As Titanic budget battles rages, contractors turn to air (waves) war
The sizable cut in defense procurement budget in the Congress agenda has led major contractors to consider the air medium to mount a defensive action. Broadcasters and publishers in Washington are the gainers they gain hefty advertising fees from defense firms as each company attempts to present its military platform as indispensable to the armed services.
Publication Name: Defense Today
Weakening dollar pressures European firms seeking U.S. contracts
The author examines the effects the weakening U.S. dollar against the euro has have on European defense industry.
Publication Name: Navy News & Undersea Technology
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