Today's AvWeek stories


Stories from today you should check out if you missed them:

+ First Person: More With Less

Bill's interview for this month's Defense Technology Edition with Sweden's defense minister, Karen Enstrom

+ Pentagon Counter-IED Work Up For Grabs

About 13% of the $6.7 billion the Pentagon is slated to spend between fiscal 2011 and fiscal 2017 for fighting improvised explosive devices is still up for grabs 

+ EADS Eyes Future Vertical Lift As X3 Tours Washington

EADS North America is considering proposing Eurocopter’s X3 high-speed helicopter for the U.S. Army’s Joint Multi Role advanced rotorcraft technology demonstration. 

+ Navy, Marines Top Pentagon EW Investment

The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps are expected to outspend each of their sister services roughly two-to-one on electronic warfare programs during the next decade.

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