Northrop to Produce Munition Built-In Tester for Air Force

Jeff Brody

Northrop Grumman's innovation systems sector has secured a potential three-year, $38.9M contract to produce built-in testing systems for U.S. Air Force munitions

The company will deliver common munition built-In-tester reprogramming equipment units including AN/GYQ-79A CMBRE Plus, ADU-890/E, ADU-891-(V) 1/E and ADU-891-(V) 3/E, the Department of Defense said Monday.

USAF will use fiscal 2019 procurement funds to finance delivery orders under the sole-source contract. Work will take place in Northridge, Calif., through June 16, 2022.

The CMBRE system is designed to facilitate built-in tests, reporting and flight software upload/download across a variety of munitions platforms.

You may also be interested in...

Cristal Rice VP-Readiness

PAE Names Cristal Rice as VP of Readiness, Sustainment; John Heller Quoted

PAE has appointed Cristal Rice as the vice president of its Readiness & Sustainment group. Rice is an aerospace industry executive with that has deep experience in team leadership and business development. “Cristal has a demonstrated track record for leading high-performing teams and standing up new business development organizations,” said PAE president and CEO, and 2020 Wash100 Award recipient, John Heller

Josh Schoeller CEO LexisNexis Health Care

LexisNexis Risk Solutions Names New Executives to Health Care Business; Josh Schoeller Quoted

LexisNexis Risk Solutions has appointed new executives to its Health Care Business leadership team. Dave Corbett will serve as head of Sales and Client Engagement and Jeff Diamond has been promoted to senior vice president of Commercial Operations. “[Corbett] brings tremendous experience in nurturing client relationships and leading high-performing sales teams that will help us deliver more value for our clients,” said Josh Schoeller, CEO of LexisNexis Risk Solutions' health care business.

Don Brown GM of Government Services Telesat

Don Brown: Telesat’s US Subsidiary to Help Lockheed, SDA Test Commercial-Gov’t Space Network Interoperability

A Telesat subsidiary will participate in a Lockheed Martin-led team that won a $187.5M contract from the Space Development Agency to provide 10 space vehicles with communication links to explore interoperability between commercial and government satellites.