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January 22, 2007

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Cashing Out

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

A Need to Succeed

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Space Control

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Cashing Out

General Electric begins a push back into systems arena as Smiths Group throws in its aerospace hand

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

A Need to Succeed

Time runs short for the White House to influence military events in Iraq

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Space Control

Chinese anti-satellite weapon test will intensify funding and global policy debate on the military uses of space

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Blind Spots

As Landsat planners scramble to minimize data gap, NAS warns of more shortfalls

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Under the Wire

France OKs buys of ICBM reentry vehicle, Mirage 2000 data link as it ratchets up defense orders before elections

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Fiercer Badger Spotted

China looks to equip its H-6 with long-range cruise missile to extend the aging platform’s combat utility

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Giove B Forces Galileo Industries Review

PARIS The European Space Agency is investigating problems that have arisen with the second Galileo testbed satellite to ensure they do not impact deployment of the satellite navigation system. ESA Director General Jean-Jacques Dordain told reporters last week the agency had formed three inquiry teams to look into difficulties that have delayed launch of the test unit, Giove B, for more than a year.

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ELECTRONIC WARFARE

Designer Ew

Researchers note that there is still time to save the U.S. Air Force’s stalled electronic warfare plans

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ELECTRONIC WARFARE

Hpm Gets Cheap

Light to boost destructive power and slash size of microwave weapons, sensors

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FALCON FLIGHT REPORT

New Life for Falcon 50s

Minimum-cost powerplant modification gains traction with trijet operators

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