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A near-term solution to the challenge of coping with rocket and artillery threats against Seoul (and other places) is at hand.
Lockheed Martin (LMT) clinched a modification contract, worth $11.6 million, for the F-35B Jets' permit to fly from Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carrier.
Lockheed Martin Corp.'s three-month contract streak — with much of the work happening in Orlando — is leading the defense and tech firm to add more than 900 local jobs. From July to October, Bethesda, Md.-based Lockheed Martin (LMT) won nearly 30 military contracts with work tied to Central Florida totaling $12.3 billion. The contracts involve a wide range of services such as Trident II fleet ballistic missile production in Cape Canaveral, targeting pod development, F-35 fighter jets, Hellfire missiles and simulation programs production.
U.S President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that his administration has informed Congress of a potential sale to upgrade the F-16 aircraft in Greece's Air Force, a deal could be worth $2.4 billion. The ...
The Bahrain Defence Force signed a $3.8 billion deal with Lockheed Martin to buy 16 upgraded F-16 aircraft on Tuesday, the official Bahrain state news agency said. In September, the U.S. State Department ...
As the principal subcontractor to Boeing, Northrop (NOC)) designs and produces the EA-18G entire center fuselages and center barrel replacement assemblies
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Spirit AeroSystems Inc. in Wichita continues to diversify its portfolio, with one of the latest additions coming via its aftermarket services division. Spirit (NYSE: SPR) says in a press release that ...
Boeing Co (NYSE:BA) may be very familiar to investors, but it is under appreciated. What many investors don’t fully appreciate about the company is that the Boeing stock dividend is surprisingly generous, particularly in light of the nature of the business. Companies that are cyclical, industrial and/or capital intensive generally don’t concern themselves on anything but growth, with any dividend payout serving more as a token of appreciation than the primary purpose of ownership.
Spirit AeroSystems Inc. in Wichita has hit another all-time high for its stock price, with a recently released growth outlook helping push the company past the $80 mark for the first time. Spirit (NYSE: ...
Leidos Holdings Inc. CEO Roger Krone has some advice for executives at DXC Technology and Vencore Inc., which hope to merge in a complex deal that will create the sixth-largest government IT and services contractor : Hang on to your talent, because the recruiters are coming. Krone would know. Krone addressed the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Tech Titans breakfast in McLean Friday morning and used the merger and its ongoing integration as a window into the hot market for gov-con M&A.
Defense and aerospace giant Northrop Grumman Corp. has landed another major military contract, adding to its growing list of work. Falls Church, Va.-based Northrop Grumman Corp. (NOC) won a $13.4 million contract from the U.S. Army on Oct. 12, according to the U.S. Department of Defense. Work will be performed in Northrop Grumman's offices in Melbourne, where the company has more than 3,500 workers, as well as in Madison, Ala. The contract has a Feb. 13, 2019, completion date.
Northrop Grumman's (NOC) unit, Systems Corp., has clinched a modification contract worth $13.4 million for the Spider Increment IA.
Marenco Swiss Helicopter is raising 150 million Swiss francs (115.64 million pounds)in fresh capital as it prepares to deliver its carbon-fibre aircraft to customers in 2019, it said on Friday. The company is aiming for the single-engine light helicopter market dominated by Airbus (AIR.PA), Textron's Bell Helicopter (TXT.N), Lockheed-Martin's (LMT.N) Sikorsky and Italy's Leonardo (LDOF.MI). Chief Executive Andreas Loewenstein, an ex-Airbus executive, said he expected the capital hike to be completed by early 2018.
A cyberattacker nicknamed “Alf” gained access to an Australian defense contractor’s computers and began a four-month raid that snared data on sophisticated U.S. weapons systems.
Hackers working for a foreign government could be behind the hacking of nonclassified data on the F-35 and P-8 from a small defense contractor in Australia.
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