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May 14, 2013
From Aviation Today
The U.S. Air Force awarded a $555.6 million contract to Northrop Grumman to modernize its fleet of Global Hawk unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). In a statement, the Department of Defense (DoD) said the modernization efforts would include upgrades to the Global Hawk's "configuration management... Read More »
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June 13, 2013
From Avionics Today
The LONGBOW Limited Liability Company, a joint venture of Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman, received a $90.6 million contract to provide Saudi Arabia with LONGBOW Fire Control Radars (FCR) for the AH-64 Apaches. The contract award includes AH-64E... Read More »
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February 1, 2007
From Avionics Today
A joint venture of Northrop Grumman and EADS won a $559 million contract from the German Ministry of Defense for the development and testing the Euro Hawk unmanned signals intelligence (SIGINT) surveillance and reconnaissance system. EuroHawk GmbH, the joint venture company, said the Euro Hawk (R)... Read More »
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June 6, 2013
From Aviation Today
The increase in military and civilian use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in recent years has lead to an increase in the need for components that power these platforms, and Rolls-Royce has had success in the past, and seems ready for the projected multi-billion growth of the unmanned market... Read More »
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April 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
STASYS Acquisition Lockheed Martin Corp. has completed the acquisition of UK-based STASYS Ltd. The firm, which specializes in network communications and defense interoperability, will bring to Lockheed Martin its experience in tactical data link integration, modeling and simulation, and air... Read More »
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June 13, 2013
From Aviation Today
The LONGBOW Limited Liability Company, a joint venture of Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman, received a $90.6 million contract to provide Saudi Arabia with LONGBOW Fire Control Radars (FCR) for the AH-64 Apaches. The contract award includes AH-64E... Read More »
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June 6, 2013
From Avionics Today
The increase in military and civilian use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in recent years has lead to an increase in the need for components that power these platforms, and Rolls-Royce has had success in the past, and seems ready for the projected multi-billion growth of the unmanned market... Read More »
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March 23, 2009
From Aviation Today
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) recently released interim reports into Qantas' two mid-air accidents last year -- QF30, in which an oxygen cylinder blew a hole in the aircraft's fuselage, and QF72, which was forced to divert to Learmonth in WA following two abrupt changes in... Read More »
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July 19, 2013
From Aviation Today
BAE Systems, who led a team that lost a bid to Raytheon for the Navy's Next Generation Jammer (NGJ) Technology Development contract earlier this month, has filed a formal protest with the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to review the contract. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) on July 8... Read More »
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August 1, 2011
From Avionics Today
The payoff of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for military, law enforcement and scientific missions is constrained by the airspace they can share with manned aircraft. As of May 2011, one Broad Area Maritime Surveillance system Demonstrator (BAMS-D) was providing 50 percent of the Intelligence... Read More »
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March 7, 2007
From Avionics Today
Northrop Grumman signed an agreement with the Finnish Air Force to provide its Litening Advanced Targeting (AT) system for its F-18 Mid-life Update 2 program. Financial terms were not disclosed. Northrop Grumman said the system is a self-contained, multi-sensor weapon-aiming system that enables... Read More »
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June 1, 2009
From Avionics Today
Avionics Webinar: Providers Outline EFB Installation Considerations The business case for aircraft operators to deploy electronic flight bags (EFBs) is strong, but there are important trade-offs to consider when deciding between a portable Class 2 or an installed Class 3 device, advised speakers... Read More »
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November 1, 2011
From Avionics Today
The Rocket-Propelled Grenade (RPG) that claimed a U.S. Army Chinook loaded with Navy SEALS last August was a grim reminder that threats to battlefield rotorcraft are more than guided missiles. The Joint and Allied Threat Awareness System (JATAS) is meant to warn helicopter and tilt rotor crews of... Read More »
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November 1, 2011
From Avionics Today
Internet at 30,000 Feet Airborne connectivity systems are quickly becoming ubiquitous across airline fleets, as more operators see the financial, operational and technological benefits of putting these systems on their aircraft, according to panelist on the Avionics Magazine Webcast, Internet at... Read More »
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September 11, 2013
From Aviation Today
The Navy is continuing the development of its Unmanned Combat Air System Demonstration (UCAS-D) program, recently completing another phase of its Autonomous Aerial Refueling (AAR) tests with an optionally piloted Learjet. (Calspan Learjet, shown with inert probe in aerial refueling observation... Read More »
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September 16, 2013
From Aviation Today
Rolls-Royce has joined a BAE Systems-led team to compete for the U.S. Air Force's T-X program, a contract to replace the unit's fleet of T-38 training aircraft, which first entered service in 1961. As the engine supplier, Rolls-Royce will support the integration of its Adour Mk951 engine onto the... Read More »
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May 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
Eggleton Luxell Technologies Inc., Toronto, Ontario, has appointed Art Eggleton to its board of directors. Eggleton has had a 30-year career in Canadian government, serving as Toronto's mayor for 11 years, as well as the national government's minister of Defence, minister of International Trade... Read More »
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December 13, 2010
From Aviation Today
NAV CANADA Supports UK Airports Air traffic control towers at Scotland's three busiest airports are now using technology developed by NAV CANADA to manage critical flight data. Earlier this summer, Glasgow Airport became the third tower in Scotland, following Edinburgh and Aberdeen, to implement... Read More »
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September 1, 2011
From Avionics Today
COMMERCIAL FAA Returns to Work Thousands of FAA employees and contractors returned to work Aug. 8 following a two-week partial agency shutdown after the expiration of the agency s latest funding measure. Congress failed to pass a new funding measure on July 22, furloughing 4,000 employees and... Read More »
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April 1, 2005
From Rotor & Wing
Dutch National Police Cancellation Digs Deeper Hole for MD Is the Dutch national police's cancellation of a contract for seven MD902s the final nail in MD Helicopters' coffin? The Netherlands interior minister on March 1 canceled the National Police Services Agency's contract for the helicopters... Read More »
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