A federal bankruptcy judge has halted an audacious plan by Mesa
Air Group to rebrand its Hawaiian inter-island service with the
name of the carrier it helped drive into bankruptcy, and out of
Interceptor Strikes Target... But There Was A Glitch
The US military scored a badly-needed victory Friday in its
quest to implement a full-scale ballistic missile defense shield.
The Missile Defense Agency shot down a mock enemy missile,
employing a synchronized network of sensors in what officials
called the largest and most complex test of the missile defense
system to date.
Test Of 7+ Year-Old SRB Engine Also Helps Ares Program
NASA's Space Shuttle Program on Thursday successfully conducted
a test firing of a space shuttle reusable solid rocket motor in
Utah. The flight support motor, or FSM-15, burned for approximately
123 seconds, the same time each reusable solid rocket motor burns
during an actual space shuttle launch.
America's eye in the sky, the E-8C Joint Surveillance Target
Attack Radar System, or Joint STARS, will soon be faster, quieter,
more efficient and more operationally effective with a major engine
upgrade effort now underway at Hanscom AFB in Massachusetts.
Embraer welcomed Arkia Israeli Airlines to its E-Jets customer
family on Thursday. The airline will operate one Embraer 195,
formerly operated by Air Europa, from Tel Aviv to major
Mediterranean and European destinations.
This week, Arianespace CEO Jean-Yves Le Gall and Mark Dankberg,
Chairman and CEO of ViaSat Inc., announced they have signed the
launch Service & Solutions contract for the ViaSat-1 broadband
Welcome to the 306th Bombardment Wing (McCoy AFB) web site.
Their primary goals are to maintain a legacy of our past and to
nurture a 306th Bomb Wing Reunion Association for annual get
togethers. The website also promotes camaraderie amongst all
members of B-52/KC-135 outfits, involved in the South East Asia
conflict, who deployed to Guam, Okinawa and Thailand.
"I don't think anyone is sensitive who's involved in
this settlement. If this isn't approved, are people from Yucaipa
going to lose their health benefits and their jobs? There hasn't
been enough time for people to react... How about all the people
whose lives were devastated in this case? Doesn't that count? Is it
just the money?"
Source: Federal bankruptcy court Judge Lloyd
King, berating Mesa Air Group and The Yucaipa Companies this week
for their agreement that would allow Mesa to rename its struggling
go! Airlines operation as Aloha... the name of the 61-year-old
airline Mesa helped drive out of business earlier this year.