Tag Archives: marine

Peter Broadhurst: Inmarsat Backs New Campaign to Protect Ships, Mariners From Cyber Threats

Inmarsat supports a maritime and offshore industry-led global campaign that aims to protect marine vessels and crewmembers against the threat of cyber attacks. The Be Cyber Aware at Sea effort seeks to address cyber risks that face international shipping, ports and offshore operations through cyber awareness programs in the private sector, Inmarsat said …

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Huntington Ingalls’ ‘America’ Ship Sets Sail for Commissioning Ceremony

The Huntington Ingalls-built amphibious assault ship “America” left the company’s shipyard in Pascagoula, Mississippi on its maiden voyage ahead of the scheduled Oct. 11 commissioning in San Francisco. “America” is built for a crew of between 1,200 and 1,900 sailors including space for Marine helicopters, F-35 jets and other aircraft, Huntington Ingalls said Friday. “The …

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L-3 To Help Design Navy Simulation System, Monitor C4I Systems

L-3 Communications’ services unit will provide post-deployment software support to the Navy for a tactical warfare simulation system, the Defense Department announced Friday. The Navy awarded the company a $9,633,769 contract to provide 7,721 hours per year of support for design, development, testing, integration, verification and documentation. Work will also …

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Raytheon Restarts Maverick Missile Production, Eyes Foreign Sales

Raytheon has restarted production of its laser-guided Maverick missile, the company announced Monday. Raytheon was awarded a $25 million contract to restart production in December 2011, following a joint Air Force–Navy developmental and operational testing program. Raytheon said $15 million of the contract award came from appropriated funds while $10 …

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