June 23, 2008

World News & Analysis

Tanker Turn About

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Airbag Backup

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Big Boost

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Tanker Turn About

USAF's management missteps in KC-135 replacement program called a 'black eye'

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Airbag Backup

Orion designing partial airbags for 'contingency land landing'

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Big Boost

France targets increase in space and airlift to reduce urgent capability gap

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Memory Overload

Fast action by Phoenix controllers smoothes data flow from Mars. Ice evidence grows.

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Irish Stew

Irish 'no' vote and U.K. uncertainties threaten success of French NATO gambit

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Priming Poseidon

SEATTLE The first Boeing P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft is nearing completion, incorporating several design changes that should help it meet its range requirement. The modified 737 is facing some weight-target “challenges,” concedes a program official, adding that the first aircraft won’t be weighed for several months when the mission system is installed.

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Trial By Fire

Deployed troops could see first Fire Shadows in 2010

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Third Time Lucky

Saudi interest in additional Typhoons could solve U.K. Tranche 3 dilemma

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Dual-defense

Israel takes further steps on David's Sling, Iron Dome projects

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Continental Divide

PARIS WASHINGTON SAN FRANCISCO The repercussions in Europe to a new U.S. Air Force refueler competition could be huge and cascade well beyond defense industrial ties. Access to the European defense market for U.S. companies could be one of the first areas where the GAO decision will leave its mark.

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