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Tue, Feb 18, 2020

Airborne-Unmanned 02.18.20: 2020 UAS Symposium, Unmanned Growlers, Bell Transport 70

Also: UAVOS Upgrades, UAV’s Flight Control Solutions, NASA-Collins Aerospace, Black Swift Technologies
 
The FAA and AUVSI will co-host the 5th Annual FAA UAS Symposium on June 16-18, 2020, at the Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD. The Symposium will bring together representatives from the FAA, other government agencies, industry, and academia. The presenters and panelists will discuss the latest information and advancements related to the diverse uses of unmanned aircraft, and how these new entrants are being safely integrated into the National Airspace System. Boeing and the U.S. Navy successfully flew two autonomously controlled EA-18G Growlers at Naval Air Station Patuxent River as unmanned air systems using a third Growler as a mission controller for the other two. The flights, conducted during the Navy Warfare Development Command’s annual fleet experiment (FLEX) exercises, proved the effectiveness of technology allowing F/A-1

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Tue, Feb 18, 2020

Boeing and SPEEA Announce A Tentative Agreement On Four-Year Contract Extension

Would Extend The Contract With Engineering And Technical Professionals Through October 2026

The Boeing Company has reached a tentative agreement with the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace (SPEEA) on a new four-year contract extension that would run through 2026 covering approximately 18,000 engineering and technical employees, nearly all of whom are in Washington and Oregon.

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Tue, Feb 18, 2020

Air Force Makes Special Delivery At Daytona 500

One Driver Jumps Into The Speedway With The Wings Of Blue Parachute Team

The Air Force made a special drop into the Daytona International Speedway leading up to the NASCAR Cup series opening Daytona 500 race, which will be run Feb. 16.

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Tue, Feb 18, 2020

Pilot Survey Reveals High Levels Of Stress And Job Insecurity

More Than Half Have Worried About Losing Their Jobs In The Past Two Years

Many airline pilots feel stressed and undervalued by management and, despite record demand for flight crew globally, worried about job security and automation making their role redundant.

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Tue, Feb 18, 2020

Last Of The Legendary World War II Flying Tigers Has Flown West

Frank Losonsky Joined The First American Volunteer Group In May 1941

A Columbus, Georgia, man considered to be the last surviving Flying Tiger, died Feb. 6. Frank Losonsky, who joined the First American Volunteer Group in May 1941, passed away from natural causes at the age of 99.

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Tue, Feb 18, 2020

NASA's Webb Will Seek Atmospheres Around Potentially Habitable Exoplanets

Larger, Gas Giant Exoplanets Will Also Fall Under Webb's Gaze

This month marks the third anniversary of the discovery of a remarkable system of seven planets known as TRAPPIST-1. These seven rocky, Earth-size worlds orbit an ultra-cool star 39 light-years from Earth. Three of those planets are in the habitable zone, meaning they are at the right orbital distance to be warm enough for liquid water to exist on their surfaces. After its 2021 launch, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will observe those worlds with the goal of making the first detailed near-infrared study of the atmosphere of a habitable-zone planet.

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Tue, Feb 18, 2020

Solar Orbiter Braves Challenging Early Days

ESA Reports A Few Tense Moments In Getting The Spacecraft Oriented

At 16:00 CET on Thursday, February 13, the critical first 83 hours of Solar Orbiter’s unique mission to study our star came to an end. “This early phase is like the birth of a child,” says Operations Director Andrea Accomazzo. “Engineers want to be sure that it can survive on its own in its new environment.”

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Tue, Feb 18, 2020

Heli Aviation Founder Arrested In Gun Incident

Involved In A Four-Hour Standoff With Manatee County, FL Deputies

The founder of Heli Aviation has been arrested following a four-hour standoff with sheriff's deputies from Manatee County, FL.

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Tue, Feb 18, 2020

Viking Celebrates 10th Anniversary Of Series 400 Twin Otter’s First Flight

First Flew February 16, 2010

On February 16th, 2020 Viking Air Limited of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada celebrated the 10th anniversary of the inaugural flight of its Series 400 Twin Otter and recognizing a significant milestone in the company’s Twin Otter production program.

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Tue, Feb 18, 2020

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