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Michael Niggel and his partners started Advanced Concepts and Technologies International — or ACT I — in 1998 with an initial division dedicated to foreign military sales. The Arlington, Virginia-based government services contractor now has five divisions that provide acquisition and program management support services to U.S and international defense agencies for programs such as the F-35 Joint […] More
Paul Meyer, formerly senior vice president of advanced programs and business development at Aerojet Rocketdyne, has joined Seabury Global Aerospace & Defense Consulting as executive VP. He will guide the company’s executives-in-residence team to develop a new approach with the goal of meeting the aerospace and defense industry’s innovation requirements, Seabury said Friday. Charles Davis, […] More
Technavio has released a new report that estimates the global unmanned aerial vehicle flight training and simulation market’s compound annual growth rate at 6.06 percent from 2014 through 2019. The report indicates that the growing demand for UAVs over the forecast period will drive the market, which will also see an increase in the use […] More
Raytheon has concluded a series of flight tests of a close air support platform with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The company demonstrated DARPA’s Persistent Close Air Support system on both A-10C Thunderbolt II and MV-22 Osprey aircraft, Raytheon said Sunday. Flight tests took place over three phases as part of an 18-month, $25.5 million contract the company received from DARPA […] More
MarketsandMarkets has reported that worldwide governmental efforts to keep citizens, infrastructure and organizations safe from multiple threats drive growth in the public safety and security market. The market’s value to grow from almost $221 billion this year to about $371 billion by 2020, with a compound annual growth rate of 10.9 percent over the five-year period, […] More
Lockheed Martin has demonstrated the gun system for the conventional-takeoff-and-landing variant of the F-35 jet in three airborne gunfire bursts during a test flight held in California. The company tested how the internal Gun Airborne Unit-22/A 25-millimeter Gatling gun system works during flight as part of preparations for the gun system’s certification and the U.S. Air Force’s […] More
Greg Resutek joined Bethesda, Md.-based engineering services contractor ASRC Federal in June 2014 as chief operating officer alongside his former URS Corp. colleague Mark Gray, who was named CEO. Resutek also held the role of acting chief financial officer at ASRC Federal until the company appointed former Northrop Grumman executive Gordon Foster to the CFO post. […] More
Lt. Gen. Robert Otto has touted the U.S. Air Force’s Open Mission Systems standard as performing well and so he said the service plans to expand the program, Breaking Defense reported Monday. Richard Whittle writes the Open Mission Systems standard is intended to adapt a cell phone application-based model to subcontracts as the service branch seeks […] More
A MarketsandMarkets report forecasts the value of the global unmanned aerial vehicles market to hit $14.9 billion in 2020, with an 8.12 percent compound annual growth rate from 2015 to 2020. The research firm said Tuesday the UAV market’s value reached $10.1 billion this year and North America accounted for about 65.53 percent market share. Technological […] More
The Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services program has achieved full deployment approval after Frank Kendall, acquisition chief at the Defense Department, signed an acquisition decision memorandum on the CANES program, Chips magazine reported Friday. Steven A. Davis writes the CANES program aims to reduce shipboard network workload through information technology modernization and consolidation of data, voice, […] More
A Transparency Market Research report says worldwide cyber weapons could grow into a $521.9 billion market, largely because of government organizations’ efforts to secure critical infrastructure assets. The market intelligence firm said Tuesday defense and intelligence agencies use cyber weapons to deal with adversaries who conduct espionage, data theft and information technology sabotage activities. Defense cyber weapons generated nearly […] More
Three companies have won positions on a potential five-year, $49 million contract to build prototype sensors for the U.S. Navy to use during force-protection, intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance operations, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Monday. John Keller writes Northrop Grumman, Consolidated Resource Imaging and Manufacturing Techniques will compete for task orders to develop and deliver sensor systems for different clients. The contract has a […] More
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