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June 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
After more than five years of working group meetings, research and reports, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) finally announced in early May its intent to issue the long-awaited notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) for electrical wiring in aircraft all 160 pages of it early next year... Read More »
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June 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
Prime contractor Lockheed Martin and avionics provider Rockwell Collins are placing a calculated bet that their new flight deck projection display technology for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) will result in a better, lighter and less expensive aircraft. And despite some doubts from other... Read More »
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June 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
From engine filters and vibration dampeners to computer aids for avoiding collisions and friendly fire, new technology is helping helicopter crews do more and do it safely. Our editors highlight some of the best examples. Tracking an Asymmetric Advantage It has become common in military circles... Read More »
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June 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
ARINC's Electronic Flight Bag ARINC Inc. has introduced a Class 2 electronic flight bag (EFB), the first Class 2 EFB for commercial airliners, it says, that can display real-time surveillance video of activity near the flight deck door, in line with current and expected regulatory mandates... Read More »
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May 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
Two new aircraft types and an updated concept of operations are leveling the playing field for Navy helicopter pilots. Commander Mark Deardurff hesitated before responding. "I don't like to use the term 'second-class citizen.' But it gets us more into a war-fighting capability than we had in the... Read More »
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May 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Sabreliner Celebrates 20 Years In just two short decades Sabreliner Corporation has grown from a small aircraft maintenance and modification business to becoming, with the addition of Midcoast Aviation, one of the true corporate aircraft MRO powerhouses in the Midwest. "The success we have enjoyed... Read More »
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May 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Experimental Aircraft Expert Ken George spent most of his aviation career in the defense industry where he got to do what many mechanics only dream of: work on experimental and prototype aircraft. His experience working on military aircraft reads like a laundry list from a Jane's All the World's... Read More »
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May 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
New Officials Bernhard Gerwert has been selected to head the EADS Defence Electronics business unit in Ulm, Germany. He succeeds Johann Heitzmann, who has been appointed head of EADS Military Aircraft business unit. Heitzmann, in turn, succeeds Aloysius Rauen, now chief executive officer of... Read More »
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May 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
With two new procurement programs set to begin and money being parceled out more evenly, the helicopter industry is optimistic about its future with the Army. When the Army scrapped Comanche last February, there was much hand-wringing and gnashing of teeth. Everybody lamented the demise of the... Read More »
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April 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
The U.S. Army has a new aviation modernization plan: It's back to the future. Indeed, the RAH-66 Comanche is gone, but the AH-64 Apache is very much alive. Ditto the CH-47 Chinook and the UH-60 Black Hawk. And we may not have seen the last of the UH-1 Huey. That old bird may yet have new life... Read More »
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April 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
Firsts on the Embraer 170 Honeywell has announced two "firsts," following the Brazilian authorities' and U.S. Federal Aviation Administration's type certification of the avionics manufacturer's Primus Epic integrated avionics and two-axis fly-by-wire system on the Embraer 170 in late February. The... Read More »
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April 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
The EH101/US101 proposed as the new U.S. presidential helicopter has both proven performance and combat experience-and it flies well, too. The competition between the AgustaWestland US101 and Sikorsky S-92 for a new presidential helicopter is drawing to a close, with the winner expected to be... Read More »
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April 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Enemy fire isn't the only thing that can keep America's Harrier "Jump Jets" from fulfilling their missions. Sometimes it's something as simple as a nagging engine inlet ring issue. During critical stages of engine operations the intake area is subjected to excessive vibration, causing the inlet... Read More »
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April 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
The VH-92 and US101 provide different answers to the needs of Marine One The choice of a new helicopter to fly the president of the United States will have symbolic and economic impact on U.S. industry. So far, campaign rhetoric from the competing VXX teams has focused on how American each... Read More »
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March 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
A drawback to standard VHF radio communication is that it is limited in range to little more than line of sight. Unlike HF and lower frequencies, VHF's transmitted waves propagate minimally around the Earth's surface. When, on occasion, VHF transmissions do reach well beyond the horizon, they... Read More »
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March 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Timco Heating Up in Arizona In just a little more than a year the team at Timco Goodyear has taken a facility that was once home to a few seemingly forgotten aircraft and deserted hangars and transformed it into a thriving MRO and aircraft storage business. And it's been done smack in the face of... Read More »
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March 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
New Officials Rockwell Collins Government Systems has named Walter "Woody" Hogle as vice president and general manager, Integrated Systems, and Ron Hornish as vice president and general manager, Sensor Systems. Hogle comes to Rockwell Collins from Lockheed Martin, where he was vice president of... Read More »
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March 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
When Greg Holland began working on commercial applications for unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) in 1993, "there was absolutely no one and now there is quite a growing field of people with various systems, and an even more quickly growing realization that there are real applications for these... Read More »
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February 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
: Sikorsky Plays Politics Sikorsky has laid down the political gauntlet in the VXX presidential helicopter competition with the introduction last month of its "all-American" VH-92 contracting team: Flight Safety International simulation and training; L-3 Communications mission... Read More »
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February 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
U.S. Galileo Counter-Offer Worried about the impact of Europe's coming Galileo satnav system on the U.S. military's prized but not yet fielded M-Code for GPS, the U.S. government has proposed an alternative signal structure for the Europeans' open service (OS). If the Europeans accept this offer... Read More »
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