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  1. 2 soldiers killed, 6 hurt in SC when hit by military vehicle

    10.07 / 16:13 aerotechnews.com Aerotechnews.com - Technology
    FORT JACKSON, S.C. (AP) — Military officials say two soldiers are dead and six are hurt after a military vehicle struck them while they were in formation at an Army base in South Carolina. Fort Jackson officials say two of the six soldiers injured Friday afternoon were in critical condition and all of the s…
  2. Headlines – October 6, 2017

    10.07 / 05:10 aerotechnews.com Aerotechnews.com - Technology
    News Three Green Berets killed in Niger, 2 others injured in attack – A joint American and Nigerien patrol came under hostile fire in southwest Niger, officials at U.S. Africa Command confirmed Oct. 4.     Business Airbus defense unit freezes capex, may miss cash goals: memo – Airbus Defence and Space has frozen…
  3. Oct. 14, 1947: Breaking barriers, and a rib or two….

    10.07 / 05:10 aerotechnews.com Aerotechnews.com - Technology
    The anniversary of the first manned supersonic flight comes around every year on Oct. 14. Being that this one falls “on the tens,” we will see more celebration and reflection of this famous date when the Bell X-1, with Chuck Yeager at the controls, “chased that demon out in the thin air” and punched a…
  4. SecAF addresses air and space innovation

    10.07 / 05:10 aerotechnews.com Aerotechnews.com - Technology
    Air Force photograph by Wayne A. Clark Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson speaks at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C., Oct. 5, 2017. Wilson highlighted the need to invest in our Airmen, readiness, modernization and the future of space operations. Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson spoke about…
  5. ULA launches electronic eavesdropping satellite for NRO

    10.07 / 05:10 aerotechnews.com Aerotechnews.com - Technology
    A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket lofted a classified intelligence-gathering payload into orbit for the National Reconnaissance Office late Sept. 23. Since its formation in 2006, ULA — a joint venture between Boeing and Lockheed Martin — has launched 25 NRO satellites on secret national security missions using various boosters from the workhorse…
  6. NASA showcases aeronautics at Balloon Fiesta

    10.07 / 05:10 aerotechnews.com Aerotechnews.com - Technology
    NASA photograph by Jay Levine An electric motor used for research at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center in California is one of the displays at the NASA exhibit. A virtual rainbow of hot air balloons will grace a canvas of southwestern sky at the 46th annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta in New Mexico from…