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United Launch Alliance has requested an additional supply of Russian-made RD-180 rocket engines for use in the launch of Atlas V rockets to space, Reuters reported Wednesday. Andrea Shalal writes the Lockheed Martin–Boeing joint venture intends for the 20 Russian engine orders to fulfill customer demands for civil and commercial launch services while ULA’s development of […] More
A United Tactical Systems division has completed its delivery of non-lethal .68-caliber launchers, crowd control projectiles and related support equipment to the U.S. Coast Guard under a contract awarded in September 2016. PepperBall said Wednesday it was also tasked to provide certified operational and armorers training services to the Coast Guard as part of the contract. PepperBall […] More
The UnitedHealth Group has created an external nurse advisory board intended to use best practices to build strong partnerships in the nursing, education and healthcare industries. The UnitedHealth Group Center for Nursing Advancement’s ENAB also aims to influence nursing policies and further the nursing profession in the U.S., UnitedHealth Group announced Friday. In conjunction, UnitedHealth […] More
Cisco and UnitedHealth Group are launching a national telehealth network to provide medical care to people in underserved areas. They hope that the initiative can not only improve quality of care in rural, urban and other underserved areas but also help offset the upcoming physician shortage. “Connected Care“ will combine audio and visual technologies to […] More
Space Systems Command has signed a cooperative research and development agreement with Blue Origin to enable the latter’s New Glenn heavy-lift launch vehicle to compete for future National Security Space Launch program. The agreement requires Blue Origin to restart and complete certification flights for New Glenn and provide the Assured Access to Space Directorate with […] More
Tory Bruno, CEO of United Launch Alliance and a previous Wash100 Award winner, said the U.S. Space Force should do large-scale purchases of heavy launch services in preparation for a possible rocket shortage in the coming years, SpaceNews reported Thursday. Bruno cautioned that the U.S. national security launch program could be slowed down as a “perfect storm” has […] More
SpaceX has received certification from the U.S. Space Force to launch classified intelligence, surveillance and early-warning satellites using previously flown first-stage boosters on its Falcon Heavy rocket, Bloomberg reported Thursday. The certification issued in June allows the company to use the recyclable side boosters in launching national security missions and the service branch said one […] More
Northrop Grumman has achieved the 100th launch of its supersonic sea-skimming target vehicle designed to simulate advanced anti-ship missile threats. The GQM-163A target vehicle, also known as Coyote, is capable of reaching speeds of Mach 3.5 or greater and can also be used as a diving target with a maximum altitude of over 50,000 feet, […] More
Cybersecurity, software and intelligence services provider SilverEdge Government Solutions has been established through the merging of three technology organizations owned by Godspeed Capital Management. Robert Miller, former Parsons executive, will preside over SilverEdge as CEO, directing the united forces of Varen Technologies, Exceptional Software Strategies and Savli Group to serve the defense and intelligence communities, the private equity […] More
United Launch Alliance sent to space two U.S. Space Force situational awareness satellites using its Atlas V rocket on Friday. The USSF-8 mission lifted GSSAP-5 and GSSAP-6 satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station to a near-geosynchronous orbit under the Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program, ULA said the same day as the launch. The two […] More
United Launch Alliance is preparing to launch an Atlas V rocket with two U.S. Space Force satellites designed to support orbital situational awareness and national safety. The USSF-8 mission’s GSSAP-5 and GSSAP-6 satellites will fly to space and then operate from a near-geosynchronous orbit to inform orbital predictions under the Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program, […] More
NASA has rescheduled the launch of the Department of Defense’s Space Test Program 3 mission for Tuesday due to repair work on a faulty ground storage system at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. Scrubbing the Monday liftoff of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V 551 rocket was intended to enable officials to verify fuel integrity […] More
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