Wants Fixed Pricing For All Early Orders; Decision Delayed
The US Air Force continues to take a hard line with competitors
for its latest aircraft contract. The USAF's top acquisition
officer told teams from Boeing and Northrop Grumman this week the
armed service wants a fixed price for the initial batch of 80
Tbilisi Contends Attack Was Hostile, Russia Denies
A panel of international experts invited by the Georgian Foreign
Ministry to review an August 6 incident, during which an aircraft
entered Georgian airspace and dropped or jettisoned a missile, has
determined the aircraft came from Russian air space, according to
the Associated Press.
New Engine To Increase Hot-And-High Mission Capability Of Black
The US Army exercised an option for production engines under a
competitively awarded contract for the YT706-GE-700, a growth
version of the CT7-8 turboshaft engine, for its US Special Forces
MH-60M helicopter program, the company announced this week.
The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO)
announced Wednesday the remains of a US serviceman, missing in
action from the Vietnam War, have been identified and will be
returned to his family for burial with full military honors.