October 28, 2019

PILOTS

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

INNOVATION

HEALTH CHECK

DEFENSE

SECRET SERVICE

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PILOTS

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

> FINDING ENOUGH SKILLED PILOTS IS SEEN AS A KEY INDUSTRY CHALLENGE > DEMAND IN NORTH AMERICA IS DRIVEN BY RETIREMENTS AND IN ASIA-PACIFIC BY GROWTH

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INNOVATION

HEALTH CHECK

> GROWTH IN COMPANY SPENDING ON R&D IS SLOWING > INNOVATION IS BEING OUTPACED BY OTHER INDUSTRIES

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DEFENSE

SECRET SERVICE

> RQ-180 FIRST FLIGHT BELIEVED TO HAVE OCCURRED IN 2010 > AT LEAST SEVEN VEHICLES HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED AND ARE IN OPERATION

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COMMERCIAL AVIATION

MORE THAN MAX

> BOEING ANNOUNCES 787 AND 777 RATE CUTS > MOVES NEEDED TO BRIDGE DEMAND AND PRODUCTION-ISSUE GAPS > COMPANY STILL SEES MAX RETURN IN LATE 2019, BUT DOUBTS LINGER

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SPACE

NASA Commercial Crew Providers Enter Fast-Paced Final Test Round

> BOEING STARLINER PAD ABORT TEST IS TARGETED FOR NOV. 4 > SPACEX’S WORK IS FOCUSED ON AN IMPROVED PARACHUTE SYSTEM FOR THE CREW DRAGON

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DEFENSE

Speed and Size Drive Advanced Options for U.S. Army's Armed Scout

> KAREM OFFERS HIGH-SPEED, ACTIVE-ROTOR COMPOUND > SIKORSKY PROPOSES DERIVATIVE OF COAXIAL-ROTOR S-97

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MISSILES

HITTING SMARTER

> EUROPEAN MISSILE TECH RESEARCH PAVES WAY TO COLLABORATIVE WEAPONS > MCM-ITP STUDIES DEVELOP TECHNOLOGIES UP TO TRL 4 > KEY FOCUS IS ON FUTURE ANGLO-FRENCH ANTI-SHIP, CRUISE MISSILE REQUIREMENTS

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PILOTS

Pilot Demand Means Pressure To Adapt Training

> EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMS ARE KEY > LONG-HELD ASSUMPTIONS NEED REVISITING > DATA-DRIVEN APPROACHES MUST BE EXAMINED

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COMMERCIAL AVIATION

Qantas Moves Closer to Project Sunrise Decision

> FIRST OF THREE FLIGHTS MADE TO PREPARE FOR PROJECT SUNRISE > NEW YORK-SYDNEY NONSTOP SERVICE TOOK 3 HR. LESS THAN ONE-STOP THROUGH LOS ANGELES

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PILOTS

U.S. Military Is Still Fighting Pilot Shortage

> PENTAGON LOOKS TO AUGMENTED REALITY TO REDUCE TRAINING COSTS > AVIATION BONUSES PLAY MAJOR ROLE IN RETENTION STRATEGY

OCTOBER 14-272019 NOVEMBER 11-242019