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Lockheed Delivers First F-35 To UK; Bob Stevens Comments

Lockheed Delivers First F-35 To UK; Bob Stevens Comments

Lockheed Martin Corp. delivered the UK’s first international F-35 Joint Strike Fighter at a ceremony held in Fort Worth, Texas, the company announced Thursday. Philip Hammond, the U.K.’s secretary of… Read more »

Northrop Subsidiary To Run Air Traffic Comm Systems in Chile; Charles Houseago Comments

Northrop Subsidiary To Run Air Traffic Comm Systems in Chile; Charles Houseago Comments

A Northrop Grumman subsidiary will provide ground-to-air communication systems for Chile’s air traffic control system, the company announced Thursday. Park Air Systems, based in the U.K. will deliver and install… Read more »

ARINC To Provide Dominican Republic Passenger Info Systems; Yun Chong Comments

ARINC To Provide Dominican Republic Passenger Info Systems; Yun Chong Comments

ARINC has been named the official provider of air and maritime border security solutions to the Dominican Republic, the company announced Wednesday. The firm is now the country’s main technology… Read more »

IARPA Seeking Geolocation, High Frequency Emitters

IARPA Seeking Geolocation, High Frequency Emitters

The intelligence community’s research arm wants contractors to help the community improve geolocation and high frequency emitters, according to a FedBizOpps post. Through the HFGeo Program, the Intelligence Advanced Research… Read more »

Executive Spotlight: Bill Deckelman, CSC Corporate VP and General Counsel

Executive Spotlight: Bill Deckelman, CSC Corporate VP and General Counsel

Bill Deckelman serves as corporate vice president, general counsel and secretary at Computer Sciences Corp, where he manages all of the company’s international legal activities. Before joining CSC in January 2008,… Read more »

DARPA Seeking Color Fusion Gigapixel Cameras

DARPA Seeking Color Fusion Gigapixel Cameras

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is experimenting with 0.96- and 1.4-gigapixel resolution cameras, Defense News reports. The Advanced Wide Field of View Architectures for Image Reconstruction and Exploitation program aims… Read more »

Ball To Carry AF Payloads For Plasma, Solar Study; David Taylor Comments

Ball To Carry AF Payloads For Plasma, Solar Study; David Taylor Comments

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. will carry five payloads and a de-orbit module onboard a spacecraft the company will launch in 2013, the company announced Tuesday. President and CEO David… Read more »

Stu Shea to Speak at Opening of New SAIC Defense, Intell Office

Stu Shea to Speak at Opening of New SAIC Defense, Intell Office

SAIC Inc. is opening a new regional office in Beavercreek, Ohio July 26 to work with defense and intelligence customers in that region, the company announced Tuesday. Chief Operating Officer… Read more »

Lockheed MUOS 1 Constellation Completes On-Orbit Testing; Mark Valerio Comments

Lockheed MUOS 1 Constellation Completes On-Orbit Testing; Mark Valerio Comments

Lockheed Martin’s first Mobile User Objective System, a five-satellite constellation designed to increase data and voice communication speed of the Navy, has completed. on-orbit testing. In a Tuesday announcement, the… Read more »

Lockheed Picks Cobham Subsidiary For Super Hercules Comm Hardware; Walther Thygesen Comments

Lockheed Picks Cobham Subsidiary For Super Hercules Comm Hardware; Walther Thygesen Comments

Lockheed Martin Corp. has selected Cobham‘s Thrane & Thrane subsidiary to provide satellite communications components for U.S. Air Force cargo aircraft, Lockheed announced Tuesday. The communications equipment will support the… Read more »

General Dynamics Providing Army Mobile Shelters; Jim Losse Comments

General Dynamics Providing Army Mobile Shelters; Jim Losse Comments

General Dynamics will continue providing expandable mobile shelters to the U.S. Army for use in extreme environments, the company announced Tuesday. The company said it won a delivery order as… Read more »

FBI Enlists GMU To Test Cloud-Based Android Apps

FBI Enlists GMU To Test Cloud-Based Android Apps

The FBI plans to award George Mason University funds for automated testing of Android applications in a cloud environment, according to a July 12 FedBizOpps post. Earlier this year, the… Read more »

Boeing Opens New Australia-Based F/A-18 Maintenance Facility; Kim Gillis Comments

Boeing Opens New Australia-Based F/A-18 Maintenance Facility; Kim Gillis Comments

Chicago, Ill.-based Boeing Co. has opened the doors of a new intermediate-level maintenance facility in support of Australia’s F/A-18 fighter planes, UPI.com reports. Kim Gillis, managing director, Boeing Defense Australia… Read more »

URS Wins $22M Modification for Navy Submarine Services

URS Wins $22M Modification for Navy Submarine Services

URS Corp.‘s federal technical services division was awarded a $21,977,441 contract modification to provide professional support services for U.S. Navy submarine systems, the Defense Department announced Thursday. The modification provides… Read more »

DI Picks up Three Task Orders Valued Around $13M

DI Picks up Three Task Orders Valued Around $13M

DynCorp International announced Thursday it secured three task orders with a potential value of around $13 million by the 772nd Enterprise Sourcing Squadron and the AFCAP Government Team. Work was… Read more »

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