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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 reconnaissance assets. A key piece of that will be the future of its Gray Eagle UAV program. Aviation Week’s Oct. 13 issue will look into the future for such tactical UAVs as well as the status of the Joint Air to Ground Missile program and the U.K.’s Brimstone, two weapons looking to ride on the Gray Eagle....More
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Aircraft Archeology in the High Adirondacks

Hiking seven miles to one of the tallest peaks in the Adirondacks -- in the rain -- is not most people's idea of fun, but when searching for one of the many airplane wrecks hidden among the upstate New York park's mountains, pain and discomfort are irrelevant. What was relevant was finding a hull of a Piper Cherokee 140 that crashed in the col between Mount Marshall and Iroquois Peak just after midnight on August 10, 1969....More
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Lockheed’s Stunning Spy Satellite Loss – And Comeback

In September 1999, the National Reconnaissance Office dumped its incumbent imagery satellite contractor, Lockheed Martin, in favor of a bolder and less costly proposal led by Boeing....More
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