Dan Katz

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Program Dossier: B-2A Spirit 

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Definition:  The B-2A Spirit (often referred to simply as "The Stealth Bomber") is a U.S. low-observable, long-range, heavy bomber. It was built by Northrop Grumman, which remains the prime contractor for its sustainment and modernization. 

 

Program Dossier: B-1B Lancer 

Definition:  The B-1B Lancer (a.k.a. "The Bone") is a U.S. long-range, heavy bomber. It was produced by Rockwell International and is currently sustained by Boeing.

 

Requirements Dossier: F-3 

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Name: F-3

 

Description: The F-3 is the provisional name for Japan’s indigenous, fifth-generation fighter program. 

Program Dossier: Sukhoi Flanker 

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Definition:  The Sukhoi Su-27, Su-30, Su-33, Su-34 and Su-35 are variants of a fourth-generation, Russian twin-engine fighter bearing the NATO codename "Flanker." They are built by the Sukhoi Design Bureau.

 

Program Dossier: A-10 Thunderbolt II 

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Program Dossier: A-10 Thunderbolt II

Definition:  The A-10 Thunderbolt II, better known by its nickname "Warthog," is a U.S. close air support and forward air control fighter (in this secondary mission, it operates under the designation OA-10). It was built by Fairchild Republic Co. and is now sustained by Northrop Grumman. 

On the Floor at AUSA Part 2
This is the second gallery featuring some of the things Aviation Week editors saw at the Association of the U.S. Army show in Washington this week photographed by Dan Katz, Aviation Week Intelligence Network Defense Data Analyst.
 
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