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Some executives at Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and Textron have said the U.S. military's ongoing efforts to modernize warfighter readiness have increased opportunities for industry to offer virtual and augmented reality training systems, National Defense Magazine reported Thursday. Corey Hendricks, chief engineer of global training solutions at Raytheon, noted the company integrated VR and AR tools with mobile platforms […] More
Lockheed Martin has secured a $28.6 million delivery order to provide overhaul services for the defense management system of the U.S. Air Force‘s B-2 Spirit bomber fleet. Work under the firm-fixed price order will take place at the company’s facility in Owego, N.Y., and is expected to be finished by July 9, 2020, the Defense Department said Monday. […] More
Cubic‘s global defense segment has received a contract of an undisclosed value to provide analytical support services for the U.S. military’s joint training events and exercises in Europe. Cubic Global Defense will continue to support the U.S. European Command’s Joint Exercise Program and Title X exercises through the contract, the company said Wednesday. The company aims […] More
Airbus‘ defense and space segment has secured a contract from Turkey-based communications satellite operator Turksat to build two new satellites slated for geostationary orbit. Turksat 5A and Turksat 5B will be based on the electric orbit raising variant of the Airbus Eurostar E3000 satellite model powered by electric propulsion technology, Airbus said Thursday. The first spacecraft is designed to […] More
“I grew up as a kid watching the Apollo missions to the moon–what a great motivator to move into a career in engineering.” Space 2.0. The “new space.“ What is really at stake for our place in space for 2018? With massive innovations in integrated technologies and satellite components, the community needs to come together […] More
Cubic‘s global defense segment has received an $11.6 million contract to provide training systems support for U.S. Marine Corps‘ air-ground task force. The Defense Department said Thursday MTSS will utilize a computer-based simulation platform designed to train Marines in the command, control, computers, communications, intelligence, surveillance, staff training and reconnaissance areas. DoD added the program will also cover MAGTF tactical warfare training and […] More
Cubic‘s global defense segment has received a potential five-year, $11 million contract for rotational exercise design support services to a U.S. Army combat training facility located in Germany. The company said Tuesday it will support operational environments, audio and visual systems, public affairs, special operations and multinational interoperability efforts at the Army’s Joint Multinational Readiness Center. “JMRC's location […] More
Cubic‘s global defense business has received a potential $4.5 million contract from the government of Canada to update a data communications network and exercise control center for the Canadian defense department. The company said Thursday it will update and replace current DCN and EXCON hardware and software in support of the Canadian Weapons Effect Simulation system […] More
Cherokee Information Services has been awarded a four-year, $33.6 million contract to support the Defense Threat Reduction Agency‘s defense stockpile management system. The company will perform work at Fort Belvoir in Virginia and at Kirkland Air Force Base in New Mexico through Jan. 25, 2021, the Defense Department said Tuesday. DTRA obligated $1.5 million in fiscal 2017 operations […] More
Boeing will consolidate facilities and move workloads across Los Angeles County, St. Louis and Huntsville, Alabama as part of a realignment within the company’s defense segment. The company said Tuesday it plans to reduce 4.5 million square feet by the end of 2020 and move positions from Kent, Washington to Tukwila while work from Huntington Beach will transfer to […] More
Joe Armstrong, formerly director of training and operational solutions at CAE, has been appointed vice president and general manager of the company's defense and security business unit in Canada. He will oversee several programs such as the NATO Flying Training in Canada program, systems engineering support for the CF-18 fleet, Halifax Class Modernization initiative and […] More
Duffy Consulting Services has launched a platform designed to help Defense Department contractors and subcontractors comply with guidance on how to protect sensitive federal data in nonfederal systems. DCS' enterprise management tool works to facilitate the adoption of the Protection of Controlled Unclassified Information in Nonfederal Information Systems and Organizations guidance by DoD contractors in compliance […] More
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