Tag Archives: NSC

Vencore Labs Chief Scientist Anthony Triolo Joins National Spectrum Consortium’s Exec Committee

The National Spectrum Consortium has appointed Anthony Triolo, chief scientist and senior manager of Vencore Labs, as a large company sector representative on the consortium’s executive committee. He will work with other panel members to help advance NSC’s efforts to identify collaboration opportunities between government, industry and academia to develop wireless …

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Huntington Ingalls Holds Christening of Coast Guard National Security Cutter Midgett

Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ shipbuilding arm in Pascagoula, Mississippi, has conducted a christening ceremony Saturday for a U.S. Coast Guard Legend-class vessel. Ingalls Shipbuilding held the ceremony at the Mississippi shipyard to transfer the National Security Cutter Midgett or WMSL 757 to the water, the company said Saturday. The event featured Adm. Charles Michel, vice …

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TrellisWare-Led Team to Develop ‘Full Duplex’ Radio System for National Spectrum Consortium

TrellisWare Technologies has secured a potential $15.7 million contract to develop a system for the National Spectrum Consortium to help address radio frequency planning challenges related to military and civilian communications. TrellisWare said Tuesday it will lead a multivendor team that includes Rockwell Collins and Kumu Networks in efforts to facilitate a same-frequency …

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Lockheed’s Marillyn Hewson, Rick Ambrose Host VP Mike Pence at Colorado Space Systems Facility

Vice President Mike Pence toured the Colorado campus of Lockheed Martin‘s space systems business to visit NASA‘s future Mars probe and the U.S. Air Force‘s latest global positioning system satellites, the Denver Business Journal reported Thursday. Company CEO Marillyn Hewson and Lockheed Martin Space Systems Executive Vice President Rick Ambrose joined Pence …

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Huntington Ingalls Authenticates Keel of 8th National Security Cutter for Coast Guard

Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Ingalls Shipbuilding division held a keel-authentication ceremony for the U.S. Coast Guard‘s eighth Legend-class national security cutter Midgett. HII said Friday the vessel is named after John Allen Midgett, who received the silver cup from the U.K. Board of Trade in 1918 for his rescue of 42 British sailors aboard a tanker that …

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Huntington Ingalls Launches Coast Guard’s ‘Kimball’ National Security Cutter

Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Ingalls Shipbuilding division launched the seventh Legend-class National Security Cutter the company built for the U.S. Coast Guard from a floating dry dock Saturday. HII said Tuesday the 418-feet-long Kimball was transferred to the dry dock via Ingalls’ rail car system and was launched off the dock with tugboats. “Our crew works …

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Coast Guard Receives Huntington Ingalls-Built ‘Munro’ National Security Cutter

Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Ingalls Shipbuilding division has handed over a sixth company-built national security cutter to the U.S. Coast Guard. Munro belongs to the military branch’s Legend class and is scheduled for commissioning in Seattle by April 1, 2017, Huntington Ingalls said Friday. “We have a mission statement in the NSC program that says …

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Huntington Ingalls-Built National Security Cutter Munro Completes Acceptance Trials

The sixth Huntington Ingalls Industries-built U.S. Coast Guard national security cutter Munro has completed acceptance trials at the Gulf of Mexico in an effort to validate the performance of the ship’s systems. Munro accomplished a full-power propulsion run during the two-day trial that tested its propulsion, electrical, damage control, anchor-handling, small boat operations and combat systems, HII …

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HII-Built ‘Munro’ National Security Cutter Completes Builder’s Sea Trials

Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ sixth National Security Cutter ship for the U.S. Coast Guard has completed the three-day builder’s sea trials held at the Gulf of Mexico. Munro underwent ship propulsion, electrical systems, anchor handling, small boat operations, damage control and combat systems tests as well as a four-hour, full-power propulsion run during the trial, …

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