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NAWCWD manned for unmanned systems

Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division scientists, engineers, technicians and operators are involved in all levels of Unmanned Systems research, development, acquisition, testing and evaluation.

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NASA employees go ‘above and beyond’

Three NASA employees recently received the Exception Engineering Achievement Medal at Armstrong NASA Research Center, Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.

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Educating future workers

The Palmdale Aerospace Academy recently hosted the Antelope Valley Board of Trade business luncheon for September and the featured guest speaker was Christos Valiotis, physics professor at the Antelope Valley College.

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NASA’s Orion spacecraft, rocket move closer to first flight

NASA’s new Orion spacecraft and the Delta IV Heavy rocket that will carry it into space are at their penultimate stops in Florida on their path to a December flight test.

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TACP-M ties it all together

Embedded deep within an Army maneuver unit lies an airman.


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Veterans

Labor Department awards $29 million in grants to help veterans

Posted  June 28, 2013

More than 14,000 veterans across the nation will benefit from job training, job placement, housing help and other services, thanks to 121 grants totaling almost $29 million announced June 27 by officials of the Labor Department’s Veterans’ Employment and Training Service. The grants were awarded through the Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program, the only federal program…

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Air Force announces preferred alternative for security forces regional training center consolidation

Posted  June 28, 2013

Air Force officials announced June 27 that Fort Bliss, Texas, was chosen as the preferred alternative for the Security Forces Ground Combat Training Center while Camp Guernsey, Wyo. is a reasonable alternative. If selected as the final basing choice, Fort Bliss will host a training center, offering training courses for approximately 8,500 students per year….

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Jennies to jets to stealth: Bomb wing turns 90

Posted  June 28, 2013

From Jennies to jets to stealth bombers, the 131st Bomb Wing's history really began with its co-located flying squadron, now the 110th Bomb Squadron, which traces its roots back to the 110th Observation Squadron.

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Space

NASA’s Voyager 1 explores final frontier of our ‘solar bubble’

Posted  June 28, 2013

Data from Voyager 1, now more than 11 billion miles from the sun, suggest the spacecraft is closer to becoming the first human-made object to reach interstellar space. Research using Voyager 1 data and published in the journal Science June 27 provides new detail on the last region the spacecraft will cross before it leaves…

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Boeing delivers Canada’s first CH-147F Chinook helicopter

Posted  June 28, 2013

Boeing delivered the first of 15 new CH-147F Chinook helicopters to the Royal Canadian Air Force June 21, making Canada the operator of one of the most capable Chinook variants delivered to the global market.

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Concentration camp survivor to fighter pilot: ‘Freedom a beautiful thing’

Posted  June 28, 2013

From concentration camp survivor to fighter pilot in the world's greatest Air Force

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News Briefs June 26, 2013

Posted  June 26, 2013

U.S. IDs Vietnam War soldier remains The Pentagon says it has accounted for a northern Michigan soldier whose helicopter was shot down during the Vietnam War. The POW/Missing Personnel Office said June 25 that Army Spec. 5 John L. Burgess of Suttons Bay was crew chief aboard the helicopter that crashed June 30, 1970. The…

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Headlines June 26, 2013

Posted  June 26, 2013

News Army lays out plans to remove 80,000 soldiers; base communities brace for impacts The Army announced a massive restructuring of its force Tuesday, slashing 12 combat brigades and affecting military communities from Georgia to Washington state, as it prepares to cut 80,000 active-duty soldiers from its ranks over the next four years. Business Bombardier…

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Lockheed Martin’s final JLTV development vehicle rolls off assembly line

Posted  June 26, 2013

The final Lockheed Martin Joint Light Tactical Vehicle produced for the program’s Engineering, Manufacturing and Development phase has rolled off the assembly line, joining a fleet of previously completed vehicles that will be delivered for government testing and evaluation this summer. The Lockheed Martin team produced a total of 22 JLTV test vehicles, which were…

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Third F-35 for the U.K. Arrives at Eglin Air Force Base

Posted  June 26, 2013

The third Lockheed Martin F-35B Short Takeoff/Vertical Landing Lightning II for the United Kingdom arrived at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., June 25 where it will be used for pilot and maintainer training. U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Roger Hardy piloted the aircraft known as BK-3 (ZM137) on its 90-minute ferry flight from the Lockheed…

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