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Swedish Defence Materiel Administration orders AeroVironment Puma AE, Wasp small UAS

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AeroVironment has received a firm fixed-price order for 12 hybrid small unmanned aircraft systems from the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (Försvarets Materielverk) on behalf of the Swedish Army. The order consists of Puma AEâ„¢ and Waspâ„¢ air vehicles, ground stations, training, and logistics support. The order is the result of a competitive evaluation and procurement…

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General Dynamics finalizes MoD contract for additional 100 Foxhound vehicles

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General Dynamics Land Systems – Force Protection Europe has finalized a contract for an additional 100 Foxhound light tactical blast-protected vehicles for delivery to the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence. The order expands the number of vehicles under contract from 200 to 300. General Dynamics Land Systems, parent company of General Dynamics Land Systems –…

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Lockheed Martin awarded $27.1 million contract for MLRS M270A1 launcher cab upgrades

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Lockheed Martin received a $27.1 million contract from the U.S. Army for the first phase of a three-year development program that will increase crew protection and update the Army’s fleet of Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) M270A1 mobile rocket launchers. Under the contract, Lockheed Martin will upgrade, assemble and test seven prototype vehicles. Phase one…

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Emmen Aerospace to become BOSH Technologies

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Emmen Aerospace, Inc. announced July 3 that it will rebrand to become BOSH Technologies, a member of The BOSH Group, effective Oct. 1, 2012. The transition will formalize Emmen’s induction into TBG, a family of companies dedicated to the development and operation of customized unmanned system solutions. Emmen, which specializes in the development, production and…

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Embraer selects Boeing to provide weapons integration for A-29 Super Tucano

Posted July 10, 2012 by

Embraer and Boeing at the Farnborough Airshow July 10 announced an agreement that further enhances the collaboration between the two companies and brings additional capabilities to Embraer’s A-29 Super Tucano through new weapons integration developments to meet future customer requirements. The new weapons integration capacity enhances the solution presented to the U.S. Air Force Light…

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Boeing, American Airlines 737-800 ecoDemonstrator airplane prepares for flight test program

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Boeing has completed assembly of an American Airlines, Next-Generation 737-800 to be used as a flying test bed for validating environmentally progressive technologies.

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Raytheon to develop cyber maneuver technology for US Army

Posted July 16, 2012 by

Raytheon has received a $3.1 million contract to develop technology for Morphing Network Assets to Restrict Adversarial Reconnaissance, a program that uses cyber maneuvering techniques to thwart potential attackers in high-threat environments. Cyber maneuver is the technique of dynamically modifying aspects and configurations of networks, hosts and applications in a manner that is undetectable and…

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Northrop Grumman announces new leadership appointments

Posted July 23, 2012 by

Northrop Grumman announced July 23 retirement plans for two of its sector presidents and the election of several executives into key leadership positions.

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Boeing subsidiary Spectrolab names president

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Boeing subsidiary Spectrolab Inc. has named Troy Dawson - a leader with more than 25 years of satellite project management, engineering, and development experience - as president of the solar cell and panel manufacturer.

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Court rules that Lockheed Martin can be sued

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Submitting a low bid to secure a federal contract knowing that the contract will cost the government more when fulfilled is a violation of federal law confirmed the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in an Aug. 2, 2012, decision. The court’s ruling permits The Cullen Law Firm, PLLC, to proceed to trial…

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