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Paul Falkler heads the national intelligence programs at Vistronix, building the information systems, solutions and services provider’s capabilities in the sector through mergers and acquisitions, and strategy and integration application. He headed strategy development at Varen Technologies prior to joining Vistronix and held the same role at SAIC in a vice president capacity. Falkler held […] More
MBDA has started to produce Brimstone 2 missile for the British air force to use on its fleet of Tornado GR4 aircraft. The Brimstone 2 missile is built to help the Tornado in guidance against targets and work through both safety methods and potential logistical issues, MBDA said Brimstone 2 enters the series production phase after a qualification of the Brimstone 2 IM rocket […] More
The Federal Aviation Administration and NASA will collaborate with three companies to demonstrate a technology intended to prevent unmanned drones from colliding with other planes in airspace, Aviation International News reported Friday. Bill Carey writes that the FAA and NASA plan to conduct flight tests of a commercial drone equipped with a detect-and-avoid system at […] More
Jessica Nielsen serves as vice president of communications and marketing at Lockheed Martin where she is responsible for all facets of communications at the company’s Information Systems and Global Solutions division. She previously was executive director of global communications at Dell and was chief of staff to the BAE Systems group communications director from 2009-2011. Nielsen […] More
MBDA and Mitsubishi Electric are undertaking a preliminary deal to develop midrange missiles for the F-35 fighter jets as part of the Japanese government’s efforts to establish international defense procurement partnerships, Reuters reported Thursday. Tim Kelly and Nobuhiro Kubo report the deal would be the first to involve using Japanese-built parts for missile exports as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s administration continues […] More
Raytheon has performed the first live fire test for its precision-guided weapon system. The Excalibur S, built with a laser spot tracker, worked to destroy its target following a GPS-guided target detection and laser-designated direct hit, Raytheon said Sunday. Michelle Lohmeier, vice president of Raytheon Missile Systems’ land warfare systems product line, said the laser-guided Excalibur […] More
Northrop Grumman has appointed Ben Palmer, Jon Anderson and Simon Cooper to business development leadership roles for the company’s Europe and U.K. organization. The company said Wednesday Palmer will be director of European strategy and business development, Anderson will be director of business development for C4ISR (land, maritime and civil) and Cooper will be director of business development for C4ISR (air). […] More
ExecutiveBiz recently spoke with Tina Kuhn, a top cybersecurity executive with Northrop Grumman Information Systems, on Northrop’s international expansion, opportunities for transformation within the government budget environment, how to “build-in” cyber defenses, and more in the cyber space. Kuhn joined Northrop in 2012 after holding a series of GovCon leadership roles focusing on intelligence and […] More
Lockheed Martin Australia and the country’s defense and science technology organization have formed a 10-year alliance to collaborate on research and development work into technology. “We have agreed to undertake joint research in a range of areas including predictive logistics, trusted assurance, the Aegis combat system, over the horizon radar, hypersonics and operational analysis,” Alex Zelinsky, the […] More
Outgoing BAE Systems Inc. President and CEO Linda Hudson spoke to technology leaders Thursday about the changes she believes would address concerns on how to develop U.S. student and professional talent in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, FedScoop reported Thursday. Dan Verton writes Hudson appeared at an Northern Virginia Technology Council event to discuss U.S. […] More
A General Dynamics and Austal USA-built  U.S. Navy Littoral Combat Ship completed its launch on Dec. 14, 2013 as part of a $3.5 billion 10-ship order made in 2010. The company developed the initial 127-meter USS Jackson with systems integrator General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems with an aim to create a vessel for open-ocean and near-shore operations, General […] More
Photo by sculpies from Shutterstock.com STO Building Group Inc. is a leader in the construction industry in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. A total of eight STO Building subsidiaries employ more than 2,200 experts in infrastructure projects. Here is a list of all the government contracts that STO Corp. has won. […] More
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