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  • 1. Second to NoneAmerican Aerospace & Defense 1,000,000 jobs
  • 2. Aerospace and Defense Industry Contributions to U.S. Leadership• Over 1 million high skilled, high paid middle class workers• Contributes $336 bil. to the U.S. GDP (2.23%)• Largest manufacturing trade surplus• Responsible for U.S. technological leadership in global economy• Provides technological advantage on the battlefield 2
  • 3. Aerospace and Defense Industry Challenges• National Security - Budget cuts and 2013 sequester ―unacceptable risk‖ in future combat operations• Civil Aviation - Aging and inefficient Air Traffic Control System• Space - Consistent vision and leadership needed• Trade - Export Controls & Export Strategy
  • 4. Aerospace and Defense Industry Challenges• Potential economic losses from defense sequestration – 1,006,320 jobs – $59,400,000,000 personal income – $86,460,000,000 GDP• Industrial base impacts – Loss of critical skills – Loss of industrial plant and facilities – Reduced innovation
  • 5. Economic Impact Just Defense Modernization Cuts• Virginia 122,770 jobs lost -$10.539b GSP• Florida 39,246 -$3.345• Pennsylvania 36,157 -3.106• Arizona 33,208 -2.827• Missouri 31,196 -2.697• Wisconsin 25,731 -2.211• Alabama 24,614 -2.123• Illinois 21,626 -1.858• Ohio 18,424 -1.583• Colorado 17,107 -$1.47• North Carolina 11,019 -.947• Alaska 5,394 -.463
  • 6. U.S. Aviation Infrastructure• NextGen can achieve forecasted aviation growth – 50% by 2025. Sequestration would cut FAA by $1 billion – and most of that could hit the NextGen program.• If NextGen stays on schedule, U.S. air travelers reap huge benefits: • $23 billion in system delay savings by 2018 • 1.4 billion gallons of jet fuel saved over the same time period; and • 14 million fewer tons of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.• If NextGen is substantially delayed by sequestration, the U.S.: • Cedes global aviation leadership to Europe and Asia; • Is unable to meet growing aviation demand; and • Undermines the competitiveness of US aircraft manufacturers in fast-growing overseas markets – a $3 trillion market through 2024. 6
  • 7. Space Programs• NASA – Program Stability and National Vision • Delayed US Shuttle replacement forces NASA to pay Russia >$60M per crew seat— What is next?• National security space programs: • FY 13 PBR cuts funding for new technology • Industrial base/workforce implications • Rogue state threats continue to increase for U.S. and its allies
  • 8. Aerospace and Defense Industryhttp://secondtonone.org/

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