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September 29, 2008

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

TEST OF STRENGTH

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Collateral Damage

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Dusk for DayJet

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

TEST OF STRENGTH

Credit tsunami hits aircraft financing, but strong balance sheets will help A&D companies weather the storm

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Collateral Damage

Financial turmoil expected to slow growth in MRO industry

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Dusk for DayJet

A unique, high-profile service simply runs out of cash

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Eye Spy

Rising demand for space intel imagery sees U.K. mull satellite investment

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Imperfect Vision

Lack of coherence could hamper British role in key European space surveillance effort

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Galileo Revving Up

PARIS Four British companies, including a U.K. affiliate of Lockheed Martin, are among 11 short-listed to negotiate six supply contracts for the main phase of the Galileo navigation satellite system. Under the dual-sourcing procedure put in place by the European Union in July, all 11 teams may end up concluding a contract.

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Hope Springs Eternal

Successful flight-test campaign shifts focus to German penetrator bomb's future

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Active Guidance

Denel Dynamics ponders development options for radar-guided air-to-air missile

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WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Fighter Handoff

Air Force may have found funds to keep Raptor line hot as F-35 ramps up

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WORLD NEWS & SECTION

Collision Course

NASA's lunar hardware is advancing as Congress mulls extra shuttle flights

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