Jen DiMascio

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

Posts by Jen DiMascio

in Ares Sep 14, 2015

Lockheed Targeting Pod: What it Can See

Lockheed's planned advanced version of the pod adds short-wave infrared, high definition television and an improved image detector resolution....More

Aviation Week & Space Technology: Aug. 10 - Ground-based Air Defense

Aviation Week’s Aug. 10 issue takes a look a hot trend in defense – how to secure the air from the ground. Coverage will include....More
in From The Archives Jun 19, 2015

When The U.S. Army Air Forces Was Born

Seventy-four years ago, the U.S. Department of War created the Army Air Forces -- the predecessor to what has become the U.S. Air Force....More
in From The Archives Apr 28, 2015

When the Pentagon First Let Women Fly in Combat (1993)

Twenty-two years ago, the U.S. defense secretary proposed allowing women to fly in combat. Now, the first female fighter pilot is a member of....More

Aviation Week & Space Technology, April 13, Australian Defense

The April 13 issue of Aviation Week takes a deep look at the modernization of the Australian military....More

Aviation Week & Space Technology, March 16: Counterstealth and Electronic Warfare

The March 16 issue will update readers on some of the latest applications of Advanced Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar technology in the....More

Aviation Week & Space Technology – February 16: Asia-Pacific Defense

A February 16 package looks at manufacturing in Asia as well as defense programs and investments in India....More

Aviation Week & Space Technology – March 2: Advances in Civil Rotorcraft

Along with this year’s HeliExpo trade show in Orlando, Aviation Week editors will produce a special report on the civil rotorcraft industry....More
From The Archives

Aviation Week is approaching its 100th anniversary in 2016. In a series of blogs, our editors highlight editorial content from the magazine's long and rich history.

 

Jan 31, 2016
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Tupolev 104: Harsh Proof Of Rapid Soviet Progress (1956) 18

Since little detail was available of the Russian design and built Tupolev 104, a profile was compiled for Aviation Week, based entirely on observations from photographs, experts such as engineers knowledgeable in typical Russian aircraft design and of its landing at London Airport....More
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