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Center-Level Small Business Subcontractor of the Year ClancyJG International

ClancyJG International has direct experience in providing contract resources on Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Department of Defense (DoD) and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) support contracts and is currently a FAA and DoD Prime Contractor Continue reading

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Mountain-Size Asteroid to Fly by Earth Monday

A mountain-size asteroid will zoom past Earth Monday (Jan. 26), marking the closest pass by such a large space rock until 2027. Continue reading

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‘Unrelenting’ need for drones will prompt changes in Air Force

The Air Force units that run the service’s fleet of drone aircraft are “under significant stress,” with long hours and a potential brain drain coming that will prompt a variety of changes, Air Force Secretary Deborah James said Thursday. Continue reading

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NELLIS AGGRESSORS BRING ‘FIGHT’ TO LUKE

The 64th Aggressor Squadron from Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, came to Luke Air Force Base Dec. 7 through 16, 2014, to provide their expertise and specialized skills to aid students from the 308th and 309th fighter squadrons with flight training and academics. Continue reading

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CNN gets FAA clearance for drone journalism

Since last year, the cable news network has been studying the use of drones for news-gathering by teaming up with researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, who has played an integral role in collecting data. Continue reading

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FAA chief sees better flying today

FAA Administrator Michael Huerta says good weather, additional airspace and improvements to the highways in the sky should make for easy flights home at the end of this long Thanksgiving weekend. Continue reading

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World’s first ‘Jetman’ flies over Dubai desert (VIDEO)

The world will never be the same. We can now fly wearing nothing but a jetpack on our backs. And its awesome. Check out this amazing video below: Continue reading

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Retiring Buck McKeon Service to be recognized

The Antelope Valley Board of Trade and other participating local and regional organizations will bid farewell to retiring Congressman Howard P. “Buck” McKeon at a Friday, Sept. 26 reception in the Rancho Vista Golf Club (formerly Cascades) at Rancho Vista … Continue reading

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Axis Glove That Controls a Robot

This homemade glove and gesture controlled rover was created by [electro18]. It can send temperature, battery level, and object distance to the LCD panel on the wrist. Instead of a typical joystick, this wireless system taps into an embedded accelerometer to maneuver … Continue reading

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DJI Spreading Wings S900

DJI Innovations keeps pushing new products into the market. Market leader in flying camera technology recently introduced Ground Station for its Phantom 2 Vision and Drop Safe parachute system (ok, not on the shelf yet, but is coming). This time it is an impressive hexacopter drone, named Spreading Wings S900. Continue reading

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