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BAE Systems to Develop Seeker for Multiple Kill Vehicle Program

Nashua, New Hampshire, -- BAE Systems will develop and test a key component of the U.S. Missile Defense Agency's Multiple Kill Vehicle payload system.


25.07.2007 Visits - 9047 Posts - 0
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Fuel Cell Products Development Partnership

UltraCell is pleased to announce that it has entered into a partnership agreement with ABSL Power Solutions.


21.06.2007 Visits - 8702 Posts - 0
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Raytheon Delivers Active Protection System Radar on Time, on Budget

Raytheon Company's Network Centric Systems has delivered the first two Multi-Function Radio Frequency System (MFRFS) radars for integration into the Quick Kill Active Protection System that Raytheon is developing for the U.S. Army.


29.05.2007 Visits - 13906 Posts - 1
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BAE Systems Unveils Mine-Protected Wheeled Vehicles

BAE Systems will show its RG33 series mine-protected wheeled vehicles in the 4x4 infantry carrier and 6x6 ambulance configurations to military leadership at a major U.S. industry event showcasing technologies and capabilities for the U.S. Army.


07.03.2007 Visits - 9048 Posts - 0
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BAE Systems Unveils Future Mortar Firing Platform

BAE Systems, the Future Combat Systems Lead Systems Integrator (LSI) team of Boeing and partner Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), and the U.S. Army unveiled the first Future Combat Systems (FCS) Non-Line-of-Sight (NLOS) Mortar Firing Platform.


05.03.2007 Visits - 10120 Posts - 0
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Textron Marine & Land Contracted to Build Test Vehicles for Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Program

Textron Marine & Land, an operating unit of Textron Systems, a Textron Inc. company, has been awarded a $2.8 million contract with the U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command to build four Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles.


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Solidica Awarded $1.6M to Advance Smart Armor Technology for United States Marine Corps Ground Vehicles

Solidica, Inc. announced the award of a $1.6 million, twelve month contract with the United States Marine Corps to advance Solidica's proprietary Gradient-Modulus Energy Absorbing Material (GMEAM) technology.


27.01.2007 Visits - 5172 Posts - 0
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Tadiran Communications Received $20.5M Order from Israeli Ministry of Defense

Tadiran Communications received an order in the amount of $20.5 million from Israel's Ministry of Defense. This order is an add-on to an order valued at $19.6 million for the supply of next generation radio communications systems for use by the various branches of the Israel Defense Forces, which the company received on December 2005.


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Star-P uses Supercomputers in Support of Futuristic Military Vehicles

Interactive Supercomputing Inc.'s (ISC) Star-P software will help the U.S. Army and vehicle designers to evaluate the performance and reliability of next-generation military vehicles using supercomputers to dramatically accelerate simulation of the vehicles' operations.


21.12.2006 Visits - 6689 Posts - 0
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Saft Awarded Contract for Next Generation Hybrid-Electric Military Vehicles

The US Army Tank-Automotive Research Development Engineering Command (TARDEC) has selected Saft, a world specialist in the design and manufacture of high-tech batteries, to enhance the efficiency of military vehicle operations. The $1.2 million contract will focus on the design and demonstration of Saft’s high-power lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries, to address the requirements for next-generation hybrid electric military-vehicles.


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Barco to provide rugged display workstations for BAE Systems' NLOS-Cannon early prototypes

Visualization specialist Barco has been selected by BAE Systems Land & Armaments LP, Armament Systems Division, for the Non-Line-of-Sight Cannon (NLOS-Cannon) early prototypes. Through its dedicated subsidiary for mission-critical applications Barco Federal Systems, the company will provide rugged display workstations. The NLOS-Cannon early prototypes are 155mm, self-propelled cannon systems developed for the US Army's Future Combat Systems program. Each system will be equipped with 4 display workstations configured in a 2 man crew station.


09.11.2006 Visits - 9877 Posts - 0
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DRS Technologies Receives $76M to Produce New Thermal Weapon Sights

DRS Technologies, Inc. announced that it has received approximately $76 million in new orders to produce next-generation Thermal Weapon Sights II (TWS II) for U.S. Army ground force applications.


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BAE Systems First Round from NLOS Cannon Firing Platform

BAE Systems successfully fired the first round from the Future Combat Systems (FCS) Non-Line-of-Sight (NLOS) Cannon Firing Platform.


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MoD launches new Technology Strategy

Defence Procurement Minister Lord Drayson today launched the Defence Technology Strategy (DTS), and unveiled the Ministry of Defence's plans for encouraging innovation to support the UK's front line forces.


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MTI MICRO Demonstrates MOBION® Uunits For Key Customer

MTI MicroFuel Cells Inc. (MTI Micro), the developer of the award-winning Mobion® micro fuel cell technology and a subsidiary of Mechanical Technology Incorporated, announced today it achieved its third quarter milestone of demonstrating a product-intent military portable power system with its Mobion®-30M product platform.


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