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Aviation Week & Space Technology, September 16, 2019

Defense

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Marine Corps Set To Revise Order Split Between F-35Bs And F-35Cs

Sep 13, 2019
A new strategic blueprint implies broad changes in Marine Corps aviation fleet, starting with F-35 orders.
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From Soviet-Style C2 Approach To DARPA’s Mosaic

Sep 13, 2019
As the foundation of U.S. military dominance becomes a vulnerability, DARPA makes push for decentralizing
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UK Tempest Initiative Draws Allies

Sep 13, 2019
British-Italian agreements call for alignment on Eurofighter upgrades, and the creation of industrial and collaborative frameworks to work on Tempest.
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MBDA Shaping New Weaponry For Tempest

Sep 13, 2019
MBDA proposing weapons bay launched short-range air-to-air missiles for Tempest.
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Japanese Ministry Proposes ‘Launch’ Of Future Fighter In Fiscal 2020

Sep 10, 2019
Budget request proposes setting up a program office and launching development—but does not yet estimate costs for the coming year.
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Sensors For Future Fighter Take To The Air

Sep 12, 2019
Following airframe and engine demonstrators for its next combat aircraft, Japan flies an integrated suite of radar, passive RF and infrared sensors.
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South Korean Ministry Seeks Development Budget Surge

Sep 09, 2019
The KAI KF-X program is a factor in the South Korean defense ministry’s 2020 budget request of 50 trillion won.
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U.S. Air Force B-52 Upgrades Kick Off With Focus On Strong Early Start

Sep 09, 2019
Overlapping upgrade programs are putting pressure on B-52 fleet capacity.
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The Week in Defense, Sept. 12-19, 2019

Sep 12, 2019
USAF to pack the B-1 with more weapons; Trump fires national security advisor Bolton; Sweden’s defense budget gets a boost; Virtual war game planned for Finland’s fighter contest.
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かつてのC2アプローチからDARPAのモザイク構想へ (Moving Towards DARPA’s Mosaic from Soviet-Style C2)

Sep 30, 2019
米国の軍事的な優位性が低下している中、米国 DARPA(国防高等研究計画局)はプラットフォーム上の機能の分散を推し進めている。 As the foundation of U.S. military dominance becomes a vulnerability, DARPA makes push for decentralizing

First Take

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First Take (Sept. 16, 2019)

Sep 13, 2019
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.

Commercial Aviation

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MAX Review Spotlights Aircraft Certification Changes

Sep 12, 2019
Boeing not expected to finalize proposed MAX changes until early to mid-October.
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Depressurization Has ‘No Significant Impact’ on 777X Plan

Sep 13, 2019
Boeing plays down loads test incident on 777X as engine update remains top priority
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Emirates Holds Back On Big Orders Until Glitches Addressed

Sep 10, 2019
For the manufacturers, it is about big business, with multibillion-dollar orders hanging in the balance.
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Mesa Air Group Agrees To Take 100 SpaceJet M100s

Sep 12, 2019
Mitsubishi introduced the SpaceJet M100 at the Paris Air Show in June, part of a major shake-up of its regional-jet strategy.

Fast Five

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Fast Five With IATA Director General, CEO Alexandre de Juniac

Sep 09, 2019
Aviation Week’s Ben Goldstein sat down with IATA Director General and CEO Alexandre de Juniac to discuss when and how governments should regulate airlines.

Cargo

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E-Commerce Bonanza Boosts Air Cargo Industry

Sep 11, 2019
Despite trade tensions between the U.S. and China, and overall falls in air freight volumes, demand from online shoppers is strong.

Avionics

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Honeywell Fine Tunes ADS-B-based Runway Incursion Safety System

Sep 09, 2019
Future flight deck studies focus on finalizing features of Honeywell onboard traffic and alerting system to avoid runway incursions

Space

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India Clings To Hope For Silent Lunar Lander

Sep 13, 2019
ISRO is trying to salvage its first soft lunar landing attempt.

Workforce

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Women In Aerospace: Stuck at 24%

Sep 12, 2019
Despite high-profile promotions, the number of women in the industry remains the same as it was two decades ago.
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Apprenticeship Programs Are Too Few And Far Between

Sep 13, 2019
Despite a White House-led effort and Europe’s longtime example, A&D apprenticeship and other workforce development efforts remain nascent.

The Engineering Life

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The Engineering Life: Aurora Flight Sciences’ Larry Wirsing

Sep 12, 2019
A typical day for Wirsing, a technical program manager, involves the far edges of what is possible in aerospace and defense.

Technology

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The Week In Technology, Sept. 9-13, 2019

Sep 11, 2019
Africa’s Yamaha drones; disposable combat aircraft; Volocopter in Finland trial; eVTOL concepts pass 200 mark; Tempest-D looks at Hurricane Dorian.

Up Front

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Opinion: The U.S. Needs Allies For Its Defense-Industrial Strategy

Sep 12, 2019
The industrial capabilities on which the U.S. defense strategy relies would wither from increasing isolation.

Viewpoint

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Opinion: Upskilling A&D’s Workforce In A Time Of Disruption

Sep 13, 2019
In PwC’s latest survey of global CEOs, 46% said that significant upskilling was the most important factor in closing the aerospace talent gap.

Airline Intel

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Opinion: How 2019 Events Could Transform Air Transport

Sep 13, 2019
Traffic is slowing, the regulatory environment is changing and new airline business models are under pressure—2019 could be a decisive year for the industry.

Who's Where

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New Positions, Promotions, Honors And Elections (Sept. 16, 2019)

Sep 13, 2019
Recent appointments, promotions and honors in the aviation and aerospace industry.

Feedback

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Letters From Our Readers (Sept. 16, 2019)

Sep 13, 2019
Readers commend our Apollo 50 coverage, show their 2-year-old "reading" our magazine and comment on electric propulsion, missiles and climate change.

Aerospace Calendar

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Aerospace Calendar And Aviation Week Events (Sept. 16, 2019)

Sep 13, 2019
Upcoming aviation and aerospace industry events and Aviation Week Network events.

 

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