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February 15, 2013News for the aerospace industry

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  • Navy cuts could be "catastrophic," BAE Systems executive says
    The U.S. Navy is planning to cancel maintenance and modernization on 22 ships if sequestration occurs March 1. "It is catastrophic to our industry, to our employees and, equally as important, to the readiness of those ships," said Bill Clifford, president of BAE Systems Ship Repair. CBS News (2/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Napolitano says sequester would hurt Homeland Security
    Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano says sequestration would force cuts in personnel. Napolitano wrote a letter to the ranking member of the House Homeland Security Committee saying that the "agency could not absorb the cuts without 'significantly negatively affecting frontline operations and our nation's previous investment in the homeland security enterprise.' " The Washington Post/Federal Eye blog (2/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Rolls-Royce forecasts higher profit in 2013
    Rolls-Royce Holdings has issued a forecast for higher profit in 2013 as demand for commercial aircraft rises. The engine manufacturer predicted "modest growth in underlying revenue and good growth in underlying profit with cash flow around break even" for the year. Bloomberg Businessweek (2/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Dragon capsule will travel to space station March 1
    NASA has announced plans to launch a private spacecraft to the International Space Station on March 1. The Dragon capsule, built by Space Exploration Technologies, will arrive at the space station March 2. The unmanned capsule will carry about 1,200 pounds of supplies and scientific experiments. (2/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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Vice President, National Security and Acquisition PolicyAerospace Industries Association (AIA)Arlington, VA
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