Tag Archives: APS

AECOM Subsidiary to Support Army Pre-Positioned Stocks in Kuwait, Germany

An AECOM subsidiary has received two contract modifications from the U.S. Army to supply, maintain and provide logistics services for the military branch’s pre-positioned stocks. The Defense Department said Thursday URS Federal Services will support Army pre-positioned stock-5 in Kuwait under a $14.2 million modification that runs through Jan. 2, 2018. URS Federal …

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APS-Certified CAE Instructor Pilots Administer Upset Prevention & Recovery Training for Army

The first batch of CAE instructors have graduated from Aviation Performance Solutions‘ training program and are now conducting upset prevention and recovery training as part of the U.S. Army‘s Fixed-Wing Flight Training program in Dothan, Alabama. APS said Wednesday it administers the UPRT Train-the-Trainer program to CAE instructors who will provide upset training at …

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Artis to Install, Evaluate Active Protection System on Army Fighting Vehicle

Artis has secured a potential $32 million contract to integrate and characterize a  company-built active protection system onto a fighting vehicle of the U.S. Army. The company said Wednesday it aims to demonstrate the performance of the Iron Curtain APS in multiple scenarios under the first phase of the contract. The Army can also request for additional …

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Artis Obtains DoD Approval to Test Active Protection System With Israeli Radars

Artis has received the Defense Department‘s approval to test and evaluate Israel-based Rada Electronic Industries‘ radars with an Artis-built active protection system, Defense News reported Tuesday. Barbara Opall-Rome writes Rada said it would provide its Compact Hemispheric Radar-based RPS-10 system to aid Artis’ Iron Curtain APS in operations against rocket-propelled grenades and shoulder-launched threats. …

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Scout Warrior: Army Tests Multiple Vehicle-Mounted Active Protections Systems

The U.S. Army is testing a range of vehicle-mounted systems that feature radar, computer processing, fire control technology and interceptors to detect and destroy enemy fire, Scout Warrior reported Tuesday. Kris Osborn writes the Army is looking at both domestically produced and allied international technologies to take part in the Modular Active Protection …

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AECOM Awarded Selective Catalytic Reduction EPC Contract for New Mexico Power Plant; Michael Burke Comments

AECOM will perform engineering, procurement and construction work on selective catalytic reduction components for a coal-fired power plant in New Mexico under a contract with Arizona Public Service. The contract covers the installation of SCR retrofits and related balance of plant systems and equipment at units 4 and 5 that …

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