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  • Carter to face Indian demand for engine technology

    05/31/2015 10:19:51 PM PDT · by sukhoi-30mki · 7 replies
    Business Standard ^ | June 1, 2015 | Ajai Shukla
    The US-India defence relationship needs an engine to drive it, say leaders on both sides. But there are different perceptions on what that engine might be. Americans believe the engine should be the "Defence Trade and Technology Initiative" (DTTI), a high-level committee of officials from both sides that moots projects for working together, and removes bureaucratic roadblocks. In January, when President Barack Obama met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi, they "emphasised the ongoing importance of the (DTTI) in developing new areas of technology cooperation", according to a joint statement issued at that time. Indian officials are focused on...
  • DOD Is Stuck with a Flawed $1.5 Trillion Fighter Jet

    04/02/2014 9:21:58 AM PDT · by Blood of Tyrants · 81 replies
    The Fiscal Times ^ | 2/18/2014 | David Francis
    On CBSís ď60 MinutesĒ on Sunday night, national security correspondent David Martin chronicled the seemingly never-ending list of problems with the Pentagonís next-generation F-35 fight jet, from cost overruns of $160 billion to technical problems that have plagued the planeís development. When asked if the F-35 program, which is expected to cost some $1.5 trillion over the four-decade life of the program, is now under control, the Pentagonís acquisition chief, Frank Kendall, said, "Yes, it is." But that commitment came with a warning. ďLong gone is the time when we're going to pay for mistake after mistake after mistake," said...