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January 12, 2009

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Bugging the Bugs

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Maritime Advance

WORLD NEWS & ANALYSIS

Russian Rider

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Bugging the Bugs

Spying insects shed their military and political innocence

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Maritime Advance

India breaks the ice for Boeing on international P-8 orders

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Russian Rider

Shuttle will carry hardware to ease Soyuz crunch at ISS

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Digital Makeover

As electronic warfare growth explodes, industry improvises to keep up

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Fa-50 Approved

Seoul's new attack aircraft will go ahead, but without an AESA radar

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Second Chances

Boeing tries to cover all of its bases by offering ARH alternatives to U.S. Army

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Pulse Power

General Electric takes pole position in Darpa's full-scale hypersonic engine contest

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New War, Fresh Ideas

Israel's battles in the Gaza Strip appear to show innovation and might

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Need for Speed

ORLANDO, FLA. The U.S. Air Force remains interested in a high-speed, long-range strike aircraft despite the decision to stay subsonic for its Next-Generation Bomber and cancellation of the Blackswift hypersonic demonstrator. A subsonic bomber was chosen because the technology for a highly survivable supersonic aircraft was not mature enough to meet the 2018 service-entry goal, says Ronald Paul, chief scientist for the Air Force Research Laboratory’s air vehicles directorate.

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LAUREATES 2009

Aviation Week & Space Technology This Yer's High Achievers

MARK T. BOTTENFIELD, U.S. Air Force Materiel Command (Wright-Patterson AFB), has provided leadership in the use of unmanned aircraft systems in the global war on terrorism, including: •Assembling and leading a team that successfully integrated the Joint Direct Attack Munition with the MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle system to produce a fully functioning weapon a year earlier than scheduled.
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