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August 13, 2012

SPACE TECHNOLOGY

Advancing the Art

UNMANNED AIRCRAFT

Diverging Markets

UNMANNED AIRCRAFT

Unmanned Tanker

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SPACE TECHNOLOGY

Advancing the Art

Curiosity validates a new way to land on planets

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UNMANNED AIRCRAFT

Diverging Markets

Demand for unmanned aircraft looks strong for small systems

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UNMANNED AIRCRAFT

Unmanned Tanker

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UNMANNED AIRCRAFT

Airship Aloft

Northrop Grumman begins flight tests of Army’s persistent-surveillance hybrid airship

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UNMANNED AIRCRAFT

Thinking Small

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UNMANNED AIRCRAFT

ULB at Sea

Boeing’s Unmanned Little Bird completes autonomous ship-deck landings

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UNMANNED AIRCRAFT

Dig This

Skate UAV maps archaeological site

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MILITARY SPACE

Thorny Competition

Lawmakers question USAF’s efforts to foster competition in the launch market

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FACE TO FACE

CEO-Elect

It was hardly surprising when Lockheed Martin announced this spring that Chris Kubasik would succeed Robert J. Stevens as CEO at the start of 2013. The world’s largest defense contractor had telegraphed the move two years ago, when Stevens relinquished the title of president to Kubasik, who was once a partner at accounting giant Ernst & Young and joined the company in 1999.
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DEFENSE

Defensive Strategy

Embraer is targeting multibillion-dollar military contracts in Brazil

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