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September 15, 2011News for the aerospace industry

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  • Sikorsky's X-2 can't be scaled up to heavy-lift helo, executive says
    Scott Starrett, vice president for government business development at Sikorsky, said the company is not able to scale up its X-2 high-speed helicopter to the size of a heavy-lift helo. "There is a question on the scalability on the X-2 technology at the medium class," Starrett said. "When you get to the utility-medium or attack-medium class, it scales nicely." But with significant increases in size and weight "you starting getting up to that kind of payload and physical size and it gets to be a different challenge for the technology." Defense News (9/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  Commercial Aviation 
  • LightSquared says it has resolved GPS interference issue
    Jeff Carlisle, an executive at LightSquared, said the company has debunked concerns that its planned cellular network cannot coexist with existing GPS devices. Carlisle said LightSquared has teamed with a GPS technology firm to create a prototype device. But the company did not address whether the new plan would interfere with high-precision GPS devices used in aviation and other industries. Reuters (9/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • TSA bill amendment would ban scanners showing detailed body images
    An amendment to the TSA Authorization Act of 2011 that would end the use of scanners that produce detailed images of travelers' bodies passed the House Subcommittee on Transportation Security on Wednesday. The proposal gives the Transportation Security Administration 90 days to install software that produces generic images on the machines. "This amendment will protect Americans' dignity and ensure, to the extent an AIT machine can, our nation's transportation infrastructure remains secure," said Rep. Chip Craavack, R-Minn., who introduced the amendment. The TSA did not comment on the proposal. MSNBC/Overhead Bin blog (9/14) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • This week is National Aerospace Week!
    National Aerospace Week highlights the contributions of the aerospace industry to the United States. Learn more at www.NationalAerospaceWeek.org and join the National Aerospace Week conversation on Twitter using hashtag #NAW11. LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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AAAS Science & Technology FellowsAmerican Association for the Advancement of Sciencewashington, DC
AAAS Science & Technology Policy FellowshipsAmerican Association for the Advancement of ScienceWashington, DC
Inside Sales SupervisorA.M. Castle & Co.Dallas, TX
Government Contracts Compliance AnalystAviallDallas, TX
Manager - ContractsAerojetRedmond, WA
Sr. Government Business Development RepresentativeAviallDallas, TX
Product Line Marketing Analyst IIAviallUrbana, OH
Senior Electromechanical Assembly TechnicianGoodrich CorporationPrinceton, NJ
Various Aerospace & Defense Opportunities withinDeloitte Consulting LLPMultiple Locations, United States
Vice President, Supplier ManagementAerospace Industries AssociationArlington, VA
International Affairs (Part-time)Aerospace Industries AssociationArlington, VA
Sr. Software EngineerAurora Flight SciencesManassas, VA
Sr. Electrical EngineerAurora Flight SciencesManassas, VA
Mechanical Inspector GD&TAerojetSacramento , CA
Vice President, Acquisition PolicyAerospace Industries AssociationArlington, VA
Customer Service Center Warehouse ManagerAviallVan Nuys, CA
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