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Boeing, Malaysia Airlines celebrate 100th 737 delivery

Boeing and Malaysia Airlines celebrated the carrier's 100th 737 direct delivery Dec. 19.

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XCOR announces further progress on the XCOR Lynx spacecraft

The XCOR Lynx® suborbital spacecraft continues to make rapid progress towards final assembly.

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Army to launch cruise missile-detecting aerostat at Aberdeen Proving Ground

Sometime early next week, the Army expects to launch the first of two tethered aerostats from a ground base at White Marsh, Md., just north of Baltimore.

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AF delivers Iraqi F-16s for training in US

Air Force photograph by SrA. Jordan Castelan Iraqi air force captain Hama conducts preflight inspections while inside a new to service Iraqi F-16 Fighting Falcon Dec. 17, 2014, located at the nearby Tucson International Airport, Ariz. Hama was part of the first class of Iraqi students training with the 162nd Wing to further enhance interoperability…

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Short-notice: A new way to exercise

When 1st Lt. Matt Lavigne's phone rang late Dec. 10, he knew it was time to scramble into action.


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Defense cuts could hit civilian workforce

Posted  July 30, 2012

Tens of thousands of civilian employees in the Defense Department could receive warnings about potential layoffs four days before the November election if impending spending cuts aren’t averted, hitting presidential battleground states such as Virginia and Florida hard. The alerts would come in addition to any that major defense contractors might send out at the…

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Training exercises enhance international relations

Posted  July 30, 2012

Central Colombia and southern Nevada are vastly different locations. The terrain, weather and operational environments between each location vary to the extremes. So what drives an air force to briefly trade the...

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Business

Airbus owner EADS ups targets, delays A350

Posted  July 30, 2012

Airbus parent company EADS NV July 27 announced a further delay to its new A350 aircraft as it reported second-quarter earnings that almost quadrupled from a year ago. Net profit at the Leiden, Netherlands-based European Aeronautic Defence & Space Company was $567 million, up from $148 million in the same period a year ago. Sales…

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Boeing receives 10th WGS satellite order from U.S. Air Force

Posted  July 30, 2012

Boeing has received a $338.7 million contract modification from the U.S. Air Force to produce and launch a tenth Wideband Global SATCOM satellite.

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Business

Lockheed Martin’s Gyrolinkâ„¢ selected for U.S. Army’s R-VOSS program

Posted  July 30, 2012

Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $21.4 million contract from the U.S. Army for its commercial GyroLinkâ„¢ system for the Remote – Vehicle Optics Sensor System program. GyroLink provides a real-time full motion video network that transmits video across military vehicles at significant distances. This allows members of a route-clearance patrol to use monitors inside…

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News Briefs – July 30, 2012

Posted  July 30, 2012

Mechanical failure blamed in Arizona Harrier crash Military officials say early findings point to mechanical failure in the crash of a U.S. Marine Corps Harrier attack jet on a training mission in southwestern Arizona. The AV-8B Harrier went down July 25 afternoon about 15 miles northwest of the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma near the…

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Lockheed Martin-ARINC team bid for Air Force rapid deployment ATC radar

Posted  July 30, 2012

Industry team Lockheed Martin and ARINC has submitted its proposal for a new, transportable air traffic control radar system that will enable...

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Old Crows host ‘arming the spectrum warrior’ symposium

Posted  July 30, 2012

The Association of Old Crows host the 49th Annual AOC International Symposium & Convention in Phoenix, Ariz. Themed, “Arming the Spectrum Warrior,” this event held at the Phoenix Convention Center Sept. 23-26, brings together experts in the fields of electronic warfare, offensive cyber operations and information operations. These experts provide insight and facilitate professional discussions…

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Space

Report calls NASA essential for national security

Posted  July 30, 2012

Maintaining and advancing an international leadership role in space is an essential component of national security for the United States, according to a new report published by TASC, Inc. The report details ways in which NASA can strengthen the country’s national space security posture, foster international collaboration and benefit the economy, even during times of…

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R.A.T.S. research may teach rodents to detect explosives

Posted  July 30, 2012

A rat may never be man’s best friend, but the Rugged Automated Training System research sponsored by scientists with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, in collaboration with engineers at West Point...

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