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October 05, 2015
Lockheed's Space Fence Program Completes Critical Design Review
Moorestown NJ (SPX) Oct 01, 2015
Lockheed Martin's (LMT) Space Fence System, including the large-scale digital radar and turn-key facility were deemed technically mature and provided evidence that all requirements will be met through the program's Critical Design Review (CDR) conducted by the U.S. Air Force. Government representatives met with Lockheed Martin engineers in Moorestown to review the Space Fence S-band radar system design, which will detect, track, and catalog orbital objects in space more than 1.5 million times a da ... read more
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Pentagon delays JSTARS acquisition
Pentagon officials have prevented the recapitalization program for the Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System, further delaying the acquisition process. ... more

India inks deal for Apache, Chinook helicopters
India's Ministry of Defense has finalized a commercial direct sales order with Boeing for production, training and support of Apache and Chinook helicopters. ... more

U.S. Army awards Honeywell $41 million for APN-209 radar
The U.S. Army has awarded Honeywell $41 million to continue supplying combat-proven radar altimeters for its helicopters, Honeywell announced on Wednesday. ... more
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India commissions guided missile destroyer
The Indian Navy's newest Kolkota-class guided missile destroyer, the INS Kochi, was commissioned into service on Wednesday at a shipyard in Mumbai. ... more


Saab to support Australia's C-RAM components
Saab is providing support services for the Australian Defense Force's Counter-Rocket, Artillery and Mortar System capability under a new $18.5 million contract. ... more
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Latvia orders Sentinel 3-D radars
Latvia has ordered mobile three-dimensional phased-array radar systems from ThalesRaytheonSystems for detecting, identifying and tracking airborne threats. ... more

Lockheed Martin moves forward with Space Fence program
U.S. government officials approved Lockheed Martin's design for their Space Fence system, which includes a large-scale digital radar and a turn-key facility, the company announced today. ... more
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Drone market to hit $10 billion by 2024: experts

Britain will double drone fleet: Cameron

South Korea plans deployment of long-range missile

Belarusians protest against Russian airbase

Obama pledges probe into fatal airstrike on Afghan hospital

France to increase defense spending in 2016

Iran nuclear review panel says deal flawed


Raytheon completes rollout for national weather service
Raytheon has distributed its next-generation weather system across the United States, aiming to help the U.S. National Weather Service in making more accurate predictions. ... more

Sperry Marine, Terma team for naval business
Northrop Grumman's Sperry Marine is teaming with Terma of Denmark for naval business, Northrop Grumman announced. ... more

U.S. Army taps Northrop Grumman for long-range radar
Northrop Grumman Corporation has been selected by the U.S. Army to develop a new long-range radar for surveillance and reconnaissance missions, the company announced on Thursday. ... more
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Acoustic imaging with outline detection
Reverberated sound can make objects visible. The sonar is used in the shipping industry to acquire information about the seabed or shoals of fish, while gynaecologists use ultrasound images to study ... more

Royal Navy's upgraded Merlin Mk 2 helos gain full operating capability status
Merlin Mk 2 helicopters of Britain's Royal Navy have achieved full operating capability status following their upgrade by Lockheed Martin and AgustaWestland. ... more
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To Watch and to Strike: Russia Developing Multi Role Heavy Drone
Russia is developing a heavy drone that could be used both as reconnaissance and combat aircraft, one of its designers said in an interview Wednesday. The two ton Avius-1 UAV will bristle with ... more

Malaysia to acquire air defense system from Thales UK
Thales is to supply Malaysia's military with its integrated air defense system, ForceSHIELD, through a contract from Global Komited, a Weststar Group company. ... more

NASA Completes High Ice Water Content Radar Flight Campaign in Florida
Future aircraft may be equipped with radar capable of warning of a certain type of potentially hazardous icing conditions at high altitude thanks to research just completed by NASA's aeronautical in ... more

To Watch and to Strike: Russia Developing Multi role Heavy Drone
Russia is developing a heavy drone that could be used both as reconnaissance and combat aircraft, one of its designers said in an interview Wednesday. The two ton Avius-1 UAV will bristle with ... more

US Navy to Launch Folding-Fin Ground Attack Rocket on Scientific Mission
US Naval Research Laboratory, in cooperation with the University of Washington and NASA, are set to launch folding-fin ground attack rocket from the Norwegian launch facility above the Arctic Circle ... more
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SMAP ends radar operations
Mission managers for NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) observatory have determined that its radar, one of the satellite's two science instruments, can no longer return data. However, the mi ... more

US Needs to Upgrade Old Radars to Detect Russian Missiles - Carter
The United States needs to enhance its half-century old radar system in the North Pole to effectively intercept Russian ballistic missiles, US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said during a panel dis ... more
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