Leonard David also writes about the X-37B status: Secretive Air Force Robotic Space Plane May Be Nearing Mission’s End – SPACE.com === And here is a report on the X-34: Grounded NASA Space Plane Poised for Comeback? – Danger Room/Wired.com. Note that the X-34 is a suborbital, not orbital demonstrator. === The latter article refers to Franz Gayl, who is interviewed here: U.S. Marine Corps Suspends Technology Reformer Franz Gayl – Offiziere.ch. One of his ideas has been a military suborbital space transport system: Semper Fly: A proposed Marine Corps suborbital space transport will put boots on the ground anywhere in the world in two hours or less – Popular Science/Google Books – January 2007.
- Masten Space Systems to use SLC-36 at Cape Canaveral
- GAO report on medium launch; Bigelow & Boeing; Flying the Shuttle sim