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Ball Aerospace to Build Atmospheric Monitoring Instrument for US-Taiwan Constellation; Dave Kaufman Comments

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. will build an environmental measuring instrument for a joint U.S.-Taiwan observatory satellite constellation under a $5.8 million contract awarded by the U.S. Air Force. The company is contracted to build five Ion Velocity Meters for the Constellation Observing System for Meteorology, Ionosphere and Climate-2, Ball Aerospace said Wednesday. …

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NASA, Air Force Look to Ball Aerospace and Aerojet in ‘Green’ Satellite Fuel Push; Chris McLean Comments

Ball Aerospace and Aerojet Rocketdyne are working with the U.S. Air Force and NASA in an effort to use an environmentally friendly propellant for launch vehicles and spacecraft, Satellite Today reported Dec. 23. Caleb Henry writes the ‘Green Propellant Infusion Mission” will have its first space test in 2015, “scheduled …

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Dave Kaufman Named Ball Aerospace Natl Defense VP, GM; Rob Strain Comments

Dave Kaufman, a 12-year veteran of Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp., has been appointed vice president and general manager of the company’s national defense unit. He will work to develop acquisition strategies and address space hardware requirements for defense and intelligence customers in his new position, Ball Aerospace said Monday. …

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Ball Aerospace to Research AF Weather Satellite Tech; Tim Harris Comments

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. has won a contract from the U.S. Air Force to develop concepts for measuring soil moisture and ocean surface vector winds by using a microwave instrument. The Defense Department is requiring the ideas for microwave sounding and imaging technology to be used for future weather …

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Vonna Heaton Named Ball Aerospace Info, Intell Solutions VP In Series Of Moves

Vonna Weir Heaton, former special assistant to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency‘s deputy director, has joined Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. as vice president and lead executive of information and intelligence solutions. Heaton joins the company as part of a series of executive appointments within the Washington operations office, Ball Aerospace …

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Ball Aerospace Acquires NGA Prime Mission Analysis Contract Work; Rob Strain Comments

Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp. has acquired responsibility for National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency prime contract for mission analysis and engineering in a transaction with the agency and OGSystems LLC. The company will provide testing, validation and systems engineering to NGA under the Total Application Services Enterprise Requirements contract, Ball Aerospace said …

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Ball Aerospace Promotes COO Rob Strain To CEO, David Taylor Retiring

Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp. has promoted Chief Operating Officer Rob Strain to succeed David Taylor as CEO, effective at the end of March. Taylor will retire from the company at that time after a 29-year career there, Ball Aerospace said Monday. Strain joined the company in March 2012 as …

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Ball Aerospace Names Debra Lepore Washington Operations Lead; David Taylor, Rob Strain Comment

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. has appointed Debra Facktor Lepore vice president and general manager of Washington operations, effective Jan. 15. The company said Lepore reports to David Taylor, president and CEO, and act as the company’s senior executive in the Washington area with responsibility for growing the company’s profile …

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Ball Aerospace Names Jim Oschmann, Cary Ludtke Leads for New Space Units

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. has separated its civil and operational space business unit into a civil space and technology unit and an operational space unit. The company said the realignment took effect Jan. 2, with Jim Oschmann serving as vice president and general manager of the civil space unit …

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Ball Aerospace Wins Contract from National Assessment Group; Dan Gibson Comments

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. (NYSE:BLL) has won a $50 million task order to provide engineering and technical support to the National Assessment Group, according to a company statement. The indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract was awarded to Ball’s systems engineering solutions business unit and is the the fifth consecutive task order …

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