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Lockheed Martin GPS III prototype validates test facilities for future flight satellites

Posted July 10, 2013 by

Lockheed Martinís GPS III Non-Flight Satellite Testbed has successfully completed a series of high-fidelity pathfinding events which validate the process and facility for vehicle integration checkout, as well as signals interference testing, that the next-generation satellites of the Global Positioning System, known as GPS III, will go through prior to delivery for launch. An innovative…

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New Mexico couple’s defraud ‘apology’ letter rejected

Posted July 24, 2013 by

A federal judge has rejected a letter of apology from a New Mexico couple found guilty of defrauding the U.S. Air Force out of millions. U.S. District Judge Fred Biery ruled July 22 that Donald Dean Brewer and his wife, Sherri Lynn Brewer, both 64, face federal prison time unless they resubmit a draft of…

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U.S. Navy, Boeing sign $2 billion order for 13 P-8A Poseidon aircraft

Posted August 2, 2013 by

The U.S. Navy recently awarded Boeing a $1.98 billion contract for 13 additional P-8A Poseidon aircraft, continuing the modernization of U.S. maritime patrol capabilities that will ultimately involve more than 100 P-8As. The contract includes long-lead funding previously approved by the Navy. The Navy has now ordered 37 of the 117 P-8As it is expected…

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Sikorsky Aerospace Services provides component repair services to Brazilian Air Force

Posted August 19, 2013 by

Sikorsky Aerospace Services announced Aug. 15 its first-ever direct commercial repair agreement with the Brazilian Air Force in support of their UH-60 Black Hawk fleet. Through OEM access, the multi-year contract will streamline support services and will help enhance operational readiness for the H-60 helicopter fleet. The agreement includes shipment of aircraft components to Sikorsky-approved…

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NAVAIR professionals team with NASA, FAA and Army in helicopter crash test

Posted September 4, 2013 by

NASA photograph A CH-46 Sea Knight fuselage hits the ground during a 30-mile-per-hour free fall at NASA Langley Research Center, Va., Aug. 28 during a joint crashworthiness test. The Naval Air Systems Command, NASA, the Federal Aviation Administration and the Army teamed up to study helicopter crash survivability. Engineers from the Naval Air Warfare Center…

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General Dynamics awarded $36 million contract for additional Foxhound vehicles

Posted September 13, 2013 by

General Dynamics Land Systems – Force Protection Europe has received a $36.3 million contract for an additional 24 Foxhound light tactical blast-protected vehicles from the United Kingdomís Ministry of Defence. The order will expand the MoD’s fleet to 400 vehicles. General Dynamics Land Systems, parent company of General Dynamics Land Systems – Force Protection Europe,…

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Raytheon completes critical component of ninth AN/TPY-2 ballistic missile defense radar

Posted September 23, 2013 by

Raytheon has completed the manufacturing of an Antenna Equipment Unit for the AN/TPY-2 ballistic missile defense radar. An integral part of the Ballistic Missile Defense System, the AN/TPY-2 searches, discriminates between threats and non-threats, acquires and tracks threat ballistic missiles. AN/TPY-2 is a mobile X-band radar that helps protect the U.S., warfighters, and America’s allies…

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Raytheon’s newest Standard Missile-3 intercepts medium-range ballistic missile target at highest altitude to date

Posted October 4, 2013 by

In a Missile Defense Agency test, the U.S. Navy fired a Standard Missile-3 Block IB, made by Raytheon, from the USS Lake Erie. The SM-3 eliminated the medium-range ballistic missile target at the highest altitude of any test to date. “The next-generation SM-3 proved itself against a medium-range ballistic missile target at the highest altitude…

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Lockheed Martin links ground sensor network with UAVs for enhanced threat protection

Posted October 21, 2013 by

A wireless ground sensor network developed by Lockheed Martin will soon have the option of being fully integrated with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. Lockheed Martin’s Self-Powered Ad-hoc Network, a wireless ground sensor system will be able to connect with unmanned vehicles to provide ubiquitous coverage and persistent surveillance of designated areas. “SPAN is essentially a network…

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Boeing, Lockheed Martin team for U.S. Air Force bomber program

Posted October 28, 2013 by

Boeing and Lockheed Martin are teaming to compete for the United States Air Force’s Long-Range Strike Bomber program, with Boeing acting as the prime contractor and Lockheed Martin as the primary teammate. To this critical mission, the team brings together nearly two centuries of combined experience designing, developing and testing aircraft for defense customers around…

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