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BAE Systems to Test Active Protection Systems on Netherlands’ CV90 Fighting Vehicles; Tommy Gustafsson-Rask Comments

BAE Systems has been selected to test and verify the Active Protection Systems installed aboard the Netherlands’ CV90 infantry fighting vehicles. The system comprises countermeasures designed to intercept rocket-propelled grenades, anti-tank missiles and other threats in order to protect crewmembers and the vehicle, BAE Systems said Friday. BAE Systems will …

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BAE Systems’ Australian Arm Awarded $70M Hobart-Class Air Warfare Destroyer Sustainment Contract

BAE Systems has received a five-year, $70 million contract from the Australian defense ministry for the sustainment of three Hobart Class Air Warfare Destroyer ships through their transition into service with the Australian navy. The company said Friday its Australian arm will oversee the supporting industry supply chain as well as provide asset …

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BAE Systems, Terma to Continue Pilot Helmet Audio Devt Efforts

BAE Systems and Terma will continue their collaboration on helmet audio development efforts after the conclusion of a design review on a joint development agreement product that integrates systems from both companies. Terma said Thursday a joint development agreement covers the integration of Terma’s 3D-Audio/Active Noise Reduction technology with BAE Systems’ Striker II helmet mounted display and aircraft integration …

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BAE Systems Seeks Australian SMEs to Support Type 26 Global Combat Ship Production

An estimated 150 small and medium-size Australian enterprises will offer their products and services in a meeting with BAE Systems and 20 of its suppliers as the SMEs seek to participate in the Australian navy’s Type 26 Global Combat Ship maritime defense project. BAE said Monday it currently works to mature the design for the ships under …

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BAE Systems Completes Second Phase of Testing on Striker II Fighter Pilot Helmet

BAE Systems has completed the second phase of integration testing on its Striker II Helmet Mounted Display fighter pilot helmet held at the company’s site in the United Kingdom. The company said Monday that the Striker II HMD had passed the trial, which was conducted to test the integration of the helmet’s HMD system to the Eurofighter Typhoon combat jet …

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BAE Systems Inks Agreement With Malaysia’s Cybersecurity Authority to Support Industry Growth

BAE Systems and CyberSecurity Malaysia have signed a memorandum of agreement to support the growth of the cybersecurity industry in the Southeast Asian country, Enterprise IT News reported Wednesday. Cat Yong writes BAE will provide a specialist staff and laboratories to CyberSecurity Malaysia to facilitate Common Criteria product certification to support the …

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BAE Systems’ Queen Elizabeth Carrier Specialization Center in UK Nears Completion

BAE Systems plc‘s 753,000-square-foot specialization center for Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers at Portsmouth Naval Base in the U.K. nears completion. The Queen Elizabeth Class Center of Specialization will house employees of Team Portsmouth — a partnership between the company and the U.K.’s ministry of defense, BAE said Tuesday. The team includes engineers, …

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BAE Systems to Develop Undersea Navigation, Positioning System for Navy

BAE Systems has been chosen by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop an undersea navigation technology for the U.S. Navy under the Positioning System for Deep Ocean Navigation program. The goal of the program is to enable undersea vehicles to navigate underwater without having to periodically go above surface to access the space-based global …

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BAE Systems Conducts 1,000th F-35 Vertical Landing

BAE Systems has completed the 1,000th vertical landing of a Lockheed Martin-built F-35B as part of an ongoing flight test program. BAE said Friday Peter Wilson — lead test pilot for the short takeoff and vertical landing variant of the F-35 — performed the landing at Naval Air Station Patuxent River six years after BAE pilot Graham Tomlinson conducted the …

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BAE Systems, VOP CZ Eye Czech Republic Infantry Fighting Vehicle Replacement Program

BAE Systems and Czech Republic-based firm VOP CZ have forged an alliance in efforts to land the country’s BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle replacement program. The team seeks to deliver CV90 infantry fighting vehicle units along with VOP CZ’s experience in design, manufacturing, assembly and engineering to the Czech Republic’s land forces in support of …

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