List/Grid Tag Archives: U.S. Army

General Dynamics, ST Kinetics Subsidiary to Jointly Build Air Burst Ammunition; Tim McAuliffe Comments

General Dynamics, ST Kinetics Subsidiary to Jointly Build Air Burst Ammunition; Tim McAuliffe Comments

General Dynamics and a subsidiary of Singapore Technologies Kinetics have partnered to build an air burst ammunition for U.S. military clients. Advanced Material Engineering and General Dynamics will collaborate to integrate a time-based fuse technology… Read more »

Bill Staib: BAE Submits Proposal for US Army Aircraft Protection System

Bill Staib: BAE Submits Proposal for US Army Aircraft Protection System

BAE Systems has submitted a proposal to build an aircraft protection system for the U.S. Army in a move to protect troops from infrared-guided missiles. The common infrared countermeasure program is a laser-based… Read more »

Cubic to Develop Interactive Training for Army; Bill Rebarick Comments

Cubic to Develop Interactive Training for Army; Bill Rebarick Comments

Cubic Corp. has received a multiyear $4.25 million task order to help the U.S. Army develop instructional strategies and game-based learning tools for military personnel. The company will work with… Read more »

Altavian to Embed Lockheed Sensor Payloads on Small Army Drones; Kevin Westfall Comments

Altavian to Embed Lockheed Sensor Payloads on Small Army Drones; Kevin Westfall Comments

Altavian will integrate Lockheed Martin‘s gimbaled sensor payloads into the U.S. Army‘s RQ-20 Puma small unmanned aircraft systems under a $4 million subcontract. The Procerus Technologies Perceptor imaging sensor works to provide pilots stabilization and… Read more »

Cubic Awarded $15M FORSCOM Mission Training Support Task Order

Cubic Awarded $15M FORSCOM Mission Training Support Task Order

Cubic Applications will provide support services to the Joint Base Lewis-McChord mission training complex in a $15 million task order from the U.S. Army Forces Command. The award includes a transition… Read more »

Unisys to Open IT Services Center in Georgia; Ron Frankenfield Comments

Unisys to Open IT Services Center in Georgia; Ron Frankenfield Comments

Unisys will establish a new facility in Augusta, Georgia, to provide information technology services to the company’s government and commercial clients. The company plans to perform help desk support under… Read more »

Lockheed to Help CBP Test Aerostat for Border Surveillance; Paula Hartley Comments

Lockheed to Help CBP Test Aerostat for Border Surveillance; Paula Hartley Comments

Lockheed Martin has provided U.S. Customs and Border Protection with a tethered aerostat-based radar platform meant to help the agency detect potential threats along the southern border. CBP is testing… Read more »

Textron’s Ellen Lord: Incremental Innovation Key to Meeting Defense Budget Challenges

Textron’s Ellen Lord: Incremental Innovation Key to Meeting Defense Budget Challenges

Ellen Lord, CEO of Textron Systems, believes the U.S. defense industry’s future growth lies in efforts to make incremental investments that could offer contractors a step change in technology modernization, Defense… Read more »

DRS-Rafael Team to Chase Army Chase Tank Protection Program; Mike O’Leary Comments

DRS-Rafael Team to Chase Army Chase Tank Protection Program; Mike O’Leary Comments

DRS Technologies and Rafael Advanced Defense Systems will jointly pursue a U.S. Army tank defense contract and offer a Rafael-built Trophy active protection system, DoD Buzz reported Wednesday. Kris Osborn writes the vehicle-mounted… Read more »

Rob Smith: Lockheed to Help Army Update Common Intell Network

Rob Smith: Lockheed to Help Army Update Common Intell Network

The U.S. Army has partnered with Lockheed Martin to modernize an information technology system that works to help military personnel access and exchange multisource intelligence data. Lockheed developed new software… Read more »

BAE Picks GE Computing Tech for ‘Bradley’ Armored Vehicle Simulators

BAE Picks GE Computing Tech for ‘Bradley’ Armored Vehicle Simulators

General Electric has won a $2.6 million contract to supply rugged computers for integration into the simulation equipment of infantry combat vehicles that BAE Systems is building for the U.S…. Read more »

Dave Gulla: Raytheon Tests Potential Integration of Army Surveillance Blimp, NORAD Warning Tech

Dave Gulla: Raytheon Tests Potential Integration of Army Surveillance Blimp, NORAD Warning Tech

Raytheon has finished testing an aerostat radar platform the company designed to help the U.S. Army track missile and aircraft threats as far as 340 miles away. The Joint Land… Read more »

Army Takes in Lockheed Digital Air Ground Integration Range; Jim Weitzel Comments

Army Takes in Lockheed Digital Air Ground Integration Range; Jim Weitzel Comments

Lockheed Martin has delivered an initial digital air ground integration range to the U.S. Army‘s program executive office simulation, training and instrumentation at Fort Bliss, Texas. The company demonstrated the range in an arms live… Read more »

Army Tests Northrop’s Handheld Laser Targeting Device; Gordon Stewart Comments

Army Tests Northrop’s Handheld Laser Targeting Device; Gordon Stewart Comments

The U.S. Army has conducted developmental testing on the Northrop Grumman-developed Hand Held Precision Targeting Device at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico to demonstrate the device’s target engagement functions…. Read more »

Report: Pentagon to Release Joint Tactical Vehicle Production RFP in November

Report: Pentagon to Release Joint Tactical Vehicle Production RFP in November

The U.S. Army and Marine Corps could issue a request for proposals for their Joint Light Tactical Vehicle program in mid-November and award low-rate initial production contracts by summer 2015,… Read more »

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