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September 24, 2007

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Brothers in Arms

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Commercial-milspace Nexus

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Fighting From Home

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Brothers in Arms

Europe may join forces on military space, but conflicting priorities and budget pressures abound

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Commercial-milspace Nexus

Bush space policy goal advanced as China plans defense laboratory push

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Fighting From Home

Guardsmen are gearing up to conduct more combat missions from the U.S.

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

New Heights

Bizjet industry’s globalization drives record growth

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Looking Up

Go-ahead for European space surveillance system appears increasingly likely

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Damage Assessment

A400M service entry date in flux as engine flight continues to slip

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

New Scheme for Galileo and Egnos

PARIS The European Commission is hoping proposed changes in running and funding the Galileo and Egnos sat ellite navigation systems will lead to a quick resolution of problems threatening their future. The revamp proposal was submitted last week to the European Parliament and the European Council, which in June agreed to abandon the public-private partnership arrangement that had been set up to manage and fund deployment of the 30-satellite system (AW&ST June 18, p. 44).

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Saudi Succession

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Head Start

Gulfstream 11 risk-reduction flight tests key to Northrop Grumman’s strategy for BAMS

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VERY LIGHT JETS

Course Correction

Finding that mass producing jets is easier said than done, Eclipse Aviation turns to the automotive industry for help

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