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With the coming of the holiday season, Defense Industry Daily’s publication schedule has slowed somewhat. Both December 25 & 26 were non-publishing days, and DID will not publish on Mon Dec 31/07 or Tues Jan 1/08 either. 2007 has been a year of growth for DID, and 2008 promises to be a very significant year for our publication. A number of new features are in various stages of development, and we look forward to rolling them out to you all in the new year. We’re always interested in your ideas, so if you have a couple minutes to spare at this time of year, it certainly wouldn’t hurt to drop editorial@ a line here at to talk to us about features you’d like to see, propose better ways of leveraging professional online resources like LinkedIn et. al. and/or industry professional groups, and generally offer any thoughts you may not have expressed in our recent reader survey (which can still be filled out, if you haven’t done it yet). Meanwhile, our editor recently spent some time at both AMARG/Davis-Monthan, and the Pima Air & Space Museum. Joe recommends both venues very highly, and he reports a very interesting conversation with […]

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