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Contractor Profile: Lockheed Martin

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Contractor Profile: Lockheed Martin

Written by on Friday, February 3rd, 2012

Lockheed Martin gets a lot of press attention, and for good reason. They are one of the world’s most largest defense contractors, and one of the primary suppliers of weapons and aircraft to the U.S. Air Force. Lockheed Martin wasn’t always ...

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Why the B-2 Is Virtually Invincible

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Why the B-2 Is Virtually Invincible

Written by on Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Defense is something of a problem for the Air Force. While it is certainly possible to include auxiliary systems and armor on an aircraft, coating an aircraft in armor can do more harm than good. It is difficult to create ...

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U.S. Air Force: The World’s Best Video Game?

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U.S. Air Force: The World’s Best Video Game?

Written by on Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

The U.S. Air Force needs a lot of things to remain functional. It needs a flexible budget, new technology, and, as Uncle Sam so succinctly states, it needs you. It is crucial that the Air Force markets itself to civilians ...

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X-43 Can Fly Across US in Under 20 Minutes

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X-43 Can Fly Across US in Under 20 Minutes

Written by on Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

When people think of jets, one of the very first things that come to mind is speed. For good reason, too – many jets are capable of breaking the sound barrier (768 mph) without too much difficulty. Just to put ...

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Does the F-35 Need a Model D Variant?

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Does the F-35 Need a Model D Variant?

Written by on Monday, January 30th, 2012

The F-35 has many advantages that have made it the go-to aircraft. Its relatively low production costs and air-to-ground flexibility gives purchasers plenty of bang for their buck. Some researchers, however, are arguing that the F-35 will not be up to snuff when pitted against ...

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