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March 8, 2013News for the aerospace industry

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  • White House export proposals head to Congress
    The Obama administration has sent to Congress its suggested changes to the export rules that govern how U.S. manufacturers can sell to overseas customers. The defense industry has been pushing for an easing of export restrictions to allow for greater sales abroad. The reforms include a shift from the State Department to the Commerce Department for oversight of some items for export. Defense News (3/7) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story

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  • Sequester hurts small firms the most, experts say
    Small defense firms, which depend upon a limited number of contracts for their revenue, will be hit hardest by sequestration, say experts, as they are less able to sustain the loss in cash flow than their larger counterparts. "I guarantee you that some firms will go out of business as a result of sequestration," said Mark Drever, president of Virginia-based Xcelerate Solutions, a small firm that relies on the Pentagon for about half of its business. Politico (Washington, D.C.) (3/7) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Hawaii will bear heavy sequester hit, military says
    Hawaii will be the state most affected by sequestration job losses, military leaders say, because the cuts will furlough about 20,000 civilian employees, about 3.2% of the state's jobs, and because military spending in the state is so significant. "Likely impacts include reduced spending at restaurants, decisions to defer major purchases, and reduced spending on clothing, dining out and recreational activities," said Col. David Tagg, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific. "Each dollar not spent by a furloughed employee represents lost revenue for the state." KHNL-TV/KGMB-TV (Honolulu) (3/7) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Atlas V to launch surveillance satellite March 19
    The United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket is ready for its next mission: a launch March 19 to carry a missile-detection satellite into orbit. The Air Force satellite, part of a network, will be launched at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Spaceflight Now (3/7) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • AIA congratulates Hagel on confirmation
    The Aerospace Industries Association offers its congratulations to Secretary of Defense Charles "Chuck" Hagel on being confirmed by the United States Senate to succeed Defense Secretary Leon Panetta. Read more. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • AIA partners with Naylor, LLC to release new Member Resource Guide
    For the first time, AIA is publishing a comprehensive Membership Resource Guide to provide AIA members with information on all of the benefits and opportunities available to members. The first edition of the AIA Member Resource Guide will be available both in print and online, and distributed to all of AIA's members as well as high-level government and administration officials. If you are interested in advertising in AIA's Member Resource Guide, learn more here. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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