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Northrop Opens Aircraft Design Facility; Tom Vice Comments

Northrop Opens Aircraft Design Facility; Tom Vice Comments

Northrop Grumman Corp. has opened a manned aircraft design center of excellence in Melbourne, Florida, as part of efforts to align its offerings with the customers’ requirements. Northrop Grumman expects… Read more »

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IO Opens Asia-Pacific Headquarters; George Slessman Comments

IO Opens Asia-Pacific Headquarters; George Slessman Comments

IO has established a regional headquarters in Singapore to address increased demand for software-based data center infrastructure and services in the Asia-Pacific market. The new regional office will offer data… Read more »

Aerojet Rocketdyne, Boeing, NASA Test Crew Capsule Propulsion System; John Mulholland Comments

Aerojet Rocketdyne, Boeing, NASA Test Crew Capsule Propulsion System; John Mulholland Comments

Aerojet Rocketdyne and Boeing have finished evaluating the maneuvering and control thrusters on space capsule Boeing is developing for NASA. Test firings occurred at White Sands Space Harbor in New… Read more »

L-3 to Design Remote Interface Unit for Boeing F-15 Aircraft; Bruce Coffey Comments

L-3 to Design Remote Interface Unit for Boeing F-15 Aircraft; Bruce Coffey Comments

Boeing Co. has selected L-3 Communications‘ display systems business unit to develop and test a programmable input/output processor for use in the company’s F-15 aircraft program. The L-3 aviation products… Read more »

AT&T, Microsoft to Co-Develop Cloud Enterprise Platform; Andy Geisse, Satya Nadella Comment

AT&T, Microsoft to Co-Develop Cloud Enterprise Platform; Andy Geisse, Satya Nadella Comment

AT&T and Microsoft have teamed up to develop a cloud-based enterprise platform that will work to help organizations connect to a private network from mobile and stationary devices. Under the partnership,… Read more »

Turner Construction Begins Work On Disabled Veterans Memorial In DC

Turner Construction Begins Work On Disabled Veterans Memorial In DC

Turner Construction Company has begun work on the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial in downtown Washington, D.C., that was designed to commemorate the disabled veterans of the military. For… Read more »

World Wide Technology to Deploy New Colorado Army Natl Guard Virtual Desktops

World Wide Technology to Deploy New Colorado Army Natl Guard Virtual Desktops

The Colorado Army National Guard plans to award World Wide Technology a sole-source contract to help the component update its virtual desktop infrastructure. COARNG will carry out a three-phase project… Read more »

AM General to Resume VPG’s MV-1 Vehicle Business; Jeff Adams Comments

AM General to Resume VPG’s MV-1 Vehicle Business; Jeff Adams Comments

AM General wants to restart operation of Vehicle Production Group’s mobility vehicle business after buying the Energy Department’s $50 million secured loan to VPG, the South Bend Tribune reported Sept…. Read more »

ARINC Kicks Off Data Services Work for Harris FAA NextGen Project; John Belcher Comments

ARINC Kicks Off Data Services Work for Harris FAA NextGen Project; John Belcher Comments

ARINC has started to work on its portion of a project for the Federal Aviation Administration‘s NextGen air traffic control initiative under a seven-year, $150 million task order awarded last month… Read more »

Orbital Sciences Set for Demo Flight to Resupply Int’l Space Station; Frank Culbertson Comments

Orbital Sciences Set for Demo Flight to Resupply Int’l Space Station; Frank Culbertson Comments

Orbital Sciences Corp. is scheduled to launch a spacecraft intended to send a cargo ship to the International Space Station in a NASA demonstration flight project worth an estimated $2.5 million, Reuters… Read more »

Jacobs Wins $300M Seawall Rebuild Project Phase; Kevin McMahon Comments

Jacobs Wins $300M Seawall Rebuild Project Phase; Kevin McMahon Comments

Jacobs Engineering Group has won a contract to help manage the $300 million first phase of a seawall restoration project in Seattle. Seattle’s Department of Transportation wants to replace the… Read more »

BAE Systems, Terma Partner to Build F-35 Parts; Paul Hitchcock Comments

BAE Systems, Terma Partner to Build F-35 Parts; Paul Hitchcock Comments

BAE Systems and Dannish company Terma A/S have reached an agreement worth more than $35 million to develop composite parts for Lockheed Martin-built F-35 aircraft, Evertiq reported Monday. The companies have… Read more »

EADS CEO Sean O’Keefe Outlines New Helicopter Costs in Air Force Letter

EADS CEO Sean O’Keefe Outlines New Helicopter Costs in Air Force Letter

EADS North America CEO Sean O’Keefe has recommended to acting Air Force secretary Eric Fanning in a letter that the branch acquire the company’s UH-72 Lakota helicopter instead of modifying its Huey fleet,… Read more »

Huntington Ingalls Starts to Build USS Ralph Johnson Destroyer

Huntington Ingalls Starts to Build USS Ralph Johnson Destroyer

Huntington Ingalls has started constructing a guided missile destroyer ship at its shipyard in Pascagoula, Miss., with the company scheduled to hand the ship over to the Navy in fiscal year 2017…. Read more »

Boeing, NASA Link Mission Control to Commercial Spacecraft Software During Test

Boeing, NASA Link Mission Control to Commercial Spacecraft Software During Test

Boeing conducted an interface test between NASA’s Mission Control Center at the Johnson Space Center in Houston and software for the company commercial spacecraft intended for travel to and from… Read more »

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