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Amid hiring boom, defense firms say labor shortage is dragging them down
Labor shortfalls rooted in the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic remain a millstone around the neck of the defense industry, forcing firms to juggle staff, hold job fairs and find workarounds to keep operations running as smoothly as possible.
By Joe Gould and Stephen Losey
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Jet ejection seat, breathing system oversight strengthened in defense bill
The provisions of the defense policy bill aim to prevent further deaths and injuries among military pilots.
Defense firms quietly resume political giving after post-insurrection pause
Defense companies have slowly ramped up their political donations to the Republicans they once purported to shun over a refusal to acknowledge President Joe Biden’s 2020 election win.
By Joe Gould
The military is scrambling to understand the aviation crash risk from a new 5G sale
More than a dozen commercial aviation groups are warning that the sale of spectrum could lead to interference and even fatalities.
By Valerie Insinna and Aaron Mehta
Coronavirus shaking up America’s defense industry
The U.S. aerospace and defense sector is feeling the impact of the coronavirus, with companies limiting travel, defense trade events scuttled and contingency planning underway.
By Joe Gould and Valerie Insinna