An apology to our readers

NASHUA, N.H., 29 June 2012. I'd like to apologize personally to our readers of Military & Aerospace Electronics and Avionics Intelligence, who had expected to see fresh content on our websites Thursday, and instead were greeted with nothing new all day.

From John Keller, editorial director
PennWell Aerospace & Defense Group

NASHUA, N.H., 29 June 2012. I'd like to apologize personally to our readers of Military & Aerospace Electronics and Avionics Intelligence, who had expected to see fresh content on our websites Thursday, and instead were greeted with nothing new all day.

It's not that we didn't try to get new content for you yesterday. Unfortunately technical problems in our Web posting capabilities prevented us from bringing you the day's stories for about 24 hours.

At PennWell we're experiencing a lot of growing pains as we evolve our websites to bring our readers improved content, brighter photos, and enhanced graphics to make your daily experience with us better than it's ever been (story continues below).

Unfortunately in that process sometimes our behind-the-scenes efforts to improve our content management systems go awry, as they did yesterday. As of now, everything seems to be in order, but if you see some strange technical glitches on Military & Aerospace Electronics and Avionics Intelligence over the next several days, you'll know why, and we hope for your forbearance on any future problems we might have.

At Military & Aerospace Electronics and Avionics Intelligence our editorial staffers Courtney Howard, Skyler Frink, and I strive every day to bring you the best possible reading experience and to keep you up to date on information that will help you do the best jobs you can. Yesterday we failed in that endeavor. Today we move forward.

Our project manager, Joe Normandin, continues to work tirelessly to solve technical problems as the crop up, despite monumental distractions he has, not only with the technical problems we saw yesterday, but also with a week-old baby in the house. We couldn't ask for more from Joe, as well as from our editorial staff.

We thank our readers for their patience. We're committed to your information needs, and we sincerely hope in the future not to experience the kinds of problems we had yesterday.

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