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December 01, 2010

'Flying Car' Company Picks Up Defense Work

Terrafugia To Work With AAI Corporation On DARPA Transformer (TX) Project

DARPA has been talking for some time about developing a four person flyable and roadable vehicle it describes as a 'flying Humvee', a project with a budget of about $65 million.

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NTSB Issues Preliminary Report In Cessna 337 Accident In Florida

Aircraft Lost It's Right Wing Prior To Impact With The Ground

The Cessna 337 which went down during a military exercise near Avon Park in central Florida on November 17 lost most of its starboard wing before impacting the ground. Three people were fatally injured in the accident. All three were civilian contractors.

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Civil Air Patrol Observes 69th Anniversary

Air Force Auxiliary Performs Many Missions Nationwide

On Wednesday, Civil Air Patrol observes the rich history of vigilant service provided by the official auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force over the past seven decades.

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Latest JSF Engine Problem ... It's Too Big For Navy Transports

F135 Engine Will Not Fit Through Standard COD Cargo Door Or On V-22 Osprey

The Navy is facing a significant challenge with the F135 engine developed by Pratt & Whitney for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter ... they can't get spare engines to an aircraft carrier by air or sea.

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