Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) has won $596
The United States department of defense awarded multiple companies contracts worth $561 million collectively to support research and development for the procurement of materials and services used to develop, build, fabricate and support the Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (UUV) Family of Systems (FoS). Aerojet Rocketdyne, Alion Science and Technology, AMERICAN Systems, BAE Systems Electronic Systems, The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc
Qatars armed forces showcased China-made short-range ballistic missile system, dubbed ‘SY-400, during its 2017 National Day Parade on Monday. The Diplomat reports citing a statement made by an arms analyst Joseph Dempsey that the Qatari SY-400 units appear to have been modified and are capable of carrying two larger caliber BP-12A canisters instead of eight SY-400 canisters
Science Applications International Corp (SAIC) has teamed up with ST Kinetics and CMI Defence to develop combat vehicle prototypes for the U.S
The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Atlantic awarded $39 million to Science Applications International Corp. to provide engineering services in support of the US Marine Corps Combat Operations Center (COC)
The US Navy has awarded multiple contracts estimated $492 million to four US firms - DRS Laurel Technologies, Leidos, SAIC and Serco Inc., for Automated Digital Network System (ADNS)
Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) has won a $383 million contract from Naval Sea Systems Command NAVSEA to manufacture MK 48 Mod 7 heavyweight torpedo after body/ tail cone sections
Following the US Government Accountability Office (GAO)'s decision to deny the protest of the Amphibious Combat Vehicle Phase 1, Increment 1 (ACV 1.1) programme, ST Kinetics, together with its teammate, Science Applications International Corp
France has tested new weapon loads, including GBU-12 laser guided bombs, on its fighter aircraft attacking Islamic State positions in Syria. French air force Dassault Mirage 2000N, which is being modified to carry four GBU-12 laser guided bombs, has taken off on a strike mission from its advanced air base in Jordan
Philippine will be receiving the first two FA-50 lead-in-fighter trainer jets Friday from Korea Aerospace Industries. The aircraft will land for the first time on Philippine soil at Clark Air Base in the country, Philippine Daily Inquirer reported Tuesday
Japan is expected to submit a proposal to Australia next week to jointly develop and manufacture submarines. The nation is hoping to sell the submarine to Australia, Nikkei Asian Review reported Tuesday
China has commissioned its largest ship for transporting military materials to islands in the South China Sea. The new-generation logistics support vessel has been commissioned in Sansha Hainan province on Monday, PLA Daily, Chinas military's newspaper, reported on its website on Tuesday
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