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United Technologies Corp. has won a contract to modernize the airborne imaging sensors of the U.S. Air Force, C4ISR & Networks reported Thursday. Michael Peck writes United Technologies’ UTC aerospace systems unit will work to upgrade the SYERS-2 sensor systems to the SYERS-2C version featuring multispectral technology. Kevin Raftery, UTC vice president, said the company […] More
Northrop Grumman has celebrated the 25th year of its B-2 stealth bomber aircraft for the U.S. Air Force in a re-enactment of its first takeoff at the Air Force’s Plant 42 in Palmdale, California. The company said Thursday Plant 42 is where all B-2 aircraft were built and sent for programmed depot maintenance. According to Tom Vice, Northrop’s corporate vice […] More
Terrence Blair oversees technology strategy and technology-related consulting work for federal agencies as chief technology officer at Tetra Tech AMT – the information technology, aerospace and safety management arm of Tetra Tech. Blair, a more-than 25-year GovCon veteran, joined Tetra Tech after spending eight-and-a-half years at Sapient as technical lead for that company’s federal government consulting business unit […] More
Northrop Grumman Corp. will work to upgrade the navigation systems of the U.S. Navy’s Fire Scout unmanned aerial vehicles, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Wednesday. John Keller writes the Naval Air Systems Command is planning to award a sole-source contract to Northrop’s aerospace systems segment to evaluate and certify the Kearfott-built KN-4073C navigation systems. The […] More
(Editor’s note: this interview took place prior to ATK’s April announcement that the company would spinoff its sporting division into an independent company and merge its aerospace and defense businesses with Orbital Sciences. Click here to read GovCon Wire’s coverage of both transactions.) As senior vice president and chief information officer at ATK, Jeff Kubacki acts as the Arlington, […] More
CPI Aerostructures Inc., today announced that Terry Stinson will be brought onto CPI’s Board of Directors to serve a three-year term. With over 45 years of leadership in the aerospace and defense industry under his belt, Stinson has played a number of executive roles with companies including AAR Corp., Textron Aerospace, Triumph Group Inc., and his […] More
Northrop Grumman and the U.S. Navy have demonstrated a new maritime surveillance radar that the company modified from a manned aircraft system built by Telephonics Corp. The company and Navy flew the MQ-8B Fire Scout unmanned helicopter for the demonstration as part of the efforts to help Navy commanders increase their long-range imaging and search capabilities, Northrop said Tuesday. […] More
Creative Microsystems Corp. has been awarded a two-year, $2.7 million contract to design and build lightweight night-vision goggles for the U.S. Navy, Military $ Aerospace Electronics reported Thursday. John Keller writes the Naval Research Laboratory plans to award the research contract for the development of the Micro Optic Low Light Imager project. Waitsfield, Vt.-based Creative […] More
United Technologies Corp. and its subsidiary Sikorsky Aircraft have pledged a donation of $1 million to establish the Igor Sikorsky Distinguished Professorship in Rotorcraft program at the University of Maryland’s A. James Clark School of Engineering. As part of UMD’s Department of Aerospace Engineering, the program is intended to bolster rotorcraft technology research and development in areas such as aeromechanics and […] More
A United Technologies Corp.‘s business unit will push forward the design and development of an energy system for the Office of Naval Research‘s Long Endurance Undersea Vehicle Propulsion program. As part of the program’s next phases, UTC Aerospace Systems will create an energy system for an unmanned undersea vehicle using proton exchange membrane fuel cells to replace current […] More
Northrop Grumman plans to expand its Melbourne, Fla.-based manned aircraft design center with a new series of investments. The company wants to grow its Melbourne facility by 220,000 square feet and open 300 additional jobs, Northrop said Thursday. “This expansion further cements our strong partnership with Florida, and will greatly benefit our employees, customers and shareholders,” […] More
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