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Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman were selected by the U.S. Army for other transaction authority agreements with Project Director Sensors - Aerial Intelligence to advance the Launched Effects payload program. Northrop Grumman was awarded an OTA deal for two payloads while Lockheed received an order for one payload as part of the first LE development phase, the Army's Program Executive Office - Intelligence, Electronic Warfare & Sensors announced Wednesday.

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Northrop Grumman has received a potential $265 million contract modification from the U.S. Navy to continue providing engineering and logistics support services for a U.S. Marine Corps multimission radar system designed to detect and track remotely piloted vehicles, cruise missiles and other airborne threats. The modification increases the ceiling value of a previously awarded basic ordering agreement to $514.3 million, the Department of Defense said Monday.

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Northrop Grumman has concluded the design review of 16 satellites intended for an expansive network that will facilitate conventional and advanced missile tracking from low-Earth orbit. The company said Wednesday the critical design review is part of the Space Development Agency’s Tranche 1 Tracking Layer project, which seeks to use the satellites for identifying hypersonic weapons and advanced missiles from their initial launch phases to interception.

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Northrop Grumman has completed thermal vacuum testing on the satellite constellation it is building for a Space Norway-led mission to provide broadband communications across the northern polar region. The Arctic Satellite Broadband Mission comprises two satellites, each carrying an X-Band payload for the Norwegian defense ministry, a Ka-band payload for Viasat and Enhanced Polar System Recapitalization payloads for the U.S. Space Force, Northrop said Tuesday.

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Northrop Grumman and L3Harris Technologies completed a critical design review of a relay ground station for missile warning and tracking, which will be used by the U.S. Space Systems Command in the Pacific. Northrop said Thursday that it is developing Relay Ground Station-Asia under a contract with the U.S. Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific, which plans to replace its missile warning system by 2025.

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Northrop Grumman conducted a series of demonstrations of the Integrated Battle Command System involving simulated attacks in the Washington metropolitan area. The event, which was held at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama, showcased the capability of IBCS to integrate sensors and effectors used by the U.S. armed forces in the face of complex threats, the company said Monday.

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