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President of Scaled Composites awarded prestigious James H. Doolittle Award

Posted October 22, 2012 by

Doug Shane, president of Northrop Grumman's Scaled Composites business,has been presented the prestigious 2012 James H. Doolittle Award by the Society of Experimental Test Pilots

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Boeing non-kinetic missile records first operational test flight

Posted October 22, 2012 by

A recent weapons flight test in the Utah desert may change future warfare after the missile successfully defeated electronic targets with little to no collateral damage. Boeing and the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory Directed Energy Directorate, Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., successfully tested the Counter-electronics High-powered Microwave Advanced Missile Project during a flight over…

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Airmen deploy in support of downed Black Hawk

Posted October 22, 2012 by SrA. Bryan Swink

Courtesy photograph TSgt. Peter Feliciano Jr., 8th Expeditionary Air Mobility Squadron Air Transportation joint inspector, conducts an inspection of a downed UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter in Forward Operating Base Chakhcharan. Feliciano and the JI team prepared the Black Hawk to ensure all hazardous material and cargo were properly secured so it could be loaded and…

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ATK earns contract extension, expansion on A350 XWB program

Posted October 22, 2012 by

ATK has entered into a contract extension through 2027 for its work providing lightweight composite fuselage stringers and frames for the Airbus A350 XWB program. In addition, ATK’s contract includes increased scope for design changes and added manufacturing operations. This project expansion is a significant milestone for ATK and represents a continuation of the valuable…

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Army engineers develop chargers for phones, laptops in combat

Posted October 19, 2012 by Dan Lafontaine

Army photograph by Tom Faulkner A team of U.S. Army engineers are developing new battery chargers for smartphones, tablet computers and laptops for deployed Soldiers without access to a traditional electrical grid. They have engineered and built prototypes for 8-port, 4-port, and 2-port USB chargers, as well as an AC/USB adapter – all of which…

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JLTV program moves into EMD phase

Posted October 19, 2012 by Kris Osborn

Courtesy photograph The AM General BRV-O vehicle is one of three in the Army’s Joint Light Tactical Vehicle program’s Engineering and Manufacturing Development phase. The U.S. Army-led Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, or JLTV program, is beginning a 33-month Engineering and Manufacturing Development phase, also known as EMD. The EMD phase is designed to test and…

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Northrop Grumman Remotec to begin delivering Titus robot in December

Posted October 18, 2012 by

Northrop Grumman's subsidiary Remotec Inc. will begin deliveries in December of Titus(tm), the newest and smallest member of its Andros(tm) line of unmanned ground vehicles.

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Army fields next-generation radarby Kris Osborn Army News Service

Posted October 18, 2012 by by Kris Osborn

Several next-generation, mobile Counter Target Acquisition, or CTA radar systems are now able to provide Soldiers with a 360-degree protective envelope or warning capability against incoming enemy rocket, artillery and mortar fire, service officials said Oct. 10, at a Pentagon display.

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Two Global Hawks fly in close formation, move AHR program closer to autonomous aerial refueling

Posted October 18, 2012 by

This week sees the completion of flight demonstrations demonstrating the first autonomous aerial refueling between two unmanned, high-altitude aircraft.

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New Curiosity instruments show surprising Mars rock

Posted October 18, 2012 by by Raphael Jaffe

The first rock the new Curiosity instruments touched have presented a more varied composition than expected from previous missions. The rock also resembles some unusual rocks from Earth's interior

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