Aerospace & Defense

Industry News | August 12, 2019
NASA Announces US Industry Partnerships to Advance Moon, Mars Tech   

As NASA prepares to land humans on the Moon by 2024 with the Artemis program, commercial companies are developing new technologies. More>>

Development News | August 7, 2019
FL: Lockheed FBM HQ Relocates to Space Coast, Bringing 350 Jobs   

The EDC of Florida’s Space Coast (EDC) recognized a milestone as Lockheed Martin’s Fleet Ballistic Missile HQ relocated to Titusville. More>>

Industry News | August 5, 2019
MS: Gov. Phil Bryant Announces Space Initiative and Space Force    

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant announced a new economic development Space Initiative and formation of the Mississippi National Guard Space Directorate.... More>>

Development News | July 31, 2019
KY: Atlas Air to Add Nearly 600 Jobs with Move to Erlanger   

Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Inc. will move its operations center from Florence to Erlanger with a $34.1 million investment. More>>

Agency | July 29, 2019
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Industry News | July 29, 2019
Lockheed to Move F-35 Jet Parts Sourcing to U.S. from Turkey   

Lockheed Martin says it's working to establish alternate supply sources for F-35 parts in the U.S., removing Turkey from the fighter jet program. More>>

Development News | July 22, 2019
MD: RADA Technologies Plans New HQ in Montgomery Co., to Hire 80   

RADA Technologies, LLC, which produces electronics for the aerospace and defense industry, is planning a new headquarters in Germantown, Md. More>>

Agency | July 17, 2019
Gadsden Etowah Industrial Development Authority   


Industry News | July 15, 2019
AL: Alabama Aerospace Exports Surge as Industry Growth Gains Pace   

Exports of Alabama-made aerospace products and parts increased in markets around the world last year, as the industry continued to invest in the... More>>

Industry News | July 15, 2019
Pentagon Study: Key Aircraft Parts Producers are Disappearing in U.S.   

A Pentagon study says suppliers of parts critical to the design and manufacture of next-generation combat aircraft are withering away in the U.S. More>>