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October 26, 2015

MISSILE DEFENSE

Bringing the Heat

100 YEARS OF AVIATION WEEK

Technology Steppingstones

100 YEARS OF AVIATION WEEK

Shape and Sizes

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MISSILE DEFENSE

Bringing the Heat

Though late and costly, Sbirs is finally sparking an ‘explosion’ of infrared space products

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100 YEARS OF AVIATION WEEK

Technology Steppingstones

Part of the DNA of the modern airliner can be found in the Junkers F.13, a four-passenger, low-wing cantilever monoplane that was clad in corrugated metal skin. First flown in 1919, the Hugo Junkers-designed aircraft was an instant step change from its wood-and-fabric biplane contemporaries, and highly durable.
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100 YEARS OF AVIATION WEEK

Shape and Sizes

Search for cabin comfort leads to twin-aisles and twin-decks

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TECHNOLOGY

Ice Hunters

Researchers fly into tropical storms to evaluate possible warning methods for core icing events

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TECHNOLOGY

Eating Ash

On-wing ash ingestion test could limit airspace disruption after volcanic eruptions

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COMMERCIAL AVIATION

Branching Out

Cebu Pacific targets long-haul markets to help fuel expansion

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DEFENSE

Engine Trouble

V-22 mishap leads to tight flight restrictions

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Reality Bites

Reality Bites

Only South Korea is surprised to find out U.S. systems are not freely available for KF-X

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DEFENSE

High Fiber

U.S. Army's demo of a 60-kW weapon will be key step in maturing fiber-laser technology

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First Take

Lockheed Martin flew the upgraded F-16V, equipped with Northrop Grumman’s APG-63 active, electronically scanned array radar, for the first time Oct. 21. The -V configuration is being developed to upgrade Taiwan’s -A/-Bs and F-16s operated by other nations.
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