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A General Dynamics subsidiary has granted the “Approved Forging Supplier” designation to IBC Advanced Alloys. IBC secured the status after General Dynamics Electric Boat performed audits on the former company’s metal forging facility in Franklin, Indiana, IBC said in a Sept. 13 news release. “We are very pleased to be named an approved forging supplier […] More
Approximately 50 percent of work that will result from U.S. missile defense funds for Israel will go to U.S. companies, Defense News reported Thursday. Barbara Opall-Rome writes Boeing and Raytheon as well as their U.S. subcontractors and suppliers will receive half of the production funds to support work for the Iron Dome, David’s Sling and Arrow missile defense programs […] More
Science Applications International Corp. has awarded a subcontract to a Sypris Solutions subsidiary to design and develop an electronic encryption device to control access to land-based intercontinental ballistic missile silos. Sypris said Wednesday the 22-month contract covers services in areas such as design, development, documentation, integration, testing, certification, training, maintenance and logistics for the Missile Electronic Encryption Device program. Sypris Electronics will be responsible for […] More
A new Research and Markets report predicts the global military radar systems market will experience a 4.05 percent compound annual growth rate from 2014 to 2019. New developments in the gallium nitride technology used in solid-state power amplifiers are expected to drive the military radar systems market, Research and Markets stated. According to the report, […] More
Frost & Sullivan has projected the Defense Department’s command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance spend to grow 1.4 percent annually from 2014 to 2020. Frost & Sullivan’s report forecasts a growth in usage of commercial off-the-shelf-based computing, storage, security, networking and collaboration tools as the DoD’s demand for virtualized services increases, the market research […] More
Exelis and Satair Group have partnered to distribute Exelis-made components for commercial aircraft waste and water tanks. Satair Group said Thursday it will also provide aftermarket sales and support services to aerospace customers of Exelis waste storage tank products globally under a five-year distribution agreement between the companies. Exelis unit EDO Corp. has produced composite […] More
The U.S. Army has deployed a Raytheon-built blimp system over Maryland’s airspace as part of operational tests for the aerostat. The JLENS balloon carried thousands of feet above rural Maryland radar systems that are designed to detect cruise-missiles and drones, Raytheon said Saturday. “JLENS can detect potential threats at extremely long ranges, giving North American […] More
A report from Frost & Sullivan forecasts that annual revenue for military land vehicles worldwide will grow from $23.55 billion in 2013 to $30.33 billion by 2022. The market research firm also projects that spending on tactical ground vehicles will surge in the medium to long term as economic pressures subside globally, Frost & Sullivan […] More
NextLabs, a provider of information risk management software to businesses, will offer Siemens PLM Software to customers who want to communicate globally and securely. Both companies intend to help aerospace, defense and high-technology clients limit outside access and usage to PLM, CAD and other systems during production and operations in the field, NextLabs and Siemens said Monday. […] More
Joe Stein, the retired U.S. Air Force Major General who most recently helped lead the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense’s policy posture with NATO and Europe, has joined SkyLink Aviation as the firm’s senior executive for operational strategy. The company pointed to Stein’s leadership experience as a commander of large aviation organizations, and at […] More
The International Institute for Strategic Studies says reducing acquisition costs will increase demand for unmanned aircraft for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance applications, Agence France-Presse reported Tuesday. IISS published its “Military Balance 2014” report stating that globally, more drones are being used by militaries, private companies and individuals. “We’re going to see more of these things,” […] More
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