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An industry team led by Lockheed Martin is working to establish a link between battle management systems used by the Missile Defense Agency and U.S. Army. The Missile Defense National Team is developing the C2BMC (command, control, battle management and communications) system to unify disparate ballistic missile defense elements, Lockheed said Thursday. “Potential air and ballistic missile threats […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will start evaluating four proposed vertical-takeoff-and-landing aircraft designs by the end of next month, IHS Janes’s 360 reported Wednesday. Gareth Jennings writes that Brian Ritter, a program manager at Boeing, told reporters Tuesday that DARPA will review VTOL X-Plane prototypes from Boeing, Aurora Flight Sciences, Karem and Sikorsky. DARPA […] More
CAE Inc. has been selected to develop operation support services for Caverton Helicopters’ training center in Africa over a six-year period. CAE will work beginning in mid 2015 to maintain and operate the training facility that is being constructed in Lagos, Nigeria, CAE said Wednesday. “We look forward to continuing to grow our relationship with […] More
Louisa Jaffe, CEO and president of Technical and Project Engineering, has been re-appointed to the advisory board of the National Contract Management Association for program year ending June 30, 2015. Jaffe has been a member of the NCMA’s board of advisors since 2008, providing guidance to national officers on contract management issues, TAPE said Monday. “With each year […] More
A team of NASA and Lockheed Martin engineers has begun integrating a thermal protection system onto the crew module of the agency’s Orion deep-space exploration vehicle. NASA plans to conduct a maiden test flight for the Orion spacecraft by Dec. 4, Lockheed said Wednesday. The test’s goal is to evaluate if the heat shield will […] More
Executives from Boeing, Intelsat and SpaceX and SSL Federal gathered Tuesday at the National Space Symposium to discuss government innovation and industry consolidation trends in light of the current fiscal environment, Defense News reported Monday. Aaron Mehta writes that Kay Sears, president of Intelsat General, told the forum audience that spending cuts have actually resulted […] More
ATK and Aerojet Rocketdyne aided in the launch of a United Launch Alliance-built rocket on Friday from Cape Canaveral, Fla. ATK technologies also helped to operate the new Boeing GPS IIF satellite, ATK said Monday. The company developed the solar arrays on the GPS IIF satellite, two Graphite Epoxy Motors, composite structures and the main engine […] More
Insitu’s Australia-based subsidiary has demonstrated its unmanned aircraft system to observe bushland fires for the New South Wales Rural Fire Service. Insitu Pacific deployed the ScanEagle aircraft in January to report on fire movement across the Wollemi National Park bushland through the General Dynamics Mediaware-built video streaming system, Insitu Pacific said Tuesday. Kevin Moore, chief […] More
CAE has won $55 million in contract awards to supply full flight simulators to Air China, Garuda, Air New Zealand and an unidentified international client. The contracts are the four initial FFS sales deals the company has booked for fiscal 2015 that began April 1, CAE said Wednesday. “As demand in our commercial segment remains strong, […] More
Saab continues to support aircraft manufacturers Airbus and Boeing by supplying composite and metal components, such as wing parts, doors and hatches under Saab’s civil aircraft production business based in Linköping, Sweden. Saab most recently signed a contract to supply the attachment structure for Airbus A350XWB-1000‘s landing flaps, the company said Sunday. The December 2013 contract extends Saab’s support […] More
NASA‘s commercial partners have completed the design reviews of their respective spacecraft and rockets intended for the agency’s program to transport mission crews to low-Earth orbit. Blue Origin, Boeing, Sierra Nevada and Space Exploration Technology continue to develop space transportation systems and prepare for tests in 2014 under the second round of their commercial crew […] More
CAE Inc. has been awarded more than $125 million in combined contracts with the U.S. Navy and customers from Poland, Germany and Malaysia to provide training technologies. CAE will supply four P-8A simulators to Boeing for the U.S. Navy, an SW4 helicopter simulator to the Polish Air Force, training support services to the German Air Force and maintenance […] More
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