Tag Archives: U.S. Marine Corps

CTC’s Lifecycle Mgmt Tool a Finalist for Innovation Award; Ed Sheehan Comments

Concurrent Technologies Corp. has received recognition for its Total Life Cycle Management-Operational Support Tool as a finalist for the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals’ Supply Chain Innovation Award. The company said Friday it developed TLCM-OST to help the U.S. Marine Corps manage weapons systems and equipment through the product lifecycle by providing logistics information. “It is …

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ManTech to Develop Intell Systems for US Marine Corps; Daniel Keefe Comments

ManTech International has been awarded a five-year, $39.8 million contract to develop and integrate intelligence systems for the U.S. Marine Corps. The company said Wednesday it would perform research, engineering, testing and evaluation support on the Marine Corps’ program manager marine intelligence system. “ManTech has provided IT, intelligence, and logistics solutions …

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Marine Corps Eyes Ground Robotic Systems; Capt. James Piniero Comments

The U.S. Marine Corps is examining land-based robotic technologies in order to help infantry soldiers with their patrolling, explosive disposal and combat missions, Defense Systems reported Tuesday. David Walsh writes the military service is working to modify a QinetiQ North America-designed unmanned ground vehicle as part of the branch’s Combat Robotics System …

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AECOM to Support Navy Facility Design Projects in Europe, Africa, SW Asia

AECOM will prepare documentation on U.S. Navy and Marine Corps facilities planning and environmental activities in Europe, Africa and Southwest Asia under a $45 million architect-engineering contract. The Defense Department said Friday AECOM’s technical services arm will support the Naval Facilities Engineering Command‘s design projects in the EURAFSWA area of responsibility through …

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Douglas Lopez Promoted to COO at Engineering Services Network

Douglas Lopez, formerly head of Engineering Services Network‘s fleet support services division, will take the role of chief operating officer and work from the company’s offices in Chesapeake, Virginia. ESN said Thursday Lopez has experience working with the U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard, the Military Sealift Command and U.S. Navy Echelon II and III …

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David Harrold: BAE Systems Eyes New Markets for APKWS After Australian Army Demo

BAE Systems is looking to secure a potential contract with the U.S. Army to equip the service’s fleet of Boeing‘s AH-64 Apache helicopters with the Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System, USNI News reported Monday. David Harrold, director of precision guidance solutions at BAE Systems, told the publication that a business opportunity could arise following live-fire …

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Executive Profile: Matt Carroll, VP for Secure Services at Fluor Government Group

Matt Carroll serves as vice president of the secure services business unit under Fluor government group, which provides clients from the intelligence community with facility design, build, operations and maintenance services. Carroll has led the secure services business since January 2012 and oversaw strategic growth through the acquisition of J. Crowder Corp. He …

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Leidos to Handle US Navy, Marine Corps Aircraft Home Basing Documentation; Laura Obloy Comments

Leidos has been awarded a $50 million contract to manage documentation of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps’ aircraft home basing actions. The company’s engineering business will perform the environmental planning and mission operations support activities in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act through 2020 under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, Leidos …

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Tony Moraco: SAIC Eyes Long-Term Growth Plan at 3-D Printing Site

Science Applications International Corp. CEO Tony Moraco has revealed SAIC’s plan to focus its long-term growth strategy on the company’s three-dimensional technology facility in North Charleston, The Post and Carrier reported Sunday. David Wren writes SAIC is using 3-D printing technology to create prototypes for customers and cites the company’s five-year, $194 …

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Lockheed’s Marillyn Hewson Outlines Efforts to Address Challenges in Global Security Landscape

Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson has stated that the company’s business growth strategy works to align with current trends in the global security landscape to address industry challenges and meet customer needs. Hewson outlined the strategy in a media day event to highlight its technology investments and product and service portfolio in line with these trends, Lockheed …

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Northrop Taps Saab US Subsidiary for Radar Components

Northrop Grumman has selected a U.S.-based Saab subsidiary to provide components for the AN/TPS-80 Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar system of the U.S. Marine Corps for a $32 million subcontract. Saab Defense and Security USA will develop subsystems, software and assemblies for the first four G/ATOR units under the low-rate initial production contract, the company said …

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Bell Boeing Delivers Osprey Flight Training Simulators to US Marine Corps; Randy Deidrick Comments

Bell Boeing has delivered two MV-22 Osprey flight training simulators to the U.S. Marine Corps’ HMX-1 presidential airlift squadron. The simulators have been installed at the squadron’s Quantico, Virginia-based headquarters, where aircrews will rehearse operations in a virtual setting, Boeing said Tuesday. Randy Deidrick, director of Boeing’s tactical training systems, …

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