Emotional Crowd Packs Community Forum At High School
In a briefing with members of congress Thursday, Marine generals
stated the pilot of a stricken F/A-18D Hornet that crashed into a
residential area adjacent to Marine Corps Air Station Miramar had
correctly followed procedures in his attempt to land at the
Slams Report "Supported By Anonymous Sources and Hearsay"
Not surprisingly, NASA Administrator Michael Griffin has
denounced an Orlando Sentinel report asserting he and members of
the Obama transition team -- in particular, team lead and former
NASA official Lori Garver -- have butted heads over the future of
the Constellation manned space program.
Cryogenic Clean-Room Testing Simulates Extremes Of Space
The first of 18 mirror segments that will fly on NASA's James
Webb Space Telescope arrived this week at the Marshall Space Flight
Center, Huntsville, AL to prepare it to meet the extreme
temperatures it will encounter in space.
City Officials, Citizens Upset By Increase In Air Traffic Over
At Friday night's Board of Aldermen meeting, Somerville Mayor
Joseph A. Curtatone asked the board for approval to engage legal
counsel, a first step in bringing suit against the Federal Aviation
Administration over an alleged increase in air traffic noise over
Active Noise Reduction Headset For Helicopter Pilots
Telex, a pioneer in Active Noise Reduction (ANR) technology in
aviation headsets, has created a headset that specifically
addresses the needs of helicopter pilots and passengers. The
Stratus Heli-XT cancels harmful, low-frequency noises common in
helicopters that other headsets can’t block.
Officials with Million Air announced Tuesday the company
recently acquired Air America Fuel & Services at the Grant
County International Airport in Moses Lake, WA. The terminal will
begin official operations as Million Air Moses Lake on January 1,
More than anyone could ever want to know about the SR-71, U-2
and UAVs. Ok, we forgot who we're talking to here…it's
everything anyone could ever want to know about the SR-71, U-2 and
UAVs. At least what "they" want us to know!
"Nothing is more important to us than the safety of the
people who live and work in the community surrounding the air
station. We will do everything we can to ease the suffering of the
community and speed the recovery process... Our thoughts and
prayers are with everyone who has felt the impact of this terrible
accident. We remain committed in supporting our neighbors during
this challenging time."
Source: From a message posted on the Web site
for MCAS Miramar, expressing sympathy for Monday's crash of an
F/A-18D into a residential neighborhood near the base.