The skies are now filled with hundreds of thousands of thousands of drones, which have now become cheaper, smaller, and easier to fly. However, they are a clear threat to civilian aviation
It is no historical secret that France has aggressively worked to compete and undermine the defense military exports of the United States. In order to ensure that socialist François Hollande is reelected, the French Government has worked with the EU to sanction Russia, to resell Russia’s billion dollar orders for two helicopter carriers to Egypt, to embrace Iran’s
In the next five to 15 years, says a recent Rand Corp. study, “Asia will witness a progressively receding frontier of U.S. dominance.” America’s corporations outsourcing strategies have made Communist China into a gold-based technological military power in the East and South China Seas.
“A new report by the United Nations human rights monitors in Ukraine says that nearly 8,000 people have died and 17,811 have been wounded in the conflict which erupted in April, 2014 and has recently tapered off in the eastern part of the country.”
The world’s largest aerospace company by sales stated on October 21, 2015 that it has a backlog of 5,700 jetliner firm orders and stated that is on track to reduce costs on its flagship 787 Dreamliner.Boeing’s defense and space business makes up
UTC Aerospace Systems is one of the world's largest suppliers of technologically advanced aerospace and defense products. This month GMCstream is featuring a product that protects and enhances the capabilities of Warfighters around the globe.
Lockheed Martin, one of the world's largest defense manufacturers, with business segments include Aeronautics, Information Systems & Global Solutions (IS&GS), Missiles and Fire Control, Mission Systems and Training and Space Systems, seeks an $11.25 billion dollar deal with Saudi Arabia.
United Launch Alliances (ULA) is rapidly attempting to be viewed by the DoD as not only a “dependable private company” but also willing to drop a dependable Russian manufactured rocket engine. In all facets of US business today, companies must be viewed as “politically correct.”
NASA-The National Aeronautics and Space Administration made a decision in secret to eliminate Lockheed Martin (LM) from the $14 billion contract for the NASA space project. This is the third major multibillion dollar contract that LM has lost in the last three months and is a major blow to its investment in robotic vehicles, reusable space tugs and in-orbit refueling capabilities for deep space manned and unmanned missions.
On September 8, 2015, Lockheed Martin filed an official protest against the U.S. Defense Department’s award of