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  • Navy tests laser gun by zapping motorboat off California coast

     
    The U.S. Navy fired a laser raygun mounted on a warship, zapping – and setting fire to -- an empty motor boat as it bobbed in the Pacific Ocean....
  • Northrop Grumman shows off optionally piloted Firebird spy plane [Video]

     
    Northrop Grumman Corp. released a video of its new optionally-piloted Firebird drone as it coasts the skies above the Mojave Desert....
  • Solar-powered drone stays aloft for two weeks, breaking endurance records

     
    A lightweight, solar-powered drone with a massive 73-foot wingspan flew above the clouds for 14 days straight, shattering long-standing aviation endurance records, according to the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale. The international governing...
  • NASA pushes for a green jetliner

     
    NASA Green Plane Technology...
  • Apple names former Northrop CEO Ron Sugar to board

     
    Ron Sugar named to Apple Inc.’s board of directors...
  • SpaceX opens office in Alabama to be 'part of Rocket City'

     
    Space Exploration Technologies Corp. quietly opened a new office Thursday in Huntsville, Ala., dubbed "Rocket City" for its long history with U.S. space missions. The company, better known as SpaceX, tried to keep the news under the radar, but it......
  • REIT spends $51 million on Northrop Grumman campus in Carson

     
    A five-building Northrop Grumman Corp. campus in Carson has been sold to a Massachusetts real estate investment trust for $51 million, real estate brokerage CB Richard Ellis said Friday. The complex of two-story office buildings on the southwest corner...
  • Drone industry a boost to Southland's aerospace industry

     
    Defense analysts will tell you that robotic planes, or drones, are the most hotly sought-after weapon system in a generation. The Pentagon has spent at least $20 billion on the technology since 2001. Southern California, with its rich aerospace history...
  • NASA goes into the eye of Hurricane Earl

     
    While the tendency for most people is to run from a hurricane, the folks at NASA don’t appear to share that sentiment. NASA sent a robotic plane into the eye of Hurricane Earl, which is moving toward the East Coast. The unmanned spy plane, called the...
  • Buying American

    Today, Carter and Korb debate whether Congress should safeguard U.S. manufacturing by ensuring military contracts go to domestic firms, or leave it up to the military. Earlier this week, they discussed the legality of evidence gleaned from torture,...
  • Boeing's tanker tantrum

    The yawns that greet stories about the Pentagon's process of selecting new equipment have, in recent months, been replaced by gasps as the fight over a particular acquisition has played out in the pages of and others. Specifically at issue is the...