COVID19 and Leading Your Programs
Customers around the globe are moving quickly to establish priorities in terms of what is essential for aerospace and defense programs.

For information from the U.S. Defense Department, see these stories:
Aug 07, 2020
A two-year evaluation has coalesced into plans to field a sea-based interceptor as quickly as possible.
Jul 31, 2020
An Aviation Week panel sees significant changes coming in global military aircraft procurement over the next several years, as countries battered by the biggest global economic contraction since World War II look to simultaneously scale back defense spending and prop up their indigenous industries.
Jul 31, 2020
Capitol Hill is continuing to wait for the Pentagon to submit a report proposing changes to Space Force acquisition, but the document still needs to receive a blessing from the White House.
Jul 30, 2020
The 737 MAX is the only Boeing commercial program slated to see its monthly production rate increase during the next few years. 
Jul 21, 2020
A 2017 call to embrace a new, digital-based tack to design and production is guiding Boeing’s path to future defense and space contracts.
Jul 20, 2020
Boeing’s MAX backlog, already hit hard as lessors re-shuffle their commitments, could erode even more as airline financial situations deteriorate…
Jul 20, 2020
Leaps in computing power, sensors and weapons will benefit the F-35 in the next eight years—if Lockheed can keep modernization on track.
Jul 17, 2020
NASA has resumed preparations for a key hot fire test of the first Space Launch System (SLS) core booster, but the agency is keeping a wary eye on coronavirus cases striking members of the Mississippi-based test team, Administrator Jim Bridenstine said on July 17.

 

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