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The Swampby Mark Silva Like a car-owner getting another 100,0000 out of the old rust-bucket, President Barack Obama says maybe he can do without a new Marine One. Except, in this case, the current fleet of presidential helicopters is pretty shiny,......
EDWARDS, AFB -- Investigators are trying to determine why an F-22 fighter jet crashed near Edwards, Air Force Base, killing a Lockheed Martin test pilot . The company said in a statement Wednesday that the pilot was 49-year-old David Cooley. He worked...
Tags: Defense, KTLA, Death, Hospitals and Clinics, Armed Forces
Bloomberg NewsNorthrop Grumman Corp., the third- largest U.S. defense company, said it won a $35 billion Air Force aerial refueling tanker program because its bid was "more advantageous" in four of the five areas weighed in the contest. The company's tanker won in the...
Tags: Defense, Maryland, Los Angeles, Boeing Co., Armed Forces
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSouthern California's last major airplane factory, slated to close in two years, could find new life under a bold plan being floated by Boeing Co. to build a new version of the massive C-17 military cargo plane. The proposal, gaining traction among...
Sentinel Staff WritersGov. Charlie Crist, military brass and political elites went to Cape Canaveral in October to dedicate the signature achievement of the state's fledgling aerospace-development agency -- a multimillion-dollar future launchpad they hoped would grow into an...
A revolution to greatly speed the pace of scientific and technological advances will unfold in the next few years, and it comes directly from the needs of the computer game business. In a talk at an international meeting last week in Urbana, David Kirk,...
Tags: Purdue University, IBM, Education, Video Games, Globalization
With price consciousness and diversification so vital to investors in an uncertain year, dividend-reinvestment plans fit right in. DRIPs, as they are commonly called, are company-run plans that allow you to invest in a firm's stock with a modest...
Baltimore SunEmployees at 10 of the nation's largest companies recently shook the 401(k) world by suing their employers over their plans' fees. The workers claim the employers failed to make sure the plan fees are reasonable, as required. By taking their gripes to...
Tags: Trials, 401K, Massachusetts, Interior Policy, Finance
Sentinel Staff WriterTravelers eager to cut their security wait at Orlando International Airport can take the first step today when the airport begins accepting applications for a new, privately run program. By volunteering to undergo a background check in advance,...
Sun StaffNASA investigators seeking the cause of Saturday's shuttle disaster are taking another hard look at a sheet of insulating foam that broke away from Columbia's external fuel tank and struck the craft's left wing during liftoff Jan. 16. Engineers had...
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