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K. Christopher Farkas, who most recently was assistant corporate controller at Curtiss-Wright Corp., has been promoted to vice president and corporate controller at the Charlotte, NC-based company. In his new role he will advise senior management on accounting, disclosure and SEC reporting matters and oversee the company’s internal and external financial reporting, accounting policies, financial reporting systems, government […] More

Curtiss-Wright's defense solutions division has launched a next-generation high-voltage power management system designed to stabilize turret drives to address the power requirements of U.S. ground vehicles. The high-voltage turret drive stabilization system uses a platform's existing continuous low-voltage power to convert 28V battery voltage up to 750V for precise maneuvering of high-inertia loads, such as medium caliber weapon systems, main battle tank turret drives and stabilization systems, Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions said Monday.

Curtiss-Wright’s defense solutions arm has modernized its suite of unified communications network management products to provide operators with more insight into network configuration and performance. The company said Tuesday IQ-Core Software v5.1.16 updates include installer enhancements for domain environments, a new custom URL monitor for service alerts, a configurable display for multiple interface viewing and […] More
Curtiss-Wright has won contracts totaling over $250 million to assist the U.S. Navy with ship construction, spare parts and submarine back-fit procurements for the Virginia-class nuclear-powered attack submarine, Columbia-class submarine and Ford-class aircraft carrier projects. The contracts were issued by Bechtel Plant Machinery, Inc. and General Dynamics Electric Boat, and under these awards, Curtiss-Wright will deliver propulsion […] More
The U.S. Air Force awarded Curtiss-Wright a $24 million contract to supply flight test instrumentation equipment for the F-35 aircraft. The materials will be used to support Nellis Air Force Base’s F-35 Technology Refresh 3 program, which involves hardware and software upgrades to the fighter plane, the company said Monday. Curtiss-Wright’s FTI technology is used […] More
Curtiss-Wright‘s defense solutions business and Cog Systems will work together to address the critical need for secure communications and National Security Agency-cleared Commercial Solutions for Classified technology for remote federal workers.  Under the collaborative effort, Curtiss-Wright will serve as the distributor for Cog Systems’ Aegis R51 enhanced retransmission device to support the former’s PacStar tactical […] More
Dynetics awarded Curtiss-Wright a contract to provide actuation technology for integration into the Leidos business arm’s Enduring Shield platform to meet the U.S. Army’s requirements for cruise missile defense. As part of the deal, Curtiss-Wright will design and produce electromechanical actuators for the first 16 Dynetics launcher platforms, with the option to bundle 400 more […] More
Curtiss-Wright announced on Monday that the corporation has received a contract from Airbus to provide custom electric actuation technology for the main deck cargo door on the future Airbus A350F freighter aircraft. “Curtiss-Wright is very proud to have been selected to provide our critical electric actuation technology expertise in support of the new A350F freighter, as […] More
Curtiss-Wright will deliver processor modules to Manassas, Virginia-based company Progeny for use in the upgrade of a pair of U.S. Navy torpedo systems. Under a $70 million contract, Curtiss-Wright’s team will furnish the Navy’s MK54 and MK48 torpedo modernization project with Modular Open System Approach computers and digital processing modules, the defense and aerospace contractor said Wednesday. […] More
Curtiss-Wright and Teledyne FLIR have partnered to provide unmanned and integrated technologies for the Department of Energy and the country’s nuclear power market. Lynn Bamford, president and CEO of Curtiss-Wright and a previous Wash100 awardee, said in a statement published Thursday the company’s partnership with the Teledyne Technologies subsidiary is an effort aimed at expanding […] More
Curtiss-Wright has announced a potential $240 million cash transaction to purchase the assets of Safran Aerosystems Arresting, an Aston, Pennsylvania-based supplier of aircraft arresting systems used by global militaries. Lynn Bamford, president and CEO of Curtiss-Wright and a previous Wash100 awardee, said in a statement published Friday the acquisition is aimed at expanding its global […] More
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