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  • UK military to buy additional Boeing C-17 aircraft

    UK military to buy additional Boeing C-17 aircraft
    The UK military is buying an additional C-17 Globemaster transport aircraft, produced by US manufacturer Boeing, Prime Minister David Cameron said Wednesday. "This aircraft is becoming an absolutely brilliant workhorse for the RAF [Royal Air Force] in...
  • Water regulators approve historic bay cleanup

    Water regulators approve historic bay cleanup
    SAN DIEGO – The San Diego Regional Water Control Board approved an unprecedented San Diego Bay cleanup project Wednesday. The board is moving forward with its recommendation to remove 60 acres of polluted sediment near the shipyards south of the...
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  • Revolution Wrap Up Fifth Year of Franchise

    Revolution Wrap Up Fifth Year of Franchise
    The following is a release from the York Revolution: Now that the fifth season of York Revolution baseball has drawn to a close, the organization is thrilled to report another successful year at the gate, with the team's charitable efforts and on the...
  • Man fired for obesity wins $55,000

    Man fired for obesity wins $55,000
    Big news for Ronald Kratz, II, the guy who was fired from his warehouse job in Sealy for being too fat. Well, this week the big guy got paid! Back in 2009, BAE Systems decided Ron's weight, 680-pounds, made him too big to do his job. He was over 400...
  • Navy's supersonic electromagnetic rail gun is everything you'd expect

    Navy's supersonic electromagnetic rail gun is everything you'd expect
    The Department of Defense spends some of the money on developing new weapons...like a supersonic electromagnetic rail gun. No gunpowder to fire this baby...just electrical current... LOTS of electrical current! Developed by the folks at BAE Systems,...
  • Wal-Mart Silenced Mexican Bribe Inquiry

    Wal-Mart Silenced Mexican Bribe Inquiry
    (Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc, the world's largest retailer, squelched an internal investigation into allegations of bribery at its Mexican subsidiary instead of broadening the probe, the New York Times reported on Saturday. The Times said that in...
  • BAE Systems York Announces Layoffs for the Summer

    BAE Systems York Announces Layoffs for the Summer
    One of York County's largest employers is laying off workers.  BAE Systems Land & Armaments in West Manchester Township says it will temporarily furlough about 210 Bradley production line employees for 30 days from mid-July through mid-August.   A company...
  • Shipyard serves our nation

    Northrop Grumman Newport News, the nation's largest shipyard, is one of the local economy's driving forces. The yard — Hampton Roads' largest private employer, with about 20,000 workers — is the nation's sole maker of nuclear-powered aircraft...
  • Going green: What does it mean?

    It's non-toxic, biodegradable and all-natural. Its manufacture is energy-efficient. It's the ultimate in eco-clothing. The fur coat. According to the Fur Council of Canada — fur, like organic lettuce and solar power, is green. The furs that are...
  • Flying into the flu season

     
    A woman sleeps on a nearly vacant American Airlines flight from Miami to Mexico City during an outbreak of the H1N1 flu in April. Credit: Brennan Linsley/Associated Press.Television news shows and newspaper headlines scream about the potential dangers...
  • U.S. Army Recalls 44,000 Combat Helmets

    U.S. Army Recalls 44,000 Combat Helmets
    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- 44,000 Advanced Combat Helmets have been recalled by the U.S. Army amid concerns that they offer "substandard ballistic protection." In other words, according to Army sources, they won't deflect a bullet. All the helmets in question...