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October 8, 2007

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Off the Radar

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Arming for Imint

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Changing Dynamics

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Off the Radar

Israel used electronic attack in air strike against Syrian mystery target

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Arming for Imint

African constellation plans reflect rapid spread of cheap, high-performance imaging

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Changing Dynamics

NASA launch policy shift could add to ITAR woes, putting more pressure on U.S. exports

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New Challenge

Countermeasures added to MDA’s flight-test program

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Active Tornado

U.K. to follow AESA trials with an outing to the U.S.

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New Angles

Wind tunnel results point way forward for tailless oblique flying wing study

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Horse Trading

European nations avoid clash on Galileo procurement policy—for now

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Victorian Image

CAPE CANAVERAL The Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity, now 44 months into what were to have been just three-month missions, are beginning to explore terrain features strikingly different from their already diverse discoveries on Mars, now 87 million mi. from Earth.

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Resuscitation

WASHINGTON The U.S. Air Force plans to stick to the same requirements, funding and, if possible, fielding date for the next round of the Combat Search and Rescue-X (CSAR-X) program. After two upheld rounds of protests from losing bidders Sikorsky, with an S-92-based proposal, and Lockheed Martin/AgustaWestland, with a US101-based proposal, the Air Force agreed to issue an amendment to the original request for proposals, allowing for renewed submissions from CSAR-X competitors.

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Small Wonder

F-22 drops its first SDB, but not without test incident

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