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Judge rules for Boeing in whistleblower lawsuit

Posted October 10, 2014 by Roxana Hegeman

Three former workers at the Boeing plant in Wichita, Kansas, who filed a whistleblower lawsuit against the aircraft maker and one of its suppliers failed to show Boeing defrauded the U.S. government in a $1.6 billion contract, a federal judge ruled Oct. 8. U.S. District Judge Monti Belot summarily ruled in favor of Boeing and…

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Headlines November 10, 2014

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News: President Obama authorizes 1,500 more troops for Iraq – President Obama Nov. 7 authorized up to 1,500 more U.S. troops to join the training and advise-and-assist mission in Iraq against Islamic militants, the White House announced.   Business: Industry girds for a ‘maverick’ armed services panel – “He’s coming for all of us,” said the serious…

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Headlines December 17, 2014

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News: U.S. Air Force tanker platform slated for year-end debut – Boeing is planning for first flight of its 767-2C – upon which the U.S. Air Force’s new KC-46 tanker will be based – by year’s end, six months late. Northrop Grumman wins $657.4 million deal to supply drones to South Korea – Northrop Grumman has won…

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News Briefs – September 13, 2012

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Defense contractor relocating to Albuquerque   Defense contractor Air USA is moving is corporate headquarters to New Mexico. Company officials joined Gov. Susana Martinez and Mayor Richard Berry Sept. 12 to announce they are moving from Quincy, Ill., to Albuquerque. The company provides fighter jets and support teams for military training missions. It is expected…

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News briefs, November 7th 2012

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British prime minister in Gulf seeking to boost military ties   British Prime Minister David Cameron is visiting Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to expand military and trade links despite strained relations over probes into human rights issues. A main goal of Cameron’s trip to the two Gulf states is to push through…

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From elsewhere around the web, today’s Aerospace and Defense Industry headlines……

Posted December 28, 2012 by

Business Problems with new 787 Dreamliner continue to plague Boeing;     Technology The amazing moment an unmanned rocket was launched thousands of feet into the air and landed in its original position; What are the health risks of space travel?; U.K. government to fund research into grapheme uses;     International China’s Beidou GPS-substitute…

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News Briefs February 4, 2013

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Navy sets cost controls at Maine sub shipyard A U.S. Navy admiral says new cost-control measures will impact Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. Foster’s Daily Democrat says Adm. Jonathan Greenert, chief of naval operations, wrote in a Jan. 25 memo that the Navy is looking to reduce “base operating support” by 10 percent in the coming year….

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News Briefs March 22, 2013

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Congress spares military’s tuition aid program Congress has spared the military’s tuition assistance program from the budget knife. The House cleared a bill March 21 to keep the government running. It includes a provision reversing the decision by the Army, Air Force and Marine Corps to suspend the program. Faced with some $43 billion in…

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News Briefs April 22, 2013

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Yemen officials: U.S. drone kills two militants Yemeni army officials say a U.S. drone strike has killed two suspected al Qaeda militants east of the capital, sparking a retaliatory attack on a military checkpoint. It’s the third suspected U.S. drone strike in less than a week in Yemen. The officials in Marib province say at…

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News Briefs May 24, 2013

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Air Force general vows to protect quality of weapons work The commander of the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., says budget cuts are hitting the Albuquerque installation’s staff and operations but that the safety, security and reliability of the weapons themselves won’t be affected. Maj. Gen. Sandra Finan says…

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