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:
Jun 02, 2020
LONDON—The UK will launch a new tender for coastguard aviation services in 2021 with a focus on increased use of fixed-wing and unmanned platforms.
May 28, 2020
Agency plans to integrate reviews into formal certification process.
May 19, 2020
The 160th Special Operations Regiment is eager to shed hand-me-down fleets, but will Army decisions let them?
May 18, 2020
Citing concerns about Tropical Storm Arthur, which was passing off the coast of North Carolina on May 18, SpaceX is standing down from its planned May 19 launch of a Falcon 9 rocket to build out its Starlink network, putting the long-awaited flight test of a crewed Dragon spacecraft next on the launch schedule. 
May 15, 2020
Faced with massive cost pressures during the COVID-19 crisis, Mitsubishi cuts back on regional jet investment.
May 12, 2020
Democratic control of the White House likely will not be negative for defense but would introduce some new factors and issues.
May 11, 2020
When Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken splash down in the Atlantic Ocean following their SpaceX Demo-2 flight to the International Space Station, it will mark the first time NASA astronauts have landed in the ocean in nearly 45 years.
May 08, 2020
Boeing formally has decoupled restarting production of the 737 MAX from the recertification effort for the grounded narrowbody, and the OEM and leading supplier Spirit AeroSystems have begun making new aircraft, according to the latter’s top executive.

 

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