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Lockheed Gets $282M Modification on Army PAC-3 Support Center Services Contract

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) will help in the post-production efforts of the Patriot Advanced Capability-3 missile support center under a $282 million contract modification from the U.S. Army. Work will run through May 19, 2019, and will support local clients and foreign military sales customers Germany, Japan, Kuwait, Netherlands, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, …

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Defense Systems & Solutions Secures $2.6B Army Prototype Integration Support Contract

Defense Systems and Solutions has received a potential $2.56 billion contract to aid a rapid response and integrated hardware facility that supports the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command and the Defense Department. The small business will provide technical support services through May 21, 2027, for the Prototype Integration Facility …

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AECOM Subsidiary Gets $3.1B Air Force Test, Training Range Sustainment Contract

An AECOM (NYSE: ACM) subsidiary will assist the U.S. Air Force in the upkeep of test and training ranges under a potential 15-year, $3.1 billion contract. JT4 will support the Joint Range Technical Services through April 15, 2033, AECOM said Wednesday. The company will continually operate, maintain and sustain test and …

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Army Awards Woman-Owned Small Business $76M Contract for Program Support Services

The U.S. Army has tapped economically disadvantaged woman-owned small business ProjectXYZ to provide programmatic support services under a potential $75.9 million contract. The company will support foreign military sales, security assistance and other international programs of the service branch, the Defense Department said Monday. Work will run through May 31, 2023, with …

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Vencore Gets $96M Contract for Army Data Collection Support Services

Vencore will help the U.S. Army gather sample data under a potential $96 million cost-plus-fixed-fee contract. The Defense Department said Friday the company will provide services for the collection of sample data through July 8, 2023. Work locations and funds will be determined by the service branch with each order it will …

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Torch Technologies to Help Army Update Simulation, Prototyping Tools Under $221M Contract

Torch Technologies has received a potential five-year, $221.3 million contract to provide modernization and sustainment services to the U.S. Army‘s system simulation and development directorate. The Defense Department said Thursday the company will help the directorate update a suite of missile modeling, hardware-in-the-loop and prototyping platforms. Work will run through May …

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Defense Industry Vet David Adams Joins Endeavor Robotics as CFO

David Adams, a 20-year defense industry veteran and a certified public accountant, has joined Endeavor Robotics as chief financial officer at the Chelmsford, Mass.-based unmanned ground vehicle manufacturer. He will report directly to Endeavor CEO Sean Bielat and oversee the company’s financial activities that cover planning and analysis functions, the company said Wednesday. Adams …

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General Atomics Lands $206M Air Force Reaper UAV Retrofit Contract

General Atomics‘ aeronautical systems business has secured a potential six-year, $206 million contract to retrofit the latest variant of the U.S. Air Force‘s MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicles. The Defense Department said Wednesday General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. will update 122 MQ-9 Block 5 UAVs through June 20, 2024. USAF will obligate $40.9 million in …

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Robert Sanders Named VP of Ensco’s US, Canadian Avionics Subsidiaries

Robert Sanders, a more than 20-year aerospace and defense industry veteran, has taken a new role as vice president of Ensco‘s avionics subsidiaries in the U.S. and Canada. Ensco said Tuesday Sanders will lead two businesses that offer avionics engineering products and services to the aerospace sector. He previously worked at Honeywell (NYSE: HON) …

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Brent Harvey Appointed Parsons Chief Risk Officer

Brent Harvey, formerly corporate chief audit executive of Parsons, has been appointed as the company’s chief risk officer. He will oversee portfolio, enterprise and project risk functions that Chief Risk Adviser Tom Roell previously managed, Parsons said Monday. Roell, who concurrently holds the vice chairman post, will retire later this year and …

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