April 12, 2004

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

THE ENGINES IT KNOWS

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Up in the Air

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Tank Tech

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THE ENGINES IT KNOWS

Boeing selects GE’s Gen X, Rolls-Royce’s Trent 1000 for 7E7

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Up in the Air

Being left out as a 7E7 engine contender is a mixed bag for Pratt & Whitney

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Tank Tech

Tests show fix of X-33 composite flaw; technology studied for future vehicles

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A Test for Einstein

Gravity Probe-B experiment aims to prove or disprove theory of general relativity

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USAF Quandary

Unsettled aircraft programs leave room for changes to creep into long-terms plans

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Reassessing Needs

Navy officials hint they may be open to buying a larger intel-gathering aircraft

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Better Intel

The Pentagon plans to deploy more intelligence tools to hunt insurgents in Iraq

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Roll On, Rovers!

Nine billion web hits prove ongoing public interest: Engineers forecast ops into the fall

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Mutual Kill

Raytheon, MBDA each set to notch-up a victory in tussle for export-missile market share

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Number Nine

WASHINGTON Russia is preparing to launch three men to the International Space Station on Apr. 19-a Russian and an American who drew the Expedition 9 assignment only in January, and a Dutch astronaut who will spend nine days on the station before returning with the Expedition 8 crew.

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