February 16, 1993 |
Two women in their 60s who grow cotton in Madras, India, apparently pose the newest security threat to the B-2 Stealth bomber program: Their brother was thrown off the B-2 program after a security review deemed the women a risk. Thasamuthu Ramakrishnan, a U.S. citizen for nine years, had worked on the B-2 project since 1991 as a software engineer under an Air Force special-access clearance and had won plaudits from his supervisors.
August 7, 1990
The Constitution he suborned, The rule of law he lately scorned, The very safeguards he decried, Now save is sanctimonious hide. REDERIC E. PAMP Santa Ynez
March 8, 1996 |
Lockheed Martin, Machinists Reach Tentative Pact: Details of the proposed labor contract between Lockheed Martin Corp. and Machinists Union leaders won't be made public until they are released to the 12,500 rank-and-file members at three plants in the next two days. The Lockheed Martin plants are in Marietta, Ga.; Palmdale; and Sunnyvale, Calif. Union members at all sites will vote on the three-year pact Wednesday, the union said.
March 2, 1990 |
Over lunch recently, members of the Pico Rivera City Council came down "hard and heavy" on their congressman, Rep. Esteban E. Torres. They pressed him to support full funding of the expensive new Air Force plane being built in their Los Angeles County community--the B-2 Stealth bomber.
July 14, 1995 |
President Clinton's new plan for saving some of the 11,000 jobs that otherwise would be lost with the closing of McClellan Air Force Base near Sacramento may seem attractive politically but it is unlikely to produce the results he has promised, defense analysts said Thursday.