Dem Platform Stands By Defense Cuts
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The Democratic platform stands by defense cuts (paywall) and calls for the elimination of “Cold War weapons,” Defense Daily reports. The Hill says the Dems are arguing for a more agile and flexible military. Wired says Obama will stop short of declaring an end to the War on Terror.
FlightGlobal’s DEW Line blog is curious about the F-35B Joint Strike Fighter’s hard 50-degree angle of attack limit.
An Israeli attack on Iran could boost defense stocks, AOL Defense says.
Boeing gets a $7.7 million order for “increment II acoustics activities to support the procurement of acoustics test capability for labs; dynamic allocation capability; the development and integration of acoustics rapid capability Insertion algorithms; and Multi-Static Active Coherent Phase II requirements and build plan definition.”
Washington Technology says that cutting your training budget can limit your growth.