Research cuts, a new anti-ship missile, and NASA software upgrades this week on Rapid fire

NASHUA, N.H., 19 March 2014. Potentially dangerous cuts in military research, a software upgrade for NASA mission control, and the end in sight for development of the next-generation anti-ship missile highlight this week's Rapid Fire interview with John Keller and Ernesto Burden of Military & Aerospace Electronics.

Mar 19th, 2014
<B>NASHUA, N.H., 18 March 2014.</B> Potentially dangerous cuts in military research, a software upgrade for NASA mission control, and the end in sight for development of the next-generation anti-ship missile highlight this week's Rapid Fire interview with John Keller and Ernesto Burden of Military & Aerospace Electronics.  Each week the Military & Aerospace Electronics exclusive Rapid Fire interview at Google Hangouts highlights and discusses the top three stories of this week, chosen by John Keller, chief editor of Military & Aerospace Electronics.
<B>NASHUA, N.H., 18 March 2014.</B> Potentially dangerous cuts in military research, a software upgrade for NASA mission control, and the end in sight for development of the next-generation anti-ship missile highlight this week's Rapid Fire interview with John Keller and Ernesto Burden of Military & Aerospace Electronics. Each week the Military & Aerospace Electronics exclusive Rapid Fire interview at Google Hangouts highlights and discusses the top three stories of this week, chosen by John Keller, chief editor of Military & Aerospace Electronics.

NASHUA, N.H., 19 March 2014. Potentially dangerous cuts in military research, a software upgrade for NASA mission control, and the end in sight for development of the next-generation anti-ship missile highlight this week's Rapid Fire interview with John Keller and Ernesto Burden of Military & Aerospace Electronics.

Each week the Military & Aerospace Electronics exclusive Rapid Fire interview at Google Hangouts highlights and discusses the top three stories of this week, chosen by John Keller, chief editor of Military & Aerospace Electronics.

Readers can see the top three stories for Rapid Fire this week online. Click on the headlines below for details and complete stories.

Military research spending continues to trend down; when do we risk a budget cut too far?

Demonstration of new anti-ship missile nears end with $175 million contract to Lockheed Martin

NASA chooses Tietronix to perform software research and maintenance at mission control

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