July 15, 2020

Art & Lifestyle:

Boeing Says 737 Ban to Lift By End of Year

737 MAX

Boeing tells shareholders the ban on its 737 Max planes will be lifted before the end of the year. Grounded since March after two fatal crashes, 737 Max production costs rose in the quarter by almost $1 billion. The company is sticking to its plan to increase production of the planes to 57 a month by the end of 2020, up from 42 currently.

How Good Is the F-35 Helmet?

F-35 helmet

The F-35 helmet is a marvel, expensive, and still not everything a pilot might wish for.

Will US Continue to Rule the Skies?

F35

Can America retain its edge in the sky? By 2030 the most powerful air forces in the world will be very familiar. See who’s on the list?

Must-See Aviation Event Underway

F-35s Available for Flight

The year’s biggest aviation event is underway in the United Kingdom at Farnborough International Air Show. The biggest names in aviation, rising unmanned aerial systems, emerging plane makers and hardware displays fill the week.

Navy Leads with Communication & Drone Technology

The successful launch of the Navy’s fifth MUOS satellite completes the military’s future communication network and low cost ONR drone technology will hold an “airshow” next month.

‘Brexit’ Could Trigger Sequester-Like Consequences

Brexit, the UK’s possible departure from the European Union, could cause global firms, particularly defense industries, to scale back business.