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November 23, 2015

HUMAN_SPACEFLIGHT

The Big Rocket

100 YEARS OF AVIATION WEEK

Qu est for Speed

PROPULSION

Test Tales

6465

HUMAN_SPACEFLIGHT

The Big Rocket

Exploration engineers and scientists are planning ambitious Space Launch System applications

5051

100 YEARS OF AVIATION WEEK

Qu est for Speed

How airplanes got faster quickly— and then leveled off

6061

PROPULSION

Test Tales

First Leap completes certification tests, but other models and endurance work remain

6869

TECHNOLOGY

Secure by Design

Mathematically exact software analysis and design reduce cybervulnerability in flight tests

5657

SIMULATION AND TRAINING

Virtual Skies

System bridges gap between flight simulation and flying the aircraft

5455

SIMULATION AND TRAINING

Real Deal

Lessons learned deliver training and simulation edge for Canada

2627

DEFENSE

France at War

In wake of terrorist attacks, Paris is redirecting its military posture and spending

5455

SIMULATION AND TRAINING

Point Break

Educational and simulator technologies are blended for training

3031

PROPULSION

Turbo Titans

Advanced turboprop family launches on back of new Textron single-engine concept

2627

DEFENSE

On Hold

Washington With Northrop Grumman’s work on the Long-Range Strike Bomber (LRS-B) halted pending a government audit of a protest, the big question ahead for the U.S. Air Force is just how long it will take to field the aircraft. Northrop Grumman won the contract, for an undisclosed amount, Oct. 27.

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