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February 25, 2008

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

THE VALUE OF X

World News & Analysis

Flight Data

World News & Analysis

Ambiguous Intercept

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

THE VALUE OF X

New intelligence aircraft will fire electrons, invade networks—maybe

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World News & Analysis

Flight Data

Long-planned Ares I-X test instrumented for vibration

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World News & Analysis

Ambiguous Intercept

Impact of the satellite shootdown both lauded and damned

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World News & Analysis

On the Horizon

Military readiness after Iraq troubles Democrats in Congress

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Down and Up

Endeavour poised to deliver new ISS hardware following return of Atlantis

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Late Arrival, Early Departure

Operational pressures will have long-term effect on British tactical airlifter fleet

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Fulcrum Snaps

Algeria loses patience with Moscow over MiG-29SMT program

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‘Renegade’ Team

THE HAGUE NATO and Russia are preparing for a key live test of the Cooperative Airspace Initiative on airspace surveillance and air traffic coordination in March, according to NATO. The Cooperative Airspace Initiative (CAI), being developed under the auspices of the NATO-Russia Council, is the first NATO-Russian system of its kind to be fielded and aims to strengthen capabilities required to deal with so-called “renegade” situations in which aircraft are suspected of being controlled by terrorists.

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SATELLITE BUSINESS

Fill 'er Up

Strong growth in TV, broadband and emerging markets fuels continued satcom expansion

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SATELLITE BUSINESS

Harbinger of Change

Asian projects underscore growing vigor of MSS sector, but private fund investments point to consolidation

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