May 23, 2005

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

China’s Lunar March

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Guarding the Turf

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Counterattack

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China’s Lunar March

More ambitious manned flights, lunar projects boost Chinese aerospace technologies

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Guarding the Turf

Defense sees savings from blending active, Reserve units; lawmakers line up to protect home-state bases

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Counterattack

Airbus fights back. The manufacturerer redefines A350, eyes 100-plus orders at the Paris air show.

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More with Less

USAF reduces number but increases size of fighter, transport squadrons in BRAC

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Betting on a Boom

Plans for business shuttle, VIP aircraft reflect burgeoning high-end bizjet demand

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Bump in the Road

Airbus reviews A380 plans as it confronts schedule realities

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Upstart

Fresh from LJ/VLJ launch, Embraer mulls large-cabin, midsize models

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Tightening Focus

Next Mars lander may slip as NASA works to meet near-term priorities

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Jassm Spasms

Lockheed Martin cruise missile goes awry in two recent tests

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Cash Crunch

LONDON The British government is under pressure for an early-and positive-decision on launch investment for the Airbus A350, a move that will put London at loggerheads with Washington. Senior aerospace industry officials have written to Prime Minister Tony Blair, and Gordon Brown, head of the government’s finance ministry, urging support for the A350.

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