September 17, 2014

National Aerospace Week Partners with Congress to Garner Attention to the Industry

Juliet Van Wagenen

[Aviation Today 09-17-14] Already underway, this year’s Congress-backed National Aerospace Week looks to draw awareness to the United States aerospace industry, bolster government funding, and widen debate on topics such as NextGen, Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and warfighters. “[National Aerospace Week] is a good opportunity to draw attention, nationally, to a critical, cutting edge industry that supports so much when it comes to economic competitiveness, national security and the...

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