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Explosion Delivers Setback to SpaceX

Just last month, the U.S. Air Force certified the Falcon 9 launch system from Space Explorations Technologies Corp. (SpaceX) for national security space missions. On Sunday, a Falcon 9 rocket ...
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GAO Faults Air Force Decision to Retire the Warthog

In developing its fiscal year 2015 budget, the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Air Force placed a higher priority on fifth-generation aircraft like the F-35 and other multi-role ...
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Embraer Super Tucano

US Government Approves Fighter Plane Sale to Lebanon

The U.S. State Department recently approved two sales of military equipment to Lebanon. One involves six Super Tucano turboprop fighter planes and the other for 1,000 air-to-ground Hellfire II missiles. ...
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Top 10 Federal Contractors Are Major Military Suppliers

According to the Federal Procurement Data System, the top 100 federal contractors in fiscal year 2014, which ended on September 30, 2014, received a total of $235.93 billion in contract ...
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Why Germany Wants 300 Million Euros From Airbus Over Late Deliveries

The single largest customer for the Airbus A400M military transport aircraft is tired of waiting for the company to deliver the remaining planes in its order. Germany has ordered 53 ...
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Insider Buying Massive This Week as Market Roller Coaster Continues

In a week that saw all the market gains for the year wiped out, only to roar back on Friday, one thing seems clear. The windows that we wrote about ...
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Lockheed Martin Rocket Launches Boost Earnings and Guidance

Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT) reported first-quarter 2015 earnings Tuesday before markets opened. The defense contractor posted adjusted operating earnings per share (EPS) of $2.74 on revenues of $10.11 billion. ...
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5 Top Deutsche Bank Dividend Stocks to Buy

While the market shifts focus to second quarter earnings, many investors are hearing more ominous calls from Wall Street pundits warning of a plunge. Some point to worries about the ...
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Defense Budget Has No Room for Air Force Training Jet

The U.S. Air Force’s T-38 trainer fleet has been in service for about 50 years. Neither of the Air Force’s newest jets, the F-22A and the F35A, is built as ...
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Cuts to US Defense Spending Should Not Hurt US Contractors — Moody’s

Analysts at Moody’s Investors Service recently published their outlook for the global aerospace and defense industry for the next year to 18 months. The ratings firm’s outlook on the industry ...
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Companies Profiting the Most From War

Worldwide military expenditure shrunk in 2013 for the second consecutive year, falling by 1.9% to $1.75 trillion. The 100 largest arms-producers sold a combined $402 billion worth of arms and military ...
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Boeing Remains World Largest Arms Exporter

Last year, the United States exported a total of $23.7 billion in weapons to the rest of the world. The leading exporter of those weapons was Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA), ...
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SpaceX Settles Charges Against the US Air Force

In a well-publicized spat last April, Space Exploration Technologies, aka SpaceX, founder and CEO Elon Musk claimed he was suing the U.S. Air Force for awarding an exclusive contract for ...
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Boeing, Airbus Cooperate on Bid for Korean Fighter

In what may seem to be an odd twist, Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) and arch-rival Airbus have teamed up with local partner Korean Airlines to bid on development of a ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: ADP, Facebook, FireEye, Potash, Tyson, Vodafone and More

Stocks were marginally higher but not in a set direction ahead of the key unemployment and payrolls report on Friday morning. Regardless, investors keep proving that they want to buy ...
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