November 15, 1976

Editorial

A Total Airlift System

Management

Defense Budget to Spur Clash

Management

Inflation Boosts B-1 Unit Cost

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Editorial

A Total Airlift System

Future airlift requirements are closely related to the world economy, and therefore, international economic developments bear watching. Traditional indicators point to continued inflation and budgetary and financial constraints for both the civil and the military sectors.
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Management

Defense Budget to Spur Clash

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Management

Inflation Boosts B-1 Unit Cost

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Management

Labor, Lords Haggle on Nationalization

London—British Labor Government and House of Lords last week began a bitter confrontation over the bill to nationalize the British aerospace industry, when the government won a vote on limiting debate on Lords’ amendments by a margin of one.
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Viking Operations

Pasadena, Calif. —Viking orbiters and landers last week were placed on reduced operational status for the duration of solar conjunction. Conjunction, the period when Mars moves behind the sun, hampering communications with the spacecraft, will last through early December.
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Management

Forces Marshal in F-16/F-18L Battle

Washington—Opponents of the proposed land-based version of the McDonnell Douglas/Northrop F-18A Navy carrier air combat fighter for the export market are marshaling forces to attempt to block or severely delay the schedule for development of the aircraft.

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Business Flying

New Gulfstream Uses Advanced Design

New York—Major campaign to market the Gulfstream III advanced technology business jet is under way by Grumman American Aviation Corp. and Rolls-Royce following the unveiling of the design concept here last week. The aircraft will incorporate a supercritical wing and winglets for extended range and cruise performance.
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Management

Spey Sale to China Draws U. S Scrutiny

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Soviet Dissident Discloses Holocausts

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Spanish Payoff Probe

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