Podcast: Is There Room for Entrepreneurs in Aerospace and Defense?

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This week, Senior Space Technology Editor Frank Morring, Jr., wrote about a new venture that is developing a low-cost launch vehicle to orbit small satellites. But Managing Editor for Technology Graham Warwick highlighted the challenges two smaller companies faced when they bid for – and ultimately lost – contracts to build technology demonstrators for the U.S. Army’s next-generation rotorcraft. Listen in as Morring and Warwick discuss the state of entrepreneurship in aerospace & defense on this week’s Check 6 podcast.

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