Lockheed Martin has elected Marillyn A. Hewson as a Chairman of the Board, in addition to her responsibilities as President and Chief Executive Officer, effective from Jan
Northrop Grumman has announced the appointment of Walid Abukhaled as chief executive Saudi Arabia, effective Jan. 1, 2014
Exelis today announced a plan to spin-off its military and government services business, currently called Exelis Mission Systems, into an independent public company. This business is currently part of the company's Information and Technical Services segment
EADS today presented a restructuring plan for its future Airbus Defence and Space Division to the European Works Council. This presentation follows a decision by the EADS Board of Directors in July this year to consolidate the defence and space businesses of the Group into one new Division and to rebrand EADS into “Airbus Group”
The Défense Conseil Internationals (DCI) board of directors have announced the appointment of Jean-Michel Palagos as Chief Executive Officer. He is succeeding admiral François Dupont, who has reached the statutory age limit and who has been thanked by the board of directors for his actions at the head of the company
EADS is set to announce a draconian restructuring plan on Monday that may include thousands of job cuts and strain relations with shareholders Germany and France. In the line of fire is the company's defence and space operations, both suffering a drop in orders that the company says requires urgent attention
Russias defense ministry plans to create its own news agency next year, a ministry official was quoted as saying by RIA Novosti. The agency will focus mainly on military news but will also address social and political issues, plus high-profile events in Russia and around the world
Poland is considering taking a stake in the European aerospace giant EADS, Polish defense ministry spokesman was quoted as saying by AFP. "We're examining the possibilities, the pros and cons, that a stake in EADS could offer the Polish arms industry," Sonta said
CAE has teamed up with the Government of Brunei to establish a comprehensive Emergency Management and Crisis Management Centre of Excellence to support Brunei and ASEAN disaster preparedness at BRIDEX 2013. The CAE Brunei Multi-Purpose Training Centre'S (MPTC) Emergency Management and Crisis Management Centre of Excellence will support the Brunei Ministry of Home Affairs and Brunei National Disaster Management Centre (NDMC) in training and preparing for various forms of local and regional emergencies and disasters
Eurocopter has won a patent infringement rights against Bell Helicopter related to the sleigh-style “Moustache” landing gear design on the Eurocopter EC120 and EC130. The Canadian Federal Court of Appeal unanimously upheld Eurocopters appeal seeking punitive damages worth $25 million from Bell
EADS is expected to make further announcements regarding the name change and restructuring in mid-December, according to a senior executive told Defenseworld.net
Russian defense group Oboronprom is planning to invest $121 million in the Mil Moscow helicopter plant, Rostec said in a statement. The expansion plans are related to the positive market forecasts for the Russian military aviation industry
New Turkish-Ukrainian Combat Drone makes its first flight
Naval Group, UNSW Sydney Demo New Carbon-Fibre Material for Marine Vessels
Northrop, USAF to Tap Solar Power for Operation in Remote Military Bases
Russia's Only Aircraft Carrier Catches Fire During Engine Repairs
Germany To Finalise Order for 38 Eurofighter Jets, 110 E-Scan Radars
Turkish Navy to get First Indigenous Aircraft Carrier in 2020
Bechtel Bags US Navy's $1.4Bn Naval Nuclear Propulsion Components Contract
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