Defense Today 2004 - Abstracts

Defense Today 2004
Aircraft carriers cut 25 percent QDR target weapons programmes; FCS, JSF likely hit.(Quadrennial Defense Review)BusinessLoren B. Thompson
Air force, DOD, face tight finances: General.Business 
Analysts: North Korea outlook gloomy after U.S. election.(nuclear crisis)Business 
Anteon school cranks out Army UAV operators.BusinessRon Lorenzo
Army-industry team demonstrates spiral 2 of Intel-Sharing system.Business 
Boeing begins assembly of first plane in $4.2 billion order.Business 
Boeing can wait a year for before deciding 767 fate.BusinessDave Aheren
Boeing compares its tanker to Airbus competition.Business 
Boeing hosts producer symposium in Hanoi.Business 
Boeing, IBM eye $200 billion Pentagon market for IT.(information technologies)Business 
Boeing probes seen continuing, but not harming revenues.Business 
Boeing seeks Korean early warning aircraft contract.Business 
Calif. firm gets $877.5m anthrax deal under project BioShield.Business 
Classified-documents secrecy cost $6.5 billion just in 2003.Business 
Comparison of competing proposals for the Littoral Combat Ship.Business 
DHS launching effort for interoperable communications.(Department of Homeland Security )Business 
DOD, Congress must 'come to grips' on end-strength: General.(department of defense)Business 
EADS reports stellar nine-month results.BusinessRichard Mulen
GAO: Security clearance backlog hinders defense contractors .(General Accounting Office)BusinessRicmard Mullen
GD snares multiple contract awards.Business 
Government demand keeps satellite market alive .BusinessKeith Stein
Government secrecy rises and costs taxpayers billions, group charges.BusinessLinda Gasparello
High energy laser office emphasizes solid-state lasers.(High Energy Laser Joint Technology Office )BusinessRay Nelson
House begins debate on defense authorization bill.BusinessBill Ahearn
House passes defense authorization bill for fiscal 2005.BusinessDave Ahearan
House, Senate conferees report on procurement funding.Business 
JSF global training plan, foreign approvals debated.(joint strike fighters)BusinessRichard Muller
Lockheed/Agusta team chooses U.S. firms in Marine one bid.(presidential helicopter)Business 
Lockheed delivers newest C-130J to 146th Airlift Wing.(Lockheed Martin Corp.)Business 
Lockheed gains $175 million contract, scores on missile test.Business 
Lockheed Martin disputes analysis favoring rival Sikorsky.(Contracts for security of president of United States)BusinessStephen D. Ramsey
Lockheed Martin names new aeronautics chief.Business 
Lockheed: Profits soar problem addressed in defense programs.BusinessDave Aheran
Lockheed rejects assertions that C-130J is flawed.Business 
Lockheed rejects assertions that C-130J is flawed.Business 
Lockheed rocket, Pod Systems pass tests.Business 
Lockheed 'very close' to JSF weight goal.(Lockheed Martin Corp.'s Joint Strike Fighter)BusinessRon Lauernzo
Majority of new Humvees won't have armor: Zakheim.Business 
Navy: Shipbuilding workforce on track to drop 25 percent.BusinessLoren B. Thompson
Navy test squadron gets Texan II trainer.Business 
New computer net would connect terror dots.Business 
New technologies aim to thwart enemy attacks, save lives.BusinessDave Ahearn
Northrop delivers two-in-one weapon sight.(Northrop Grumman Corp)Business 
Northrop Grumman touts ground target indicator radar.Business 
Northrop, Lockheed venture gains $140 million for cutter.(Coast Guard contracts)Business 
PAC-3 missiles hit ballistic missile, cruise missile in simultaneous test.(Lockheed Martin Corp.)Business 
Port security solutions may be elusive, insufficient.BusinessDavie Ahearn
Rand Corp. urges accelerating $17 billion Deepwater procurement.Business 
Raytheon leads $2 billion network bid.BusinessRichard Muller
Reagan: a Lochinvar for his time.BusinessLlewellyn King
Reagan honors halt senate work on DOD bill.(Department of Defense)(Ronald Reagan)Business 
Senate Appropriators concerned by DD(X), LCS; cut carrier.(Littoral Combat Ship)Business 
Senate panel funds DD(X) ship, FCS In e05.( Future Combat System)BusinessQave Ahearn
Sikorsky already meets security needs for marine one.(Sikorsky Aircraft Corp.)BusinessBonner R. Cohen
Team US101 announces 20 more marine one suppliers.Business 
Time to end the controversy over the Stryker.(medium armor vehicle )BusinessDaniel Gourie
Tiny unmanned submarine takes on the Gulf Stream, and wins.Business 
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