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‘Sentient data’ may one day augment Soldier capability

"Sentient data" that can feel and perceive things might one day protect Soldiers and their networks, a leading scientist said.

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New lab opens at Lockheed Martin’s Silicon Valley site

Lockheed Martin has opened a new state-of-the-art laboratory in Silicon Valley for the development of next-generation seekers that will help the U.S. Missile Defense Agency defend against increasingly complex missile threats.

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AEDC conducts space environment test for U.S. Navy

The Space and Missiles Combined Test Force at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex recently completed its first Space Threat Assessment Test & Evaluation for the U.S. Navy.

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Annual Experimental Fly-In great success

Mojave Air and Space Port was the place to be April 18-19 for aerospace enthusiasts, during the Fourth Annual Mojave Experimental Fly-in.

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Technology project at Range G focuses on boundary layer transition testing

Boundary layer transition tests have not occurred in the hypervelocity ballistic Range G facility at Arnold Engineering Development Complex for many years but this is changing as a result of a new technology project.


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GA-ASI successfully tests SAA system components aboard Predator B

Posted  December 13, 2013

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc., a leading manufacturer of Remotely Piloted Aircraft, tactical reconnaissance radars, and electro-optic surveillance systems, announced Dec. 12 the completion of the first of several planned flight tests of a Sense and Avoid architecture and Self Separation functionality. This marks the first time the system has functioned as a true “system…

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Boeing issues statement on IAM talks, plans South Carolina expansion activities

Posted  December 13, 2013

Boeing and the International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers District 751 have completed a third day of meetings following an attempt last month to secure a contract extension. Dec. 12, in response to a proposal presented Dec. 11 by the union to secure 777X work in the Puget Sound region, Boeing presented a best…

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Machinists give Boeing 777X proposal for Wash.

Posted  December 13, 2013

On the second day of talks between Boeing Commercial Airplanes officials and Machinists union leaders, the union said Dec. 11 it presented a preliminary proposal for a contract that would mean much of the work on the company’s new 777X jet would be done in the Puget Sound region. The proposal would secure wing fabrication…

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DARPA takes robots to disaster mitigation trials

Posted  December 13, 2013

Next week, 17 teams will take their multi-limbed, capable-looking robots through eight realistic disaster-response tasks that will make up the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Robotics Challenge Trials Dec. 21-22 at Florida’s Homestead-Miami Speedway.

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Private space vehicle innovators to headline at economic outlook event

Posted  December 13, 2013

Senior executives of two companies partnered in pioneering civilian space travel and new commercial space business will be among the speakers for the Feb. 21, 2014 Antelope Valley Business Outlook Conference at Southern Californiaís Mojave Air and Space Port. The Antelope Valley Board of Trade, organizer of the annual day-long event, announced that George T….

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TAI delivers first center fuselage to Northrop Grumman under JSF/F-35 program

Posted  December 13, 2013

Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc., a subcontractor to Northrop Grumman, delivered its first F-35 Lightning II center fuselage to Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin at a ceremony held at TAI’s facilities in Ankara, Turkey, Dec. 11, 2013. This is the first F-35 center fuselage manufactured by TAI as an international manufacturing partner to Northrop Grumman. The…

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Air Force’s top officer outlines tough budget decisions

Posted  December 13, 2013

With sequestration cemented as law into the foreseeable future, the Air Forces top officer Dec. 11 discussed some tough choices the service faces as its leaders try to pare $12 billion from the budget. In the final session of the Joint Chiefs of Staff series at the American Enterprise Institute here, Air Force Chief of…

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Northrop Grumman reinvents satellite communications for aircraft

Posted  December 13, 2013

In one year, Northrop Grumman took a satellite communications system normally used in space and transformed it into a high-functioning, low-cost communications system that can be used on aircraft.

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Boeing realigns research, technology unit for growth, productivity

Posted  December 13, 2013

Boeing announced Dec. 12 it will establish technology research centers in Alabama, California, Missouri, South Carolina and Washington as it continues to lay the foundation for increased competitiveness and future growth. The company will restructure its Boeing Research & Technology organization, the company’s central research-and-development unit, through the establishment of research centers in Huntsville, Ala.;…

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Headlines December 11, 2013

Posted  December 11, 2013

News New budget deal still leaves big DOD funding gap Capitol Hill’s budget deal is good news for the Pentagon. But it is unlikely to eliminate the need to set in motion long-term money-saving measures such as reducing troop levels, delaying weapons programs and making controversial cuts to military pay and benefits. Lawmakers reach deal…

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