Shot Down?

Buetow, Mike
May 2007
Circuits Assembly;May2007, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p5
Trade Publication
The author discusses the impact of the growing defense budget of the U.S. on the military electronics industry. The $522 U.S. defense budget is more than half of global defense spending. Analyst Ed Henderson predicts the slow down of military electronics growth in 2008. The budget would support electronics procurement and research for communications, electronics, telecommunication and intelligence technologies, according to a Defense Department proposal.


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