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March 4, 2013News for the aerospace industry

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  • Lawmakers may work on overtime sequester bill
    Sequestration cuts now under way could be halted if a deal is hammered out within a 26-day window. That's because the law requires an evaluation March 27, the date by which cuts must be made. Bipartisan discussions are going on now that could lead to sequester-fix legislation, said Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich. Defense News (3/3) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Overseas weapons sales, partnerships are at risk with cuts
    Sequestration cuts could delay exports of U.S. weapons and are causing nervousness among U.S. allies who worry that they will affect partnerships such as the purchase of the F-35 fighter jets. Training conducted jointly with other nations is expected to take a hit, as well. The cuts "could impact not only our readiness, but, frankly, the role that we would play with regards to the readiness of NATO, as well," former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said last month. Defense News (3/2) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Navy will implement delays, cutbacks within weeks
    The Navy within weeks will begin renegotiating contracts for submarines, defer deployments to some ships and shut down Carrier Air Wing Two. These are some of the cost-cutting moves it plans to make in response to sequestration. "These actions aren't final yet, but we've begun the process for them to take place," a Navy official said. "We're still holding out hope that sequestration will be fixed, or that Congress will pass a defense appropriations bill." Defense News (3/3) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • FAA will detail plans for sequestration this week
    The Federal Aviation Administration plans to announce details this week on measures to trim $600 million from its budget. The budget cuts are required by sequestration, which went into effect Friday. The FAA previously announced plans to furlough employees and close or cut back on operations at 160 towers. AVweb (3/3) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Law enforcement agencies turn to UAVs for solving crimes
    Law enforcement agencies across the U.S. are finding practical uses, such as solving crimes, for unmanned aerial vehicles. "The real utility of unmanned aerial systems is not the sexy stuff. It's the crime scene and accident reconstruction," said Ben Miller, a sheriff's deputy in Mesa County, Colo. Reuters (3/3) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Urgent call to action – write Congress and the White House to repeal sequestration
    Because of the White House's and Congress' inability to reach a deal to reverse sequestration, the initial round of multibillion cuts to defense and non-defense federal agencies has begun. Although these cuts are now being implemented, it is not too late to repeal this bad policy and develop a balanced, bi-partisan solution to our nation's debt and deficit problem. Now is the time to reach out to your elected officials to communicate the urgent need to repeal sequestration. Go to the Second to None website to send a letter to your elected officials in Washington today. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • AIA vows to continue fight against sequestration
    Aerospace Industries Association President and CEO Marion C. Blakey calls on Congress and President Obama to use the opportunity of extending the Continuing Resolution to reverse sequestration budget cuts as quickly as possible -- Sequestration cuts were never supposed to happen but were intended to hold the discretionary budget as a hostage to ensure a balanced solution to our nation's fiscal challenges. Read more. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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