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Sequestration Whacks National Space Symposium: NASA Drops Out, Some Air Force Cancel

Posted by Colin Clark on


WASHINGTON: For those who aren’t part of the insular space community, you need to know that the National Space Symposium is the most important conference on space issues in the world. Everyone goes: the intelligence community; the Air Force; Army; Navy; industry; allies; even senior Chinese officials show up fairly regularly these days. Some 9,000… Keep reading →

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Tanks For The Memories: What Was Hot At Massive Army Meet-Up

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


AUSA: The Association of the US Army’s annual meeting was smaller this year, but when it comes to AUSA — like most things Army-related– small is a relative term. The conference, held this week, engulfed the entire Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Defense industry displays ranging from rifles to huge armored vehicles sprawled over 198,000… Keep reading →

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An Army Of One Booth: Service Downsizes At AUSA

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


WASHINGTON: It’s still DC’s largest conference of the year, but the 2012 annual meeting of the Association of the US Army is smaller than it was. Most obviously, all the Army branches, tribes, and fiefdoms that normally fly their own individual banners at AUSA have been consolidated into a single, relatively modest exhibit. “You’ll notice… Keep reading →

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