Posts Tagged ‘featured’
 

Dassault Falcon photograph
0
comments
Business

Dassault’s new Falcon 2000S expected to beat initial performance targets

Posted May 23, 2012 by

Though barely one year into flight testing, Dassault’s newest aircraft, the twin-engine Falcon 2000S, is already demonstrating performance figures substantially higher than the capabilities announced...

Full Story »

Air Force photograph by SrA. Melanie Holochwost
0
comments
Defense

Marine Corps, Air Force pilots temporarily swap services

Posted June 12, 2012 by by SrA. Melanie Holochwost

Two instructor pilots assigned to the 310th Fighter Squadron are currently on very similar and overlapping career paths at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., as part of the Joint Service Pilot Exchange Program.

Full Story »

DOD photograph by Glenn Fawcett
0
comments
Defense

DOD will meet ‘aggressive’ efficiency goals, spokesman says

Posted June 20, 2012 by by Karen Parrish

The Defense Department "is on target to meet the aggressive efficiency goals set in the fiscal year 2012 budget," Pentagon Press Secretary...

Full Story »

NASA photograph by Tom Tschida
0
comments
Tech

NASA ER-2 No. 809 returns to flight

Posted July 2, 2012 by

NASA's ER-2 Earth Resources aircraft No. 809 took to the air June 28 on a functional check flight after completion of a year of modified periodic depot-level maintenance. The aircraft was literally broken down...

Full Story »

Air Force photograph by SSgt. David Salanitri
0
comments
Defense

CSAF’s ‘fini flight’ a ride of remembrance

Posted July 16, 2012 by by TSgt. Samuel King Jr.

When Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz climbed aboard the MC-130E Combat Talon I at Hurlburt Field, Fla., July 12, for his last flight as an active duty officer, he immediately began to reminisce on his flying career with special operations and the C-130 Hercules community.

Full Story »

Air Force photograph by MSgt. Jeremy Lock
0
comments
Defense

DOD approves plan to lift F-22 restrictions

Posted July 26, 2012 by by MSgt. Amaani Lyle

Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz said here July 24 the Air Force has data indicating the cause of the F-22 Raptor's hypoxia-related incidents stem from the quantity, not the quality, of oxygen available...

Full Story »

Army photograph by J.D. Leipold
0
comments
Veterans

Vets gather at Arlington to mark 70th anniversary of Guadalcanal

Posted August 9, 2012 by by J.D. Leipold

Seventy years after the Aug. 7, 1942, start to what would be a brutal, six-month-long battle over an island in the South Pacific, veterans of Guadalcanal gathered at Arlington National Cemetery....

Full Story »

featured_DFRC-ER2b
0
comments
Tech

NASA ER-2 collects Perseids meteor shower dust

Posted August 18, 2012 by staff

NASA's high-flying ER-2 science aircraft is looking deeper into the skies overhead this week...

Full Story »

featured_national-guard-hurricane
0
comments
Defense

Thousands of Guardsmen available to governors in Isaac’s path

Posted August 28, 2012 by

More than 33,500 National Guard personnel and nearly 100 aircraft are available to the governors of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, as Tropical Storm Isaac threatens states along the Gulf of Mexico, Defense Department officials said Aug. 27......

Full Story »

Photographs by Rebecca Amber
0
comments
Local

New LEAPS program featured on Aerotech NewsRadio

Posted September 6, 2012 by Rebecca Amber

Photographs by Rebecca Amber Deputy Mike Rust from the Lancaster Sheriff’s Department. Aerotech NewsRadio hosted live interview about the new Law Enforcement Aerial Platform System (LEAPS) Aug. 30. LEAPS began its 365-day contract between the City of Lancaster, Aeroview LLC. And Spiral Technology Inc. Aug. 24. In studio to talk about the system were President…

Full Story »