TID Contributors

Print
John W. Douglass

Aerospace Industries Association


John W. Douglass

John W. Douglass is president and chief executive officer of the Aerospace Industries Association, which represents the nation's manufacturers of commerical, military and business aircraft, helicopters, aircraft engines, missiles, spacecraft, material and related components and equipment. A nationally recognized expert in systems acquisition, Mr. Douglass has extensive acquisition experience in Congress, the Defense Department, and the executive branch as a policy authority, contracting officer, engineering officer, test and evaluation officer, program control officer and research director. Mr. Douglass is currently a member of the Commission on the Future of the U.S.  Aerospace Industry established by the Floyd D. Spence National Defense Authorization Act, Public Law 106-398, Section 1092.


Article | April 30, 2007
Aerospace Industry Flying High   

By: John W. Douglass

The U.S. aerospace industry is building on an extremely strong showing last year toward a near future marked by strength in every segment –...more >>


Article | April 30, 2006
Aerospace Going Full Throttle   

By: John W. Douglass

The U.S. aerospace and defense industry is going strong this year, riding a wave of momentum from 2005 marked by strong business in the defense and...more >>


Article | December 31, 2004
Aerospace Sales, Exports Continue Growth   

By: John W. Douglass

As 2004 came to a close it brought good news for the U.S. Aerospace sector. Aerospace sales, orders, exports, and employment all increased...more >>


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

By: John W. Douglass

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


Print