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L-3 Adds New ISR Tools with ForceX Acquisition; KippsdeSanto’s Karl Schmidt on ISR’s M&A Environment

L-3 Communications (NYSE:LLL) has bought intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance software and geospatial technology company ForceX for an undisclosed amount as part of efforts to grow L-3’s integrated sensor systems business. L-3 said Tuesday it expects the transaction to immediately help increase its earnings and has renamed the Nashville, Tennessee-based business L-3 ForceX. …

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Dell Signs $67B Cash-Stock Deal to Acquire EMC

Dell has agreed to purchase EMC (NYSE: EMC) through an approximately $67 billion cash-and-stock transaction as both companies seek to create a new enterprise-focused information technology business. Michael Dell said Monday the combined company will pursue growth in the hybrid cloud, mobile,  software-based data center, converged infrastructure, security and digital transformation …

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Stan Deal: Boeing Eyes Pilot Training Portfolio Growth With Buy of Peters Software

Boeing (NYSE: BA) has bought Peters Software for an undisclosed sum to expand Boeing’s commercial airline and private pilot training programs in an effort to help meet a demand for skilled pilots globally. Germany-based Peters Software offers ab-initio instructional flight modules and materials in the European market and has integrated …

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Dave Wajsgras: Raytheon Buys Foreground Security to Grow Cyber Services Portfolio

Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) has bought Foreground Security for an undisclosed sum as part of efforts to expand Raytheon’s footprint in the U.S. and international managed cybersecurity services markets. The Herndon, Virginia-based network defense company has been renamed Raytheon Foreground Security and trained about 85 percent of its 165 employees on …

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Versar Finalizes Johnson Controls Security Systems Buy

Versar (NYSE: VSR) has closed its purchase of the federal security systems integration business of Johnson Controls for $20 million in cash and contingent payments. The companies unveiled the deal last month and Versar said Thursday that Johnson Controls Security Systems changed its name to Versar Security Systems following the …

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Gene Colabatistto: CAE Completes Buy of Bombardier Military Flight Training Business

CAE (NYSE: CAE) has concluded its approximately $15 million purchase of the military aviation training business of Bombardier. The deal makes CAE the NATO Flying Training in Canada program’s new prime contractor and supports the company’s efforts to grow its live military pilot training services portfolio, CAE said Wednesday. Gene …

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Kevin Kelly: LGS Eyes ISR Portfolio Growth Through Axios Buy

LGS Innovations has bought signal processing and communications technology company Axios for an undisclosed amount in a move to complement LGS’ portfolio of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance platforms. Dulles, Virginia-based Axios will operate as a subsidiary of LGS and continue to support defense and intelligence agency customers with its mission-based technologies, LGS …

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Hugh Evans: Veritas Capital to Acquire GE’s Embedded Computing Systems Portfolio

General Electric (NYSE: GE) has agreed to sell its embedded technology and systems business to Veritas Capital for an undisclosed amount. Veritas said Tuesday it expects to complete the acquisition in the fourth quarter of 2015 and will rename and make the Huntsville, Alabama-based business an independent company after the …

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WSJ: Boeing Execs Want Company to Keep ULA JV Ownership Stake

According to a Wall Street Journal report published Thursday, executives at Boeing (NYSE: BA) want the company to retain its ownership stake in the United Launch Alliance joint venture co-owned with Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT). Doug Cameron and Andy Pasztor write Lockheed’s executives want to negotiate a sale of ULA to to the parent company of Aerojet Rocketdyne, which has …

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Versar to Buy Johnson Controls’ Federal Security Systems Integration Business; Tony Otten Comments

Versar (NYSE: VSR), a project management company, has agreed to purchase a Johnson Controls subsidiary that works with federal customers to design, install and support physical and network security systems. Versar expects to wrap up the acquisition of Johnson Controls Security Systems by Sept. 30 in a transaction that includes $20 …

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