Aerospace & Defense Articles

Article | March 31, 2004
Get in the Fast Lane   

Uncle Sam is rapidly becoming one of the most innovative and influential forces in our economy – driving the growth of businesses and... More>>


Article | December 31, 2003
Winning the 7E7   

EVERETT, Wash. - When Deborah Knutson ordered the champagne last December, she didn’t know if it would be for the holiday celebration of a lifetime... More>>


Article | December 31, 2003
Ohio: Automotive and Aerospace Industries   

As we settle in to the 21st century, no place is more ready than Ohio to expand its capabilities in the automotive and aerospace industries. More>>


Article | December 31, 2003
North Carolina Soars with Success   

Equipped with new, flexible incentives, a well-skilled workforce and one of the nation’s lowest corporate tax costs, North Carolina continues to... More>>


Article | December 31, 2003
AIA and Election 2004 Aerospace Issues   

The Aerospace Industries Association, a trade group representing 79 regular and 152 associate member U. S. aerospace manufacturers, has launched a... More>>


Article | December 31, 2003
SAE 100 Years   

In 2005 the Society of Automotive Engineers will celebrate its 100th anniversary. Personal freedom and mobility are nearly inseparable, and nowhere... More>>


Article | December 31, 2003
Site Selection in the Aerospace Industry   

The aerospace industry in the United States is an important engine to our nation’s economy. Despite recent increases in defense spending, the past... More>>


Article | June 30, 2003
Virginia: A Top Choice for Bioscience Companies   

For nearly 400 years, the Commonwealth of Virginia has long supported business prosperity, dating back to Jamestown, the first permanent English... More>>


Article | March 31, 2003
Foreign Trade Zones: Using Federal Trade Program as a Local Economic Development Tool   

The U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones program has grown profoundly over the last three decades. In 1970 there were 8 General Purpose Zones and 3 special... More>>


Article | March 31, 2003
Indiana: Be in a State of Progress   

If you’re surprised that the plastics and metals industries hold such a dominant role in Indiana business, don’t be. The Midwest remains the home... More>>