Tag Archives: c2

Engility Gets Marine Corps C2 Support Order; Scott Whatmough Comments

Engility has won a potential $41 million task order to support command and control programs at the U.S. Marine Corps. The company said Thursday it will provide on-site expertise, logistics and training support services under the Global Command and Control System Tactical Combat Operations/Joint Tactical Common Operational Picture Workstation Sustainment Support order. …

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Harris to Support Philippine Military C4ISTAR System Delivery Under Navy FMS Deal

A Harris subsidiary has received a $44.8 million contract to assist the U.S government in efforts to deliver command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance equipment to the Philippine military. Harris’ RF Communications business will design, engineer and test a joint command and control system of systems for the armed forces …

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BAE to Help DARPA Build Space Tech Evaluation, Analysis Testbed

BAE Systems has secured a potential $12.8 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to build a testbed for space command-and-control technologies. The company said Tuesday it will develop a space evaluation and analysis testbed under DARPA’s Hallmark program to support the development, integration, evaluation and analysis of space enterprise …

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Northrop to Continue Army Battle Command System Engineering, Manufacturing Work

The U.S. Army has awarded Northrop Grumman a potential $44.8 million contract modification to extend the ceiling value and period of performance under the Integrated Air and Missile Defense Integrated Battle Command System contract. The Defense Department said Friday the company will continue support for the second phase of IBCS engineering and manufacturing effort through …

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Northrop Showcases Multi-Mission Radar Platform at Army C-RAM Test Event

Northrop Grumman has demonstrated a multi-mission sensor technology during a U.S. Army event for counter-rocket, artillery and mortar systems at Yuma Proving Ground in Arizona. The company said Tuesday its Highly Adaptable Multi-Mission Radar system helped operators detect and identify unmanned aerial systems as well as obtain situational awareness data in real time during the test event. HAMMR …

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Harris to Provide Sustainment Support for Air Force Distributed Space C2 System

Harris has received a potential one-year, $18.9 million contract modification to provide system sustainment services for the U.S. Air Force's distributed space command-and-control platform in Dahlgren, Virginia. The modification covers engineering, sustainment services for field service teams, software development and technical orders-related support as well as requirements development analysis and modeling, …

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Air Force Taps BAE Unit to Develop Space Testbed Architecture

A business unit of BAE Systems has won a potential $12.8 million contract to help the U.S. Air Force develop a knowledge-based space testbed architecture. The Defense Department said Monday that BAE’s information and electronic systems integration business will create a testbed for the military branch to evaluate space enterprise command-and-control tools and technologies. DoD noted …

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Burns & McDonell-Designed C2 Facility to Support Navy’s Maritime Surveillance Operations

The U.S. Navy has opened a command-and-control complex, designed by Burns & McDonnell, to support broad area maritime surveillance operations at the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, Florida Burns & McDonnell said Tuesday the complex houses a tactical operations center for manned P-8A surveillance aircraft and a MQ-4C Triton squadron that supports the Navy’s unmanned aerial vehicle …

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Lockheed to Explore Multi-Domain C2 at Wargame Exercise

Lockheed Martin will hold a three-day wargame exercise at its Center for Innovation in Suffolk, Virginia, to demonstrate how the operational integration of air, cyber and space domains can help boost command and control operations. The company said Tuesday it will examine potential gaps and synergies in air, cyber and space planning processes during the …

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Lockheed Supports Sea Acceptance Trials of Australia’s Future Aegis-Equipped Destroyer

Lockheed Martin has collaborated with an alliance composed of Australia’s defense department, Raytheon‘s Australian subsidiary, ASC Shipbuilding and Navantia to conduct a five-week sea acceptance trial for a Hobart-class air warfare destroyer. The Air Warfare Destroyer Alliance and Lockheed jointly tested Australia’s future HMAS destroyer to verify the ship platform and determine if the vessel could support the …

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