Mary-Louise Hoffman

Exelis to Design Surface Ship Electronic Warfare Tech

ITT Exelis has won a potential $65 million contract to design and install an electronic warfare system for U.S. Navy surface warships, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Tuesday. John Keller writes Exelis’ electronic systems division and the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington will jointly develop technology to protect vessels against …

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BAE Phoenix Radio Net Undergoes Army Trials; Christopher Ager Comments

BAE Systems has tested a mid-tier networking radio system that is designed to help U.S. Army personnel transmit video, data and voice communications during combat operations. The over-the-air trials were part of a cooperative research and development agreement with the Army’s Communications-Electronics Research Development and Engineering Center, BAE said Monday. …

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New Lockheed Org Aims to Boost Global Partnerships; Marillyn Hewson Comments

Lockheed Martin has created a new organization that will aim to strengthen the company’s relationships with customers and partners worldwide. The Lockheed Martin International team will deliver technologies and services that seek to help clients address their national security and economic development issues, Lockheed said Monday. Marillyn Hewson, Lockheedpresident and …

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Harris CapRock, AIS Engineering Team on SATCOM Task Order; David Cavossa Comments

Harris CapRock Communications and AIS Engineering have partnered on a potential $10 million task order to provide satellite services to an unidentified U.S. intelligence organization. The team will provide satellite, terrestrial and teleport networks engineering support under the potential five-year Custom Satellite Solutions contract’s small business portion, according to a …

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