Harris Corp. has received an eight-year, $96 million ceiling, single-award IDIQ contract from the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) to supply precision approach radars (PAR) to the U.S. Navy, Air Force and Army. The contract was awarded during the fourth quarter of Harris' fiscal 2016.
Mercury Systems Inc. announced that it will showcase its innovative solutions at two events next week, the 2016 SOFIC (Special Operations Forces Industry Conference), May 23-26 in Tampa, Fla., and the IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium (IMS) in San Francisco, Calif., May 24-26.
After successful trials on Halcyon Unmanned Surface Vehicle, Thales and ASV have signed an agreement to develop autonomous USV technology and capability for maritime, civil, security and military domains.
KRYTAR Inc., a leader in the design and production of ultra-broadband microwave components and test equipment announces the continued expansion of its growing line of microwave coaxial adapters with a new Within Series model offering application coverage over the frequency range of DC to 67 GHz.
Comtech Telecommunications Corp. announced that its Santa Clara, Calif.-based subsidiary, Comtech Xicom Technology Inc., has received production contract for more than $3.2 million from a U.S. military integrator to supply high-power traveling wave tube amplifiers (TWTAs). This is the first installment of a multi-year program for tactical military transportable satellite terminals.
Harris Corp. has received a $21 million order from a Latin American nation for Falcon III® tactical radios that will be used to establish high data rate networks as part of a military communications modernization program.
United States and allied military forces are set to upgrade key missile defense capabilities under a new $1.5 billion contract for production and delivery of Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) missiles and PAC-3 Missile Segment Enhancement (PAC-3 MSE) missiles.
For all its troubles, Lockheed Martin's F-35 joint stealth fighter remains a very popular warplane -- both here and abroad.
Over the next 60 years, Lockheed Martin aims to sell as many as 5,100 F-35s to customers around the globe. And as we just learned from DoDBuzz, one single Pentagon contract could bring Lockheed 10 percent of the way toward scoring that goal.