Tag Archives: U.S. Military

US Military Buys Additional DragonFly 3D Printers From Nano Dimension

The U.S. military has purchased two more DragonFly Pro 3D printers from Israel-based additive electronics firm Nano Dimension. The multi-material additive manufacturing platform enables users to facilitate in-house prototyping or manufacturing of functional electronic units such as sensors, antennas, molded interconnect devices, circuit boards and other circuitry within a short time …

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Comtech Subsidiary to Supply Airborne Wave Tube Amplifiers for US Military Program

A Comtech Telecommunications subsidiary has received a $7.7 million order to provide high-power traveling wave tube amplifiers to a U.S. airborne strategic military program. Comtech Xicom Technology will manufacture TWTAs as part of the follow-on order with a U.S. military integrator, the company said Monday. “The amplifier is designed for use …

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TAT Subsidiary Lands US Military Thermal System MRO Contract

A TAT Technologies subsidiary has landed a five-year, $4.5 million contract to maintain, repair and overhaul thermal units for the U.S. military. Limco Airepair will provide MRO services for thermal units used on the country’s key military platforms, TAT said Wednesday. Gedera, Israel-based TAT provides original equipment manufacturer and aftermarket services for …

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Engility Wins DHA Contract to Support Military Health System Process Integration; Lynn Dugle Comments

Engility has secured a five-year, $10 million contract with the Defense Health Agency to help integrate the Military Health System‘s business and clinical processes. The company said Thursday its team of healthcare experts, analysts and practitioners will collaborate with service branches and federal agencies in efforts to transform military care delivery. “Delivering integrated, affordable, …

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Data.world, Defense Dept Launch Military Open Data Website

Public benefit corporation data.world and the Defense Department have partnered to launch an open data website that works to provide searchable, machine-readable and downloadable military datasets. Data.World said Thursday that DoD’s Defense Digital Service worked with data owners across the U.S. military to create the new Data.mil platform. The new website is designed to facilitate collaboration, …

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DRS Unveils New RF Monitoring, Detection Product Line; Kerry Rye Comments

DRS Technologies has released a new suite of high-performance radio frequency monitoring and detection receivers built on a modular, open system architecture. The Vesper product line is designed to be compatible with multiple RF channels of receive or transmit system in a single slot 1-inch pitch 6U VPX module, DRS said Tuesday. “Vesper’s differentiator …

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USAA, PsychArmor Unveil Online School for Military & Veteran Caregivers, Families

The United Services Automobile Association and PsychArmor Institute have launched an free online education program for caregivers and families of ill or injured military service members and veterans. PsychArmor said Tuesday the School for Military and Veteran Caregivers and Families offers various subjects that can be accessed through the Elizabeth Dole Foundation’s HiddenHeroes.org website. …

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Thomas Bussing: Raytheon, UVision Aim to Offer US Army Small Loitering Airborne Tech

Raytheon and Israel-based unmanned air system manufacturer UVision to develop and offer small loitering airborne technology to U.S. military organizations. Raytheon said Friday it seeks to adapt UVision’s man-packed, canister-launched Hero-30 system to make it perform lethal target engagement, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance functions. The company intends for the modified technology to help address the U.S. Army‘s Lethal Miniature Aerial Missile System …

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Comtech Gets Multiple Orders for DoD Comms Services; Stanton Sloane Comments

Comtech Telecommunications has collected $14.3 million in orders from the Defense Department during the third quarter of its fiscal year 2016 for communications services by the company’s government solutions unit. The company will use the funds to provide training services, ground satellite terminal field support and tactical communications systems that work to provide multimedia communications …

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