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New Army network gets final check-out on way to field

Posted January 25, 2013 by Claire Heininger

As soldiers prepare to deploy with the Army’s new tactical communications network later this year, Army engineers are stretching the equipment to its limits to ensure it can support complex, on-the-move operations and extend the range of communications to the farthest edges of the battlefield. The Network Verification event for Capability Set 13, or CS…

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NASA chief technologist visits Mojave innovators

Posted February 1, 2013 by Raphael Jaffe

NASA photograph by Tom Tschida NASA Dryden engineer and project manager Jerry Budd shows off the recently completed 1/3-scale Twin Ventus glider center section that would be used to flight validate the aerodynamics of his Towed Glider Air-Launch concept to NASA chief technologist Mason Peck and deputy chief technologist Jim Adams as Dryden’s technology chief…

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Leland Melvin updated on Dryden’s education outreach

Posted February 13, 2013 by

NASA Dryden Flight Research Center's education team presented an overview of the center's education programs to NASA's Associate Administrator for Education Leland Melvin Feb. 8

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DARPA Experimental Aircraft Program to develop next generation of vertical flight

Posted February 25, 2013 by

One of the greatest challenges of the past half century for aerodynamics engineers has been how to increase the top speeds of aircraft that take off and land vertically without compromising the aircraft’s lift to power in hover or its efficiency during long-range flight. The versatility of helicopters and other vertical take-off and landing aircraft…

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Boeing to consolidate flight training facilities in North America

Posted March 11, 2013 by

Boeing photograph The Miami campus building, the largest campus in the Boeing Flight Services global training network. After the consolidation, Miami will be established as the pro forma training campus for Boeing in the Americas. Boeing announced March 8 it is consolidating flight training capabilities in North America ñ including 787 flight and maintenance training…

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Air Force endorses Raytheon’s Center Display Unit for F-16 cockpits

Posted March 18, 2013 by

Raytheon Technical Services Company LLC, a subsidiary of Raytheon Company, has received U.S. Air Force endorsement of its Center Display Unit as the F-16’s primary flight reference. Following the endorsement late last year, the Air Force awarded Raytheon a contract for full-rate production of the first 100 CDUs. A PFR is a requirement in all…

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Soldiers to get safer artillery rounds

Posted April 1, 2013 by David Vergun

Beginning March 2014, the Army will take delivery of new artillery rounds which will be safer, but which will also deliver the same performance as those currently used, said an engineer who has tested them. “Cost, performance and IM” were the deciding factors in the Army choosing IMX-101 to replace trinitrotoluene, called TNT for short,…

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State-of-the-art 3D printers cut costs, turnaround time

Posted April 3, 2013 by Justin Eimers

Engineers and technicians at Tobyhanna Army Depot, Penn., use a highly innovative, cutting-edge fabrication process to significantly cut costs and reduce turnaround time.

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Boeing successfully completes first flight of newest U.K. Chinook helicopter

Posted April 15, 2013 by

Boeing recently completed the first flight of the newest CH-47 Chinook heavy-lift helicopter for the United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force. The March 15 flight, at the Boeing helicopter facility near Philadelphia, Penn., happened ahead of schedule and confirmed initial airworthiness for the Mk6 Chinook. “This is a truly impressive achievement for both Boeing and the…

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Secretary favors ‘third party’ approach to engage Congress

Posted May 1, 2013 by David Vergun

Army leaders may not make the best advocates when it comes to convincing Congress and the American people which systems soldiers really need, said the Army's secretary.

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