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Retired U.S. Army Gen. Stephen Townsend has been selected as an advisory board member at MAG Aerospace, a provider of command, control, communication, computers, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance offerings. He brings over 40 years of military experience to the company, having served in leadership positions in platoons, corps and joint task forces, the Fairfax, Virginia-based company announced on Thursday.

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Derek Lewis, formerly director of strategy at uncrewed aircraft manufacturing company RapidFlight, has been named vice president of technical solutions at MAG Aerospace. Lewis said on LinkedIn on Wednesday that he brings over two decades of experience in the defense and aerospace industry to the role, with experience in organizational and technical leadership, program management and business development.

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Full-spectrum joint domain command and control services provider MAG Aerospace has entered into a partnership with Idaho National Laboratory to secure cyber physical systems like critical infrastructure from cyber threats, with the ultimate aim of enhancing national security. MAG Aerospace said on Wednesday that, under the partnership, it will use INL's Consequence-driven Cyber-informed Engineering assessment methodology to identify hardened operational technology-dependent assets and detect vulnerabilities.

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A team composed of L3Harris Technologies, Leidos and MAG Aerospace will compete for a U.S. Army program to develop a fleet of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft to gather operational intelligence against the country’s adversaries. L3Harris will lead the industry team for the Army’s High Accuracy Detection and Exploitation System program, which seeks to equip Bombardier Global 6500 business jets with deep-sensing platforms.

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MAG Aerospace and L3Harris Technologies have won a U.S. Army competition to develop and deliver a pair of high-altitude aircraft with intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities. The team will equip two Bombardier Global 6500 aircraft with ISR payloads to support the service branch’s mission to advance long-range precision fires under the Theater-Level, High-Altitude Expeditionary Next […] More
L3Harris Technologies has teamed up with MAG Aerospace to develop a commercial aircraft equipped with intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities for a new U.S. Army program. The team will modify Bombardier Global Express 6500s to include new radar as well as electronic and communications intelligence capabilities in support of the Army’s Theater Level High-Altitude Expeditionary […] More
U.S. Special Operations Command has selected MAG Aerospace to compete with other companies in phase three of USSOCOM’s search for new aircraft. The company said Monday its MC-208 Guardian multi-role aircraft is among five candidates for the command’s Armed Overwatch program, which seeks new manned aircraft to be used in special operations. Guardian builds on […] More
MAG Aerospace has moved its corporate headquarters from Sterling to Fairfax, Va., and aims to create 120 new jobs through its relocation and expansion efforts at the new site. The Fairfax County Economic Development Authority said Tuesday that Gov. Ralph Northam approved a $500K Commonwealth’s Opportunity Fund grant to help the local government secure the project with MAG. […] More
Logos Technologies and MAG Aerospace have conducted an airborne test on the RedKite wide-area motion imagery sensor in Carthage, North Carolina, to check the sensor’s video streaming functions. The sensor was aboard a Cessna 206 turboprop aircraft during the test and was able to send a live-streaming video to ground personnel’s Android tablets, Logos said Thursday. RedKite is […] More

Ball Aerospace will manage a concept study for the NASA Explorers Program to understand the magnetism of the sun and how it affects space, Earth and other planets. The company said Tuesday the Chromospheric Magnetism Explorer mission concept would use a near ultraviolet spectropolarimeter to make novel observations of the solar magnetic field in the chromosphere to learn how magnetic energy buildup leads to solar flares and coronal mass ejections.

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A space-based instrument Ball Aerospace manufactured for NASA has begun transmitting images meant to support air pollution research in North America. Ball said Thursday the Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution system recently completed its first solar calibration scan mission, capturing major air pollutants like ozone, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide and formaldehyde. The Maxar Technologies-built commercial Intelsat IS-40e […] More
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