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Mercury Systems receives order for radar environment simulation systems

Posted December 5, 2014 by

Mercury Systems, a leading provider of affordable, commercially developed, open sensor processing systems and services for critical commercial, defense and intelligence applications, announced that its Mercury Defense Systems subsidiary recently received a $1.2 million order from a leading international aerospace and defense company for radar environment simulation equipment to support European Fighter Aircraft. The order…

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Infrared search, track system achieves Milestone C approval

Posted December 5, 2014 by

The Navy’s infrared search and track  system received Milestone C acquisition approval Dec. 2, authorizing low-rate initial production of the sensor pod.

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Search continues for missing Airman in Guam

Posted December 5, 2014 by

An Airman who has been missing since Dec. 1 has been identified as Airman Alec M. Dye. Dye was deployed to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, from the 2nd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at Barksdale Air Force Base, La., and was last seen near Tarague Beach, Guam. The Guam Police Department Marine Unit, U.S. Navy Helicopter…

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Northrop Grumman recognizes 24 suppliers for continued commitment

Posted December 5, 2014 by

Northrop Grumman has honored 24 suppliers for their outstanding performance in support of its Global Supplier Diversity Programs. This is the 24th year that Northrop Grumman has recognized its suppliers with World Class Team awards for supporting the GSDP (formerly known as Socio-Economic Business Programs), which strives to ensure that capable small businesses, including small…

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Pearl Harbor survivor recounts life-changing experience

Posted December 5, 2014 by PO1 John Belanger

The 19-year-old airman jumped from his bunk when he heard a thunderous explosion outside his third floor barracks window, Sunday morning, Dec. 7, 1941. When he looked out the window, he saw a plane with a big red ball flying low to the ground strafing Hickam airfield. Retired Air Force CWO Jay C. Groff Jr.,…

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ONR earns DOD manufacturing award for F-35

Posted December 3, 2014 by Eric Beidel

The Office of Naval Research received one of the nation's top manufacturing awards for an innovative, cost-saving method for making advanced cockpit enclosures, or canopies, for the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter program Dec. 2.

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F-35 training system team honored with top modeling, simulation award

Posted December 3, 2014 by

The National Training and Simulation Association has selected the F-35 Lightning II Training System for the 2014 Modeling & Simulation Awards.

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Ikhana to capture Orion splashdown for NASA TV

Posted December 3, 2014 by

NASA photograph by Tony Landis Preparing Ikhana for a long mission. Orion Splashdown Mission Ikhana, NASA’s remotely piloted, unmanned aircraft system, will be used Dec. 4 to capture video of the Orion crew module Exploration Flight Test 1 as the module descends through the atmosphere into the Pacific Ocean. The aircraft’s camera, mounted on the…

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Airmen missing from World War II accounted for

Posted December 3, 2014 by

The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office announced Dec. 1 that the remains of service members missing in action from World War II have been accounted for and are being returned to their families for burial with full military honors. Army Air Forces 1st Lieutenants William D. Bernier of Augusta, Mont.; Bryant E. Poulsen of…

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NASA to take images of Orion flight test splashdown

Posted December 3, 2014 by

A number of teams will have eyes, cameras and telescopes trained on the skies for the splashdown of the first flight of NASA's Orion capsule — with the help of Navy and NASA aircraft.

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