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Japan is emerging as a major player in the global race for military drones, according to DefenseOne.
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2 hrs ago | Lancashire Telegraph
ENTHUSIASTS have been given the chance to climb aboard a 1,500mph fighter jet built in East Lancashire - via an app on their phones.
2 hrs ago | Business Journal
Lockheed announced earlier this month that it would freeze its pension plan. So how does its 401 stack up by comparison? Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg Lockheed Martin Corp. is the latest company to announce it is freezing its pension plan - not too long after competitor The Boeing Co.
3 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
Mike Daly, York University Lassonde School of Engineering professor, says asteroids are remnants of the creation of our planetary neighbourhood, which makes them incredible resources for understanding the solar system.
7 hrs ago | Ledger-Enquirer.com
The maker of elevators, helicopters, jet engines and other products raised the low end of its 2014 earnings outlook because of strong results in the first half of the year.
In a nondescript strip mall across town from the heavy security of its fighter jet operations, defense contractor Lockheed Martin opens its doors each day to a rotating crew of Chinese engineers.
Hillary and Bill Clinton went to the top of the NBC food chain, all the way up to General Electric's board, to get back at MSNBC's David Shuster in 2008, according to Daniel Halper's forthcoming book 'Clinton Inc.' Halper, the online editor at the conservative Weekly Standard, details how far the Clinton camp went to get back at Shuster for saying ... (more)
This aerial image shows part of the Malaysia Airlines flight 17 debris field. DigitalGlobe released several images of the debris field from July 20 and 21, 2014.
GE Healthcare continues to face challenges in the United States market, where inpatient hospital admissions remain weak and the Affordable Care Act is making hospitals and clinics hesitant about buying new equipment, said General Electric chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt .
A convoy of PLS and M915 Army trucks gets a test at Fort Hood, Texas. Testers were sometimes in the driver seats, but the vehicles were operated robotically.
We like a metal bender and particular engine parts supplier and think its management team is among the best at driving efficiency improvements.
Blame it on the engine fire; Lockheed Martin's F-35 has been grounded. If this wasn't all the good news, the F-35 won't fly at Britain's Royal International Air Tattoo, or RIAT, and could miss the Farnborough International Airshow, which starts on July 14. The latest technical failure in F-35's engine has only added to its already long list of ... (more)
The U.S. military has a reputation as a somewhat secretive organization. But in one respect, at least, the Pentagon is one of the most "open" of our government agencies.
SpaceX has won lucrative contracts from NASA to keep the International Space Station well-supplied with Tang and toilet paper.
There's not a lot known about the U.S. Air Force's super-secret, next-generation Long Range Strike-Bomber, or LRS-B, project.
Private jet sales are rising again, climbing out of a deep recession when the company plane was an easy target for spending cuts.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 12:11 pm
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