Donald Trump’s election to the White House means change is coming to the aerospace and defense world, but practically no one—maybe not even the president-elect—knows exactly what those changes will be. And that uncertainty will prevail if Trump’s cries against crony government contracting are a good indication of what lies ahead, along with his promises to renegotiate many of the high-profile security and trade treaties the U.S. has signed with everyone from NATO ...

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