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Leidos Subsidiary Concludes Preliminary Design Review of Human Landing System for NASA Program


Leidos' Dynetics subsidiary has finished the preliminary design review of a technology meant to help astronauts land on the moon as part of an upcoming NASA lunar mission. Dynetics said Thursday the PDR effort informed the space agency of the Human Landing System's design that complies with system requirements for NASA's Artemis program, which aims to revive manned space exploration.

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Rockwell Collins Set to Enter New Phase in Navy Air Combat Training System Upgrade

The U.S. Navy has given Rockwell Collins the green light to commence the detailed design phase of a project to modernize the service branch’s airborne training platform. Rockwell Collins said Tuesday it received the approval after completing the preliminary design review for Increment 2 of the Tactical Combat Training System in February. The company serves as …

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Navy, Lockheed Complete Helicopter-Based Electronic Warfare Pod Preliminary Design Review

The U.S. Navy and Lockheed Martin have wrapped up a preliminary design review of a helicopter-based electronic warfare pod designed to help warfighters detect and respond to anti-ship missile threats. Lockheed said Tuesday its Advanced Off-Board Electronic Warfare Active Mission Payload AN/ALQ-248 system aboard Sikorsky-made MH-60 helicopters works to provide the …

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