May 16, 2005

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

United No More

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Spring Cleaning

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Radar Revisited

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United No More

Other struggling U.S. legacy airlines take notice as bankruptcy court lets United out of pension promises

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Spring Cleaning

EADS leaders face weighty decision on several topics: its management team, A350 and MBDA

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Radar Revisited

U.S. space system on chopping block again due to a muddled program strategy

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What’s Ahead

New regional, defense offerings emerge on the planning horizon for Embraer

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Transatlantic Tango

Army’s Sherpa replacement effort features two U.S./European teams

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Another Look

NASA rethinking lunar orbit rendezvous for accelerated crew vehicle procurement

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Squaring Off

Northrop Grumman, General Atomics in the running for Army’s reconnaissance UAV

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Going Nuclear

British review options for Trident follow-on as services jockey for position

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Virtual Air War

British look at potential of combat aircraft simulators to provide mission-rehearsal and interoperability training

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Tank Swap

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER The STS-114 orbiter Discovery shuttle return-to-flight vehicle will be switched to the external tank and solid rocket boosters originally planned for the Atlantis STS-121 follow-on mission, set for September.

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