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Raytheon awarded United Kingdom Paveway IV replenishment contract

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The United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence has awarded Raytheon UK a replenishment contract for Paveway IV, the latest generation GPS precision-guided munition, as part of a 60 million pound contract. Raytheon UK is focused on a technological growth path which, under the UK MOD’s SPEAR (Selective Precision Effects at Range) CAP 1 program, will enhance…

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Contract ensures continuous improvement to Patriot air, missile defense system

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The U.S Army awarded a $212 million contract to Raytheon to continue improvements to the combat-proven Patriot Air and Missile Defense System. The improvements, which will enhance Patriot’s capability and readiness, are funded by the U.S. and the 12 other Patriot partner nations through a shared engineering services agreement. “The U.S. and other Patriot partner…

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Honeywell Green Jet Fuel to power flights using new biofeedstock

Posted April 18, 2012 by anradmin

UOP LLC, a Honeywell company, announced April 18 that Honeywell Green Jet Fuel will be used for the world’s first comprehensive test program using a new biofeedstock specifically designed for biofuel production. The test flights, to be done in Canada with the National Research Council of Canada and Agrisoma Biosciences Inc., will also feature in-flight…

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DRS successfully demonstrates first 10-micron high performance infrared sensors

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DRS Technologies, Inc., a Finmeccanica Company, announced April 21 that its highly anticipated 10-micron pixel pitch infrared detector has been successfully demonstrated to select defense industry prime contractors. The company will continue to schedule private showcases during the SPIE DSS tradeshow in Baltimore, Md. Initial demonstrations of the 10-micron pixel pitch sensor included an ultra-high…

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Lockheed Martin delivers last AMP C-5 to Air Force

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Lockheed Martin completed delivery of the 79th and final C-5 Galaxy aircraft of the current Avionics Modernization Program at a ceremony at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., on April 27. “We are very proud of our AMP team,” said Greg Ulmer, vice president of the C-5 program, “This delivery continues the ever-growing legacy of the…

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Northrop Grumman unveils Scalable Agile Beam Radar — Global Strike for B-1B

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Northrop Grumman introduced its Scalable Agile Beam Radar – Global Strike for the U.S. Air Force’s B-1B Lancer at the 30th Anniversary B-1 Reunion held at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas. Northrop Grumman’s SABR-GS is a full performance, multi-function, active electronically scanned array radar for the B-1. Developed as an affordable, low risk radar retrofit…

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Lockheed Martin’s DAGR successfully engages moving target in Apache demonstration

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Lockheed Martin’s Direct Attack Guided Rocket successfully tracked and engaged a moving target in a recent demonstration at Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz. “DAGR hit a moving taret from 3.5 kilometers,” said Hady Mourad, DAGR program director in Lockheed Martin’s Missiles and Fire Control business. “Defeating high-value targets on the move is a critical capability, and…

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Raytheon Anschutz expands U.S. operations

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SAN DIEGO, May 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ –†Raytheon recently announced the launch of its new subsidiary, Raytheon Anschuetz USA LLC, located in San Diego, Calif. Raytheon Anschuetz USA LLC reinforces customer care and support for Raytheon Ansch¸tz navigation systems in the United States for commercial ship owners and shipyards as well as government entities, including the…

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Airbus parent profits hit by A380 wing problem

Posted May 17, 2012 by

Airbus parent company EADS said May 16 its first quarter earnings were hammered by a hefty $203-million charge to fix problematic wing parts on its flagship A380 superjumbo. EADS says the charge to fix the so-called “wing rib feet” – the metal brackets that connect the wing’s ribs to its skin – on all the…

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Certifiable Predator B completes critical design review

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General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. announced June 15 that it reached a significant milestone in its Independent Research and Development program to design, develop, and produce a variant of the Predator® B RPA to be certified for flight according to the NATO Airworthiness Standard for unmanned aircraft.

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