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Applying advances made by the computer gaming industry, Raytheon is supplying new portable avionics maintenance trainers to the U.S. Marine Corps for the MV-22 Osprey tiltrotor.
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Textron Aviation is reducing its salaried workforce here and in Independence, Kansas, as it continues “to operate with efficiency,” a company spokeswoman confirmed Dec. 5.
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Israel Aerospace Industries ELTA will deliver eight ELM-2084 multimission radars to the Czech Ministry of Defense in a long-delayed, government-to-government deal worth $125 million signed on Dec. 5.
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The DOD has requested to shift roughly $40 million to fix the Advanced Weapons Elevators on the USS Gerald R. Ford and complete deferred work on the warship.
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Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) on Dec. 5 flew the second prototype of its LCH civil helicopter, the first to be built in South Korea.
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Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) on Dec. 5 flew the second prototype of its LCH civil helicopter, the first to be built in South Korea.
Source: http://awin.aviationweek.com/ArticlesStory.aspx?id=c1216027-49ed-4b5e-a0df-4ca7de32dc85