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Eads

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n.
James Buchanan, 1820–87, U.S. engineer and inventor.
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Airbus, the civil plane making unit of EADS, said it was not planning to issue a statement on Monday regarding the supplier number cut.
EADS North America Defense Security and Systems Solutions, a business unit of EADS North America, is a global Information Assurance (IA) leader, specializing in information technology security support services, consulting, development, simulation, design and training as well as Certification and Accreditation (C&A), security test and evaluation (ST&E), penetration testing, and vulnerability assessments.
Merkel Gives EADS Backing, But No Investor Package.
EADS North America has provided three UH-72A Lakota aircraft to the Army since contract award in June 2006.
We were on the verge of signing up some other carriers [in addition to Air France and Lufthansa] when EADS confirmed the new delays.
The EADS ARBS successfully completed a series of key milestones, including fully extending and maneuvering the refueling boom in-flight, thereby advancing the system to the next phase of flight evaluations intended to clear its use throughout the full refueling test and operations envelope.
EADS North America presented $100,000 to each of the state Governors to establish five-year scholarship programs at Mississippi State University and the University of Mississippi; the University of Central Florida and University of Florida; and South Carolina's Clemson University, The Citadel, and the University of South Carolina.
France owns a 15% stake in Airbus parent EADS, while German company DaimlerChrysler controls 22.
FRISCO, Texas -- As the first in the industry to successfully demonstrate the P25 Inter-RF Subsystem Interface in August 2006, EADS Secure Networks North America, Inc.
1 HC-144A was formally transferred to Coast Guard ownership last month, and was flown by one of the services' crews from the EADS CASA production center in Seville, Spain to the Coast Guard's Aircraft Repair and Supply Center (AR&SC) at Elizabeth City, North Carolina.
EADS as parent of Airbus is Europe's aerospace champion, the product of a deal which merged German, French and Spanish firms in 2000 to build scale needed to compete against much larger US companies.
The new EADS P25 digital trunked system will replace the County's aging conventional, analog system and is designed to support Cumberland County's Sheriff, Fire, Rescue, Communications District, Medical Services and Emergency Management Agency.