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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
ATK‘s board of directors has approved a plan to spinoff its sporting group into an independent, publicly-traded company as part of an agreement to merge ATK’s aerospace and defense business groups with Orbital Sciences. Mark DeYoung, president and CEO of Arlington, Va.-based ATK, will serve as chairman and CEO of the commercial ammunition and sporting […] More
Michael Costas, Bechtel‘s corporate quality chief, will help manage engineering, procurement and related functions as part of his appointment to the company’s waste treatment and immobilization plant team. The team will supervise work at a plant Bechtel is building in Washington state for the Energy Department to treat 56 million gallons of radioactive waste, the company said Thursday. Costas holds 30 years […] More
Forecast International expects unmanned aerial vehicles to become a $2.3 billion industry by 2023 despite a slowdown in production in the coming years, Military &  Aerospace Electronics reported Monday. John Keller writes the market analyst predicted the global market to more than double from $942 million this year amid the military’s continued reliance on flying […] More
Northrop Grumman has opened a fresh aircraft integration center in St. Augustine, Fla., where the company has been operating for 34 years. The site is expected to create 400 new jobs over the next three years, Northrop Grumman said Thursday. Tom Vice, Northrop Grumman corporate vice president and president of aerospace systems, said the new facility […] More
Siemens has donated nearly $660 million in software products to several Massachusetts-based technical colleges and universities to train students on product design and manufacturing. The in-kind software grant provides university students access to Siemens’ software applications that work to help users produce aerospace systems, medical devices, ships and consumer products, Siemens said Wednesday. Chuck Grindstaff, […] More
Northrop Grumman is hosting a daylong special session at the National Science Teachers Association in Boston from Thursday to Sunday to discuss global issues in science education. The Global Conversations in Science Education conference is also intended to tackle how teachers can help students understand energy and its impact, Northrop announced Tuesday. “Professional development is a […] More
L-3 Communications is working to extend mobile communications to frontline soldiers under a $15.5 million contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Sunday. John Keller writes the U.S. Army and Marine Corps warfighters will connect to a millimeter-wave communications backbone under the DARPA Mobile Hotspots program. The company will work to […] More
A Materion Corp. subsidiary is collaborating with Lockheed Martin to become a qualified supplier of aluminum-beryllium casting technology for the F-35 fighter jet’s electro-optical targeting system. Materion Brush Beryllium & Composites produces aluminum-beryllium composites used in the F-35 EOTS and also seeks to offer its investment casting products to the Lockheed-led program, Materion said Thursday. […] More
L-3 Communications has reorganized the company’s business segments in a move that Chairman and CEO Michael Strianese called an effort to further the company’s technology and sales push. John McNellis has been named president of the new aerospace systems segment that combines the former platform and logistics segment and the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance systems […] More
William Hoover serves as the president and chief executive officer of AMERICAN SYSTEMS where he leads the development of Vision/2012, the company’s growth plan. Hoover joined American Systems in June 2005 from his role as the president and chief operating officer of Dynamics Research Corp. In his 25-year career in the information systems and services market […] More
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