New York, Geneva (AirGuideBusiness - Aerospace & Defense News - Defense Europe) Sep 29, 2013
Report raises concerns over NATO readiness With the U.S. focusing its naval resources more in the Asia-Pacific region, NATO allies' readiness to handle maritime work around Europe is increasingly in question, according to a new report. "[Q]uestions are increasingly arising about the capabilities of NATO's European navies to project power and sustain operations around their eastern and southern maritime flanks," says the American Enterprise Institute report titled "NATO at Sea, Trends in Allied Naval Power." Sep 27, 2013
Volunteers keep WWII Lancaster bomber flying A team of volunteers has worked for 25 years to keep the Hamilton Warplane Heritage MuseumOs World War II Lancaster bomber flying. "She's my mistress, she's my passion, my love. And she's got an attitude like anything -- she's a high-maintenance girl," said flight engineer Craig Brookhouse. The Lancaster costs about a half million dollars per year to keep running, paid for largely by public donations. Sep 25, 2013
EADS EADS North America will deliver contractor logistics support and service (CLSS) to four CN235-300 Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) for Mexican Navy. The CLSS contract consists of one base year with four one-year options. The contract includes a field service representative to provide on-site technical...