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November 1, 2012
From Avionics Today
Photo courtesy Lockheed Martin Lockheed, Air Force Fix C-5M Deficiencies The U.S. Air Force s C-5M program has fixed some of the problems that arose during two major modernization initiatives for the transport aircraft and is working to repair the others, according to the Air Force... Read More »
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November 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
Producing voice switches isn t rocket science, but air traffic controllers can t do without them. Aside from en route equipment, which has more time left before replacement becomes necessary, many switches in the U.S. National Airspace System (NAS) are aging or coming up to the end of their... Read More »
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January 1, 2013
From Avionics Today
LiveTV, Greenwich AeroGroup Bring Iridium s OpenPort to the Skies LiveTV and its partners are moving forward with a system to bring global connectivity services to business aircraft operators, commercial airlines and helicopters. OpenPort Aero is a modified version of Iridium s maritime satcom... Read More »
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July 11, 2013
From Avionics Today
Raytheon has edged out several competitors for the opportunity to develop a new U.S. Navy airborne system to jam enemy radar and communications. But it may be too early for Raytheon to celebrate, as the losing bidders have not ruled out a protest, and long-term funding remains uncertain. (Boeing... Read More »
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September 1, 2013
From Avionics Today
The Aeroflex RF Expansion Module is developed and manufactured by Aeroflex Test Solutions in partnership with the Test & Services activities inside Cassidian. The system is designed to support testing of airborne RF components on the Cassidian ATEC... Read More »
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October 1, 2013
From Avionics Today
Greg Roberts Curtiss-Wright Controls named Greg Roberts vice president of its Avionics & Electronics division. Roberts joins Curtiss-Wright from Northrop Grumman, Defense and Security business, U.K., where he was managing director responsible for the C4ISR... Read More »
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December 21, 2009
From Aviation Today
FSF Extends Voss Contract through 2014 The Flight Safety Foundation has extended the contract of its President and CEO, William R. Voss, for another four years, through the end of 2014. Voss joined the organization in 2006. "We're thrilled to have Bill continue to lead our organization to even... Read More »
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February 17, 2016
From Avionics Today
Northrop Grumman's LRS-B award win s protested by Boeing-Lockheed Martin has been denied by the GAO. Photo: Northrop Grumman [Avionics Today 02-17-2016] The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) has denied a protest filed by Boeing challenging the Air Force s award of a cost... Read More »
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February 29, 2016
From Avionics Today
Artist rendering of the new Northrop Grumman-built LSR-B. Photo: US Air Force [Avionics Today 02-29-2016] Boeing and Lockheed Martin have announced the companies will forgo any further action in protest of the U.S. Air Force s decision to award the Long Range Strike-Bomber (LRS-B)... Read More »
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August 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
Digital VHF technology marches forward at a steady pace. The Build 1 phase of the joint U.S. government/industry Controller Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) program is scheduled to commence next month (September), employing VHF data link Mode 2 (VDL-2). American Airlines aircraft, equipped... Read More »
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August 22, 2016
From Avionics Today
Global Hawk UAS. Photo: Northrop Grumman [Avionics Today 08-22-2016] The U.S. Air Force has awarded Raytheon a subcontract valued up to $104 million to modernize the ground segment for the Air Force s RQ-4 Global Hawk Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS). Raytheon partners with Northrop... Read More »
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June 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
Allan L. Kramer Shadin Avionics, St. Louis Park, Minn., promoted Allan L. Kramer to CEO. He will oversee and manage the company s operations. Most recently, Kramer was Shadin s executive director of operations. Prior to Shadin Avionics, Kramer was general manager for Raytheon Aircraft Services... Read More »
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October 8, 2012
From Aviation Today
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Autonomous High-Altitude Refueling (AHR) program recently completed successful flight demonstrations of technology that allows unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) to automatically refuel in-flight. DARPA conducted the flights in collaboration with... Read More »
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May 1, 2008
From Avionics Today
Joseph B. Smith Alto Aviation, Leominster, Mass., named Joseph B. Smith senior quality manager. Smith has more than 25 years experience in manufacturing, wire harness cable, electromechanical devices and sub assemblies. Alto Aviation manufactures aircraft cabin audio systems. Most recently, Smith... Read More »
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October 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
RVSM Heats Up Honeywell and West Star Aviation have received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification of a system enabling Learjet 35/36 series aircraft to meet the fast-approaching deadline for reduced vertical separation minimum (RVSM) capability. The RVSM package includes Honeywell s... Read More »
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November 22, 2010
From Aviation Today
Photo IDs for Pilots The FAA is proposing that all pilot certificates include photos of the certificate holder. This action follows a requirement that all pilot certificates be made of plastic and contain security features, such as a hologram and an ultraviolet-sensitive layer, to prevent... Read More »
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March 20, 2013
From Aviation Today
Northrop Grumman on Wednesday announced the successful completion of a series of deck handling trials with its strike-fighter sized X-47B unmanned combat air system aboard the USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier. The deck handling trials were completed in preparation for the first live carrier... Read More »
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May 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
With two new procurement programs set to begin and money being parceled out more evenly, the helicopter industry is optimistic about its future with the Army. When the Army scrapped Comanche last February, there was much hand-wringing and gnashing of teeth. Everybody lamented the demise of the... Read More »
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September 1, 2007
From Avionics Today
The automatic test equipment industry has entered what some ATE engineers say is a new golden age. With a plethora of new civil and military aircraft being developed, an imperative to transition legacy software programs to new testers, and an annual growth rate of 6 to 7 percent, ATE has arguably... Read More »
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May 1, 2013
From Rotor & Wing
The U.S. Navy s future Carrier Onboard Delivery (COD) requirement looks like it s breaking down into a straight fight between a modernized version of the current aircraft, Northrop Grumman s C-2A Greyhound, and the new contender in the Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey. At the Navy League s Sea-Air-Space... Read More »
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