Military Aerospace Technology Today is: Oct 10, 2007
Volume: 6  Issue: 1
Published: Feb 21, 2007

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Volume: 1 Issue: 2
Orginally published on: May 01, 2002

Air Force Transformation
General John P. Jumper
Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force

Listed below are the interviews, articles, and e-nnouncements that were published with Volume: 1 Issue: 2 of MAT:

  • Air Force Transformation
    Interview with General John P. Jumper
    Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force
  • South Koreans Select F-15K
    Dassault effort falls short in bid for next generation fighter.
    By Dan Cook
  • Whatever Happened to the FAC?
    Over the last decade, U.S. military forces have experienced a dramatic growth in the availability and application of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) systems.
    By Scott R. Gourley
  • Technology Key to Security
    Sept 11 drove that home in a way none of us will ever forget. And those stakes, as we know now, aren't confined to restoring a sense of physical safety here in this country.
    By Phillip A. Odeen
  • KC-130 That Hit Mountain Had No Night Vision
    The Marine KC-130 tanker plane that crashed into a mountain in Pakistan last January was not equiped with night-vision equipment.
    By Steve Vogel
  • Osprey Flight testing to Resume
    Few aircraft in the history of aviation have been so praised by its pilots who fly them and yet so controversial as the Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey.
    By Bob leder
  • Sept 11 Impacts Singapore Show
    As predicted, Asian Aerospace 2003 (AA2002), the Singapore air show suffered from the downturn and decline of the world recession triggered by terrorist attacks on the United States last Sept 11.
    By Dan Cook
  • Big Deals Energize Aerospace Industry
    There's likely to be plenty of business buzz over the next five years as the defense industry, supercharged by the soaring defense budgets, goes on a deal-making spree.
    by Michael Peck
  • Boeing Given Nod on Tanker Lease
    The U.S. Air Force last month notified Congress that it intended to enter into negotiations with Being to lease 100 767 derivative aircraft to replace the oldest of an aging fleet of KC-135 tankers.
    By Dan Cook
  • No 'Black Hawk Down'
    Sikorsky begun UH-60 production in 1978, making the earliest delivered aircraft nearly 24 years old. Under helos' rebirth, aircraft will have numerous improvements.
    By Rudolph W. Beckert
  • Lockheed Martin
    Interview with Dan M. Hancock

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