Tag Archives: Denmark

Northrop to Update New Ground-to-Air Comms Equipment at Denmark Airports

A Northrop Grumman subsidiary has received a contract from a state-owned air navigation service provider in Denmark to provide new ground-to-air communications equipment and associated support to the country’s airports. Naviair will use T6 air traffic control radios from Northrop’s Park Air Systems business to replace radio systems that currently support Danish airports and en-route operations as part …

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Navy Exercises Raytheon Contract Options for Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile Support

Raytheon has received a one-year, $37.5 million contract modification from the U.S. Navy to support the Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile design agent. The modification exercises options under a previously awarded ESSM program support contract and covers missile technical engineering and in-service support, the Defense Department said Wednesday. ESSM is an international …

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Universal Switching to Supply Data Distribution Systems for Canada WGS Program

General Dynamics has awarded Universal Switching a contract to provide data distribution for satellite command and control systems that will help connect Canada’s military to the Wideband Global SATCOM satellite constellation. Universal Switching said Aug. 22 it will supply its S64530 Digital RS-530 switching system to aid Canada’s participation in the WGS constellation, …

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General Dynamics Unit Wins Denmark Armored Patrol Vehicle Supply Contract

Denmark’s defense acquisition and logistic organization has awarded General Dynamics‘ European Land Systems business a contract to supply armored patrol vehicles to the Danish army. GDELS will deliver an initial batch of 36 EAGLE 4×4 vehicles in 2018 in support of Denmark’s APV program, General Dynamics said Monday. The contract includes options for …

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ULA’s Delta IV Rocket Launches 9th Boeing-Built WGS Military Comms Satellite Into Space

United Launch Alliance launched a Boeing-built satellite into orbit Saturday aboard a Delta IV rocket to provide military communications support for the U.S. military and six of the country’s allies. The ninth Wideband Global SATCOM satellite with  updated digital channelizers that are designed to nearly double the bandwidth of earlier satellites in the WGS system, Boeing said …

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Northrop to Supply F-16 Targeting Pods to Denmark

Northrop Grumman has received a contract to supply Denmark’s air force with  targeting pods that will work to help the service branch’s F-16 pilots detect, identify and track targets. The company said Tuesday that Denmark became its first international customer to receive the fourth-generation Litening targeting system. Litening pods are designed to provide airmen situational awareness and targeting capacity when …

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ULA’s Delta IV Rocket Sends 8th Boeing-Built WGS Military Comms Satellite Into Orbit

The Boeing-built Wideband Global SATCOM 8 satellite launched aboard a United Launch Alliance-made Delta IV rocket Wednesday to support global military communications. WGS-8 is equipped with a digital payload technology designed to offer almost twice as much bandwidth capacity as previous WGS satellites, Boeing said Wednesday. ULA said the satellite lifted off Wednesday from Space Launch Complex-37 …

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The Intercept: BAE Subsidiary Inks Deal to Provide UAE Internet Surveillance Tech

A Denmark-based BAE Systems subsidiary entered into an agreement with the United Arab Emirates to provide an internet surveillance product for deep packet inspection, The Intercept reported Friday. Jenna McLaughlin writes Danish publication Dagbladet Information obtained documents from the Danish Business Authority that shows BAE Systems Applied Intelligence A/S‘ contract with UAE dates as far back as December 2014. …

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Lockheed, Terma Make Deal for More F-35 Component Production Biz Opportunities

Lockheed Martin has entered into an agreement with Terma that provides the latter options to pursue additional component production opportunities with the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter program beyond existing contracts. Denmark-based Terma said Wednesday it seeks to continue to provide F-35 composite and bonded assembly work through low-rate initial production and full-rate production. The agreement follows news …

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Denmark Takes in 3 Sikorsky Seahawk Multimission Helicopters

The U.S. Navy and Lockheed Martin have handed over an initial set of three Sikorsky-built MH-60R Seahawk helicopters to Denmark under a foreign military sales agreement. Lockheed said Wednesday Denmark’s unified armed forces will deploy the MH-60Rs to support maritime surveillance, anti surface warfare, force protection and utility transport, search-and-rescue, patrol and support operations across the country’s borders. Denmark ordered nine Seahawks under …

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Denmark’s Govt Issues $3B Lockheed F-35 Purchase Recommendation

Denmark’s government has issued a recommendation for the military to purchase $3 billion in Lockheed Martin-built F-35 fighter jets to replace the country’s legacy F-16 jets that are slated for retirement, Defense News reported Wednesday. Lara Seligman and Gerard O’Dwyer write that Denmark’s legislature will debate the blueprint for close to a month before the country …

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