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November 27, 2017

‘No Place To Hide’

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Final Push

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End of the Line?

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‘No Place To Hide’

Boeing P-8A Poseidon’s ‘tripwire’—MQ-4C Triton— prepped for U.S. Navy service from Guam

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COMMERCIAL AVIATION

Final Push

Last 787-10 flight-test phases focus on revised flight control software, fuel burn validation

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COMMERCIAL AVIATION

End of the Line?

Airbus still believes a large Emirates order can rescue the A380, but long-term success is doubtful

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SIMULATION AND TRAINING

Expanding Footprint

CAE seeks avenues for growth in Canada

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MAX Milestones

First 737-7 fuselage set for loading on Renton line as 737-10 nears firm configuration

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Feedback

The recent articles about hypoxia and hypoxia-like cockpit events (Nov. 13-26, pp. 58-60) discussed cabin pressure, oxygen levels and various breathing device designs/flaws. But I was surprised to see no mention of monitoring actual levels of oxygen in the pilots’ blood.
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TECHNOLOGY

Powerful Pairing

MIT’s design/build challenges push the UAV envelope for Pentagon customers

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SPACE

NEW MOON

Fifty years after Apollo, the Moon is a rising star in commercial and government space exploration initiatives

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DEFENSE

F-35 for the UAE?

Abu Dhabi maneuvers to buy the F-35, but the deal hinges on protecting critical information

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First Take

Russia’s Beriev A-100 airborne early warning and control aircraft made its first flight from Taganrog on Nov. 18. The A-100 is based on an Ilyushin Il-76MD-90A airlifter, with a Vega Corp. active, electronically scanned array radar in the rotodome. It is to begin replacing the A-50 and A-50U in 2020.
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