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March 23, 2009
From Aviation Today
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) recently released interim reports into Qantas' two mid-air accidents last year -- QF30, in which an oxygen cylinder blew a hole in the aircraft's fuselage, and QF72, which was forced to divert to Learmonth in WA following two abrupt changes in... Read More »
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May 25, 2009
From Aviation Today
Suspects in NY jihad Plot Jailed New York law enforcement said they have foiled a plot to blow up two synagogues and simultaneously shoot down military planes. Four men with criminal backgrounds but not tied to terrorist organizations were arrested. The FBI and New York police arrested the four... Read More »
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December 7, 2009
From Aviation Today
AAR Selected for 757 Winglet Installations AAR has been selected by Continental Airlines to install winglets on 16 of the airline's Boeing 757-300 aircraft. The work will be performed at AAR Aircraft Services - Indianapolis, located at Indianapolis International. Danny Martinez, General Manager of... Read More »
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April 26, 2010
From Aviation Today
OK City Bombing Marked Dramatic Shift in Terror The Oklahoma City terrorist bombing 15 years ago marked the beginning of a dramatic increase in U.S. terrorism launched by individuals rather than organized groups, concludes new research from the University of Maryland. Since Timothy McVeigh's fatal... Read More »
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December 6, 2010
From Aviation Today
BioWatch Gen-3 Biological Detector in Test The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has awarded Northrop Grumman a contract to begin field testing a new generation of autonomous biodetection instruments as part of the BioWatch Gen-3 program. Northrop Grumman will test 12 of the Next Gen Automated... Read More »
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April 18, 2005
From Aviation Today
The Coalition of Airline Pilots Associations (CAPA) says recent reports show that terrorist organizations are procuring shoulder-fired missiles to attack flights within the U.S., a threat that is not being taken seriously enough by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). As evidence, CAPA noted... Read More »
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March 29, 2010
From Aviation Today
Carry-On Bags Endangers The Association of Flight Attendants (AFA) has released the results of a recent membership survey in which one out of two flight attendants witnessed carry-on items falling from overhead bins in the previous 60 days. The union says the survey validates anecdotal reports... Read More »
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June 21, 2010
From Aviation Today
Nuts to You Georgia's peanut industry is fighting a move to ban peanuts from airline passenger cabins. The peanut industry and its backers see the potential loss of up to $20 million in annual airline sales if goobers are grounded. It's not a new issue. In 1998 the DOT issued guidance calling for... Read More »
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December 13, 2010
From Aviation Today
NAV CANADA Supports UK Airports Air traffic control towers at Scotland's three busiest airports are now using technology developed by NAV CANADA to manage critical flight data. Earlier this summer, Glasgow Airport became the third tower in Scotland, following Edinburgh and Aberdeen, to implement... Read More »
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February 21, 2011
From Aviation Today
Northrop Grumman and the Air National Guard have initiated modifications to a Boeing KC-135 tanker aircraft in preparation for an Operational Utility Evaluation (OUE) of the company's Guardian anti-missile system, which could one day protect commercial jetliners from missile attack. The Guardian... Read More »
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January 22, 2007
From Aircraft Value News
Date Incident 12 Jan In a sign of things to come, Liverpool's John Lennon Airport recently introduced a £2 security charge on departing passengers. Airport owner Peel Holdings says that the charge is required to help defray the costs of increased... Read More »
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May 1, 2015
From Rotor & Wing
An HH-60H from Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron (HS) 11 during recent operations. The HS-11 s cruise onboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt marks the Navy s last deployment of SH-60Fs and Hs. MH-60s will replace them. Major vertical lift-related events in the last two months kicked off... Read More »
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January 1, 2005
From Rotor & Wing
People Mike Robbins has joined Composite Technology, Inc. (CTI) as director of business development. Formerly marketing manager for Latin America at Bell Helicopter, he began his career in the U.S. Air Force and has spent 20 years in the helicopter industry, working in a variety of international... 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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May 1, 2008
From Rotor & Wing
Northrop Grumman is searching for a new radar for its MQ-8B Fire Scout program, in hopes that new customers will follow. The company plans to build its own unmanned test aircraft to try out new sensor packages on the unmanned aerial vehicle, a modified version of Schweizer s Model 333 turbine... 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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May 1, 2005
From Rotor & Wing
The U.S. Army updates aircraft survivability equipment and reconsiders airborne weapons for full-spectrum military operations. The U.S. Army has so far lost about 15 helicopters to a mix of high- and low-technology air defenses in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Late-model man-portable air defense... Read More »
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August 1, 2008
From Rotor & Wing
The Brazilian navy signed a letter of offer and acceptance with the U.S. government covering the planned purchase of four Sikorsky Aircraft S-70B Seahawks valued at almost $195 million (311 million reais). The letter also covers options for a further two Seahawks. Bell Boeing Tiltrotor Team... Read More »
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August 1, 2009
From Rotor & Wing
Unmanned aerial vehicles of the fixed-wing variety have proven their worth to the military beyond doubt during the past 15 years or so, especially since U.S. troops went to war in Afghanistan and Iraq. Now, with a lag time less dramatic but still reminiscent of the four-decade gap between the dawn... Read More »
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January 1, 2010
From Rotor & Wing
Rolls-Royce produces one of the broadest turboshaft and turboprop engine families available, with a power range of 300 shp to more than 7,000 shp. This broad product range powers more than 100 different aircraft models including helicopters, light fixed-wing aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles... Read More »
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