Jen DiMascio

Managing Editor, Defense, Space & Security, Aviation Week & Space Technology

Posts by Jen DiMascio

in Ares Nov 24, 2014

Sec Def Hagel to Resign

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to step down after successor is confirmed....More

Aviation Week & Space Technology, Oct. 13 Army ISR and Weapons

As the war in Afghanistan continues its drawdown, it will be time for the Army to reconcile its post-war intelligence, surveillance and....More

AW&ST, Sept. 29, The Future of Space Cooperation

In the run-up to the International Astronautical Congress, Aviation Week explores ways in which changing political alliances may alter cooperation....More

Aviation Week & Space Technology, Sept. 15, Air Power

What is the Air Force considering as a E8-C Joint Stars fleet replacement?....More

Aviation Week & Space Technology, Sept. 8, Mars Missions

Mars missions from the U.S. and India enter Martian orbit in mid-September....More

Aviation Week & Space Technology, Small Satellites, Aug. 4

How do small satellites maintain their edge in an environment where technology is constantly being updated? With smartphones, of course....More
in Ares Jun 11, 2014

Q&A: President of Airbus in India

With the election of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the defense industry is elated. Not only is his new government planning to speed up long-stalled....More

Aviation Week & Space Technology – Human Exploration, June 23

With limited budgets and political realities, industry seeks a practical path to Mars....More

Aviation Week & Space Technology – Space Solar Power, June 9

Engineers in the U.S., Europe, Japan and China are developing new technologies to collect sunlight in space and feed it to electrical grids on Earth....More

Aviation Week & Space Technology – R&D: Where Defense Companies Are Placing Bets, June 9

The Pentagon has called on industry to invest more of its own dollars to generate advancements. Aviation Week’s June 9 edition will delve into how....More

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