January 18, 2010

ELECTRONIC WARFARE

Focusing EA

SPACE

Polar Opposites

ELECTRONIC WARFARE

Defeating IR Missiles

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ELECTRONIC WARFARE

Focusing EA

Next-Generation Jammer may offer a doorway to future non-kinetic warfare

2425
SPACE

Polar Opposites

Defense and civil agency infighting threatens next-generation U.S. weather satellite program

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ELECTRONIC WARFARE

Defeating IR Missiles

As threats to helicopters evolve, U.S. services tap into sensor fusion

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AIR TRANSPORT

Tokyo in Charge

Japan Airlines' restructuring risks upset of alliance balance of power

2021
EUROPEAN AEROSPACE

Pain Management

This year mirrors last as EADS faces sustained program snags and market concerns

2425
SPACE

Low Pass

Moon dust and atmosphere mission is the next step to follow earlier findings

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ELECTRONIC WARFARE

Lethal Ops

Low-altitude, small-arms fire pushes advanced helo protection across U.S. service branches

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COMMENTARY

MARKET FOCUS

A new poll by Morgan Stanley finds investors deeply divided about whether defense stocks will track, beat or lag the S&P 500 index in 2010. Respondents were bullish on General Dynamics Corp., bearish on Northrop Grumman Corp. and split down the middle on Lockheed Martin Corp. and split down the middle on Lockheed Martin Corp.

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DEFENSE

Overcoming Inertia

U.K. wrestles again with thorny task of implementing procurement reform

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ELECTRONIC WARFARE

Duck the Soup

U.S. Army, Darpa and industry work to deconflict communications while adding network capacity

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