Archive for February, 2007


Why Boeing will win the aerial refueler contest

The Northrop Grumman/EADS partnership continues to advance its proposed KC-30 replacement for the aging Boeing KC-135 aerial tanker, winning an important point with the …

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Theater of war

Online videos show the troops’ view of Iraq

At some risk to my position at AFJ, I must observe that reading milblogs sometimes feels hopelessly out of date — the online scene …

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To President Bush

For his choice of Adm. William “Fox” Fallon and Gen. David Petraeus as key new commanders to carry out the new Iraq plan.

The juxtaposition of Fallon, a Navy veteran with a …

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To the congressional democrats

For threatening to derail the president’s new Iraq plan before it has been given a chance to succeed.

While none of the choices in Iraq are good, Democrats’ alternatives hinge on quitting …

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A blossoming relationship

For all the recent developments in the U.S.-Japan alliance, perhaps the most striking is that the alliance managers have made it look so easy. This is no mean accomplishment — the relationship …

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Eye on a $100 billion pie

U.S. aerospace and defense companies are stepping up efforts to secure a major portion of an estimated $10 billion in annual purchases that India says it plans to spend over the next …

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