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Europe/Japan Mercury Mission Goes Ahead
AVENGER APPEAL: Boeing and General Dynamics are asking the Supreme Court to review the longstanding case between them and the Pentagon over cancellation of the U.S. Navy’s A-12 stealthy attack aircraft in 1991. The saga has focused on whether the Pentagon had the right to cancel the program for cause. This year, a U.S. Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the government and last week refused to reopen the case. The verdict would force Boeing and General Dynamics pay the government $2.8 billion and interest, which has become a huge bill in the intervening time.