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February 11, 2008

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Stator Solution

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Design Options

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Russian Aviation Heads for Center

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Stator Solution

LOS ANGELES Investigations into the original thirdstage low-pressure turbine failure of the Pratt & Whitney F135 engine on Aug. 30, 2007, revealed a blade fatigue issue caused by the flow field from the stator ring immediately upstream.
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Design Options

Mitsubishi plays a key role In stealth demonstrator project

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Russian Aviation Heads for Center

MOSCOW Russia’s United Aircraft Corp. and government officials are proposing to relocate all of Moscow’s main aerospace companies to Zhukovsky in an audacious move to create a national aviation center. The plan is to be presented to President Vladimir Putin before the end of this month.

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PASSING THE BUCK

The Pentagon abdicates F-22, C-17 decisions in Fiscal 2009 budget plan

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'Fast Track' Slows

Electronic attack and network invasion trickle down to the tactical level

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Prez's Helo Stalls

White House and Pentagon can't agree, so budget plans leave program behind

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Flat Space Budget for Pentagon

WASHINGTON The Pentagon’s request for military space projects in Fiscal 2009 rose only slightly, despite concerns about protecting U.S. satellites after China’s 2007 antisatellite test. The Air Force’s Fiscal 2008 military space budget was $11.3 billion.

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No Change

Bush administration final budget request sticks to the Vision' for NASA

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Same Old Song and Dance

Bush budget request again cuts money for airports, and Congress reiterates its pledge to restore it

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Future of the ARTS

Inadequate funding leaves U.K. Defense Ministry struggling to support core upgrade program

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