Defense Watch

July 2012
Defense Daily;7/20/2012, Vol. 255 Issue 16, p4
Market Research Report
The article presents several trends and developments in the aerospace and defense sector in the U.S. The U.S. government has planned to spend 500 billion dollars on Pentagon over the next decade. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has contributed funds to the Open Secure Socket Layer. Further it mentions the U.S. Navy has accepted the delivery of an offshore support vessel on behalf of the Iraqis.


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