Tag Archives: U.S. Air Force Space Command

Dan Allen: Serco to Update Ballistic Missile Early Warning Radar Tech at U.S. Air Base in Greenland

Serco‘s North American subsidiary has won a potential five-year, $38 million contract to modernize the high-altitude electromagnetic pulse protection of Ballistic Missile Early Warnings Systems at Thule Air Base in Greenland. Serco Inc. will apply a design-build-install-test approach to update the radar system’s HEMP protection for the U.S. Air Force Space Command, the company said Friday. Dan Allen, Serco  Inc. chairman and CEO, …

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Lockheed, URS, InDyne JV Launch Bid for AF Launch Range Program; Robert Smith, Lance Lord Comment

Lockheed Martin and URS Corp.’s joint venture with technical services company InDyne has submitted an offer to consolidate the U.S. Air Force Space Command’s two main launch ranges. The three companies forged the Consolidated Range Enterprise alliance to jointly pursue the multibillion-dollar Launch and Test Range System Integrated Support Contract …

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GEO-1 Ready For Flight

Lockheed Martin’s space-based, infrared system geosynchronous satellite has its ticket, and is packed and ready for its May flight onboard the Atlas V rocket. SBIRS GEO-1 was developed for the U.S. Air Force to booster the country’s missile warning system. Lockheed said the satellite will provide missile defense, technical intelligence …

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