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Dynetics Opens Aerospace Structures Complex

Dynetics’ new Aerospace Structures Complex in Decatur supports the development, integration and structural qualification testing of large aerospace structures for NASA, the Department of Defense and commercial customers.

Lockheed Martin Closes $2.7B Deal for Moon Jumpers

NASA doubled down on its commitment to Lockheed Martin spacecraft in September, finalizing a deal for at least six, and possibly as many as 12, Orion capsules to go to the moon and beyond.

Space Command Launched, Headquarters Selection Still up in the Air

President Donald Trump officially launched the U.S. Space Command in a press event on the White House lawn August 29. But he did not...

Big Space Command Reveal This Week

The Rocket City is one of six finalists that could be named the headquarters of the new United States Space Command later this week.

Return to the Moon

NASA is hard at work on plans to return humans to the moon in the next five years.

American Airlines Adding Non-stop, Same-day Flight to Reagan National

Business travelers wanting to go from Alabama’s capital to Washington, D.C. will have a new option in January 2020, when American Airlines will add a same-day, return flight between Montgomery Regional Airport (MGM) and Reagan National Airport (DCA).

Second Airbus Model Now in Production in Mobile

Designed specifically for the 100- to 150-seat market, the plane was developed by Bombardier in Mirabel, Quebec, Canada, before joining the Airbus product lineup.

Huntsville Airport to Get $10.4M Upgrade

$10.4 million in U.S. Department of Transportation money will soon be flowing to the Rocket City’s airport to improve infrastructure.

It’s Good to be Lockheed Martin: Combat Systems, Cruise Missiles, Jobs Galore

Defense contracting giant Lockheed Martin said early this summer that it won’t take part in the race to design the U.S. Navy’s new frigate,...

Angelia Walker’s Surprise Opportunity Led to Three Decades with NASA

A surprise call from NASA in 1987 changed Angelia Walker’s life. The Phenix City native was starting her first semester at Columbia Theological Seminary...

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