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June 03, 2009

Appeals Court Affirms Government's Default Termination of Navy Contract

A-12 Stealth Attack Aircraft Contract Killed in 1988 

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has affirmed a judgment upholding the Navy's termination for default of a contract with McDonnell Douglas and General Dynamics for the A-12 stealth attack aircraft, the Justice Department announced Tuesday.

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USS Ronald Reagan Deploys

USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) departed San Diego May 28 on a deployment to the 7th and 5th Fleet Areas of Responsibility. The carrier joins the other ships of its strike group which departed the day prior...

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WWII Bomber Returns To The Skies

Flight The Culmination Of A 28 Year Restoration

A North American B-25J "Mitchell" World War II bomber returned to the skies today after a 28 year restoration performed by volunteers of the Commemorative Air Force aviation museum in Mesa, AZ. Named "Maid in the Shade" in reference to its long stay inside the museum's hangar, the aircraft lifted off the Falcon Field runway at 0915 last Friday in front of a small crowd of pilots, mechanics and enthusiasts.    

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