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BAE, Boeing, IBM to Help Air Force Develop Cooling Technology

BAE Systems, Boeing (NYSE: BA) and IBM (NYSE: IBM) are working with the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory to integrate electronic cooling systems into embedded computing devices and radio frequency power amplifiers, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Friday. John Keller writes the AFRL gave 30-month contracts to BAE and Boeing, …

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BAE Wins $688M to Build Army Howitzers; Mark Signorelli Comments

BAE Systems has won a potential $688 million contract to start production work on self-propelled howitzers for the U.S. Army. Low rate initial production for the base period is valued at $195 million and covers 19 Palidin howitzers with 18 carrier ammunition tracked vehicles, BAE said Thursday. The Army holds options to purchase …

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BAE Wins $94M for Air Force Radar Warning Receiver Pricing Periods

BAE Systems has won a $94, 312, 136 contract modification from the Defense Logistics Agency that adds two more pricing periods for radar warning receiver ship sets and line replaceable units used by the U.S. Air Force. The sole-source, firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract also supports foreign military sales arrangements with up …

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Joanna Cangianelli, Manish Parikh Join BAE Intell Leadership Team; DeEtte Gray Comments

Joanna Cangianelli and Manish Parikh, both formerly of Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), have joined BAE Systems in business development and strategy positions within the intelligence and security sector. Cangianelli was appointed vice president for business development and Parikh was named VP for strategy and emerging markets, BAE said Tuesday. DeEtte Gray, president of …

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BAE Wins $149M for Army Recovery Vehicles

BAE Systems has won a $149, 882, 446 contract to provide 49 recovery vehicles to the U.S. Army and three sets of spare parts. The firm-fixed price, multi-year contract contains no options and the Army is allocating fiscal year 2013 other funding for this award, the Defense Department said Wednesday. M88A2 …

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Linda Hudson to Retire From BAE

Linda Hudson plans to retire as president and CEO of BAE Systems Inc., the British contractor’s U.S. subsidiary no later than March 31, 2014. She will also step down from her positions as executive director of the BAE Systems plc board and as a member of the company’s executive committee …

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BAE Selected for Poland’s C-130 Support Work; Floyd McConnell Comments

BAE Systems and a Poland-based aviation company have partnered to provide training, modifications and technical support for the Polish Air Force’s C-130 aircraft. The contract with Wojskowe Zakłady Lotnicze Nr 2 S.A. contains five base years and two renewal years, BAE said Monday. “This agreement advances our strategy to partner …

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BAE Wins $535M to Maintain Weapons Launch Facility; Erin Moseley Comments

BAE Systems has been selected to help the U.S. Air Force maintain a weapons launch facility under a $535 million eight-and-a-half-year military contract, Reuters reported Wednesday. Patrick Rucker writes the London-based defense and aerospace firm will provide sustainment services for silo bases that protect and store intercontinental ballistic missiles and …

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Kristie Cunningham Named BAE Communications SVP; Linda Hudson Comments

Kristie Cunningham, most recently head of employee engagement for British contractor BAE Systems and its U.S. subsidiary BAE Systems Inc., has been promoted to senior vice president of communications. She will lead the subsidiary’s external and internal communications activities and be responsible for delivering messages to employees, customers and other …

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BAE Wins Potential $400M Navy Missile Canister Contract; Chris Hughes Comments

BAE Systems has won a potential $400 million contract to manufacture canisters for the U.S. Navy to store, transport and launch missiles. The Navy initially awarded $40 million to BAE and the contract will reach its full value if all options are exercised, BAE said Tuesday. Chris Hughes, BAE vice president …

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