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October 7, 2010 at 11:32am

Defense spending cuts have trickle down effect

Here is an interesting piece from the Los Angeles Times about the future of small aerospace business due to cuts in defense spending. While the story primarily focuses on businesses in the LA area, the same could apply for several other areas across the country.

Here's a quote from the piece: "The golden era of aerospace has passed," said Tom Captain, principal of Deloitte's aerospace and defense consulting practice. "There is now a siren call for businesses to transfer from a hardware-based machine shop to a software-based technologically advanced firm." 

To read the entire story, click here

Filed under: Defense News, Web/Tech,

February 20, 2010 at 1:31pm

Military officials ease thumb drive policy

In a move that will likely please computer saavy service members, military officials have decided to ease up on the policy banning use "thumb drives" and other flash media to store computer data.

As someone who had to abide by this policy while working as a contractor for the Air Force, I can honestly say this will make life a lot easier for many across all branches. 

Filed under: U.S. Air Force, Web/Tech,

November 20, 2009 at 9:22am

What to do when your landing gear

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