan in late 2001, according to an Associated Press count. At least 1,666 military service members have died in Afghanistan as a…

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NASA Dryden F/A-18 to chase ‘FaINT’ sonic booms

Posted October 26, 2012 by timchisham

NASA photograph by Jim Ross NASA’s F/A-18B mission support aircraft 852 is pictured flying over the high desert near the Tehachapi Mountains northwest of Mojave, Calif. The aircraft will be flying a series of low-supersonic, high-altitude flight profiles during the Farfield Investigation of No Boom Threshold, or FaINT, flight research project at NASA Dryden. NASA’s…

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Tech News   NASA to test space-sleep colour-changing lights;     NASA to test space-sleep color-changing lights;     Has World War II carrier pigeon message been cracked?;     International News   United Kingdom Ministry of Defence to sell part of its radio spectrum;     British troops ‘most vulnerable’ during Afghan withdrawal;  …

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Headlines: January 28, 2013

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Business Boeing 787 safety regulations eased by Japan in aim to fast track Dreamliner’s rollout Japan’s government stepped in to give Boeing’s now-grounded 787 Dreamliner and its made-in-Japan technology a boost in 2008 by easing safety regulations, fast-tracking the rollout of the groundbreaking jet for Japan’s biggest airlines, according to records and participants in the…

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News Briefs March 1, 2013

Posted March 1, 2013 by timchisham

Remains of Korean War soldier arrive in Calif. A soldier who went missing during the Korean War more than 60 years ago is finally coming home. A flag-draped coffin containing the remains of Army Pfc. Roosevelt Clark arrived Wednesday morning at Los Angeles International Airport from Hawaii. Members of Clark’s family were on hand as…

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Headlines April 3, 2013

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Space Starburst! Incredible rainbow image that shows what REALLY happens when a giant star dies Astronomers have managed to study the death throes of a giant star in unprecedented detail. A team of astronomers led by the International Center for Radio Astronomy Research have produced an astonishing image of their observation of Supernova 1987A.  …

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News Briefs May 6, 2013

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One German soldier killed, one wounded in Afghanistan The German military says one of its soldiers has been killed and another one wounded in fighting with insurgents in northern Afghanistan. It said May 5 the soldiers were accompanying an Afghan-led military operation in Baghlan province when they came under fire Saturday. It says the troops called…

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Headlines June 10, 2013

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News Growing concern over U.S. military components made in China The Pentagon is becoming increasingly worried about relying on military components that are made in China. Business U.S. clears GenCorps, Rocketdyne deal after DOD request Aerospace company GenCorp Inc. has been given U.S. antitrust approval to buy rocket engine manufacturer Rocketdyne at the request of…

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Headlines July 15, 2013

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Business Boeing forced to play waiting game in Dreamliner fire probe Planemaker Boeing, desperate to reassure customers that its flagship Dreamliner plane is safe, may have to wait several days for the first signs of what caused a fire at London’s Heathrow Airport July 12.   Defense Lockheed F-35 may stay protected, Pentagon’s buyer says…

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Headlines August 9, 2013

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Business Budget cuts hurt Rheinmetall to Cobham as U.S. protects programs European defense companies from Rheinmetall AG to Cobham Plc are bearing the brunt of government budget cuts, contrasting with a more upbeat outlook in the United States, where companies are still showing resilience to reductions. Raytheon’s sole role on $7 billion jammer questioned A…

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