Why The KC-46 Is The Better Plane For Taxpayers And Troops (From InsideSources) Lexington COO Loren Thompson’s July 15 piece in Forbes (“Why The Air Force’s ‘Bridge Tanker’ Will Likely Be A Bridge To Nowhere For Airbus”) was referenced in an InsideSources article on the benefits of the Boeing KC-46 engine versus its Airbus rival. ...
Newport News Shipbuilding Will Likely See A Boost From Australian Deal, Analysts Say (From The Daily Press) Lexington COO Loren Thompson was quoted in a piece by the Newport News, Virginia-based Daily Press projecting that the recent AUKUS defense agreement with the UK and Australia would bring more business for the city’s shipyards. “It sure is early days, ...
Space Force Zeroing-in On Satellites, Launch Vehicles, Radar, Electro-optical Sensors, Communications, And Cyber Security (From Military & Aerospace Electronics) A 2018 quote by Lexington COO Loren Thompson in the Washington Post was included in a piece by Military & Aerospace Electronics discussing the purposes and functions of the Space Force. A large section of the article was devoted to potential change ...
The Global War On Terror Shifted Air Force Vector, Boosted Wright-Patterson (From Dayton Daily News) Lexington COO Loren Thompson was featured in an article for the Dayton Daily News looking ahead to the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks and the impact the subsequent War on Terror had on the amount of work at the Wright-Patterso ...
Republicans Inflate Cost Of Taliban-Seized U.S. Military Equipment (From FactCheck.org) Lexington COO Loren Thompson was quoted in a FactCheck.org analysis of Congressional Republican claims that the Taliban had seized U.S. military equipment worth $85 billion after the withdrawal from Afghanistan. Not only was the value of the equipment ...
What Happened To US Military Equipment Left Behind In Afghanistan? (From USA Today) Lexington COO Loren Thompson was quoted in a USA Today piece analyzing what would become of the equipment left behind in Afghanistan after the U.S. withdrawal. Ultimately, said Thompson, “the systems and material will have little more than symbolic val ...
Fact Check: Photos Show Service Members Killed In 2017 Plane Crash, Not Kabul Attack (From USA Today) Lexington COO Loren Thompson was mentioned in a USA Today piece on the circulation of an image falsely depicting the U.S. service members killed in the August 26 ISIS-K attack on the Kabul airport. In reality, the image, largely spread on Facebook, dep ...
Boeing’s St. Louis F-15 Program Continues To Soar, Could Add 500 Jobs In Coming Years (From The St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Lexington COO Loren Thompson was quoted in a piece by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch discussing the production of the F-15 fighter in St. Louis, along with production of Boeing’s Super Hornet. The F-15 program alone added 500 jobs to Missouri, and Boeing ...
A New Hypersonic Missile Is Being Developed By Tucson-Based Raytheon Unit (From Tuscon.com) Lexington COO Loren Thompson was quoted in Tuscon.com, a Tuscon, Arizona-based news outlet, in a piece discussing Raytheon’s new contract with the Pentagon to develop a hypersonic missile. The Raytheon unit developing the missile is based out of Tuscon ...
Carl Levin, Six-Term Michigan Senator Who Garnered Bipartisan Respect, Dies At 87 (From The Washington Post) Lexington COO Loren Thompson was quoted by the Washington Post in their obituary for Carl Levin, the six-term Democratic senator from Michigan. He died July 29 in Detroit of lung cancer. In the Post’s words, Levin was “an influential leader on national ...
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