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Pilots to test fix for F-35 helmet ‘green glow’ problem in aircraft carrier landings

Elbit Systems launches mini drone for maritime reconnaissance and surveillance

Tu-160M2 Russian supersonic strategic bomber: 'practically a new plane under the hood'

Why America's military needs a new nuclear-armed cruise missile

Virginia Payload Modules may triple the missile power of U.S. Navy attack submarines

Networking vehicles on the future battlefield

The U.S. Army and Marine Corps are teaming with industry to develop capabilities for future armored combat vehicles for fast networking-on-the-move, cyber security, situational awareness, and deadly weaponry.

Lockheed Martin to design combat management system shipboard electronics for Navy frigate

Shipboard electronics at Lockheed Martin Corp. will develop the combat management system for the U.S. Navy's future frigate surface warships under terms of a five-year $67.9 million contract announced Monday.

Raytheon to build new Navy EASR shipboard radar for aircraft carriers and other large ships

Shipboard electronics at Raytheon Co. will develop a next-generation air-search radar for large U.S. Navy ships like aircraft carriers and big-deck amphibious assault ships under terms of a potential $723.1 million contract announced Friday.

Raytheon to carry out revolutionary new test and measurement for SM-3 missile circuit cards

Missile experts at Raytheon Co. will carry out revolutionary new test and measurement procedures for circuit cards of the U.S. Navy Raytheon Standard Missile 3 (SM-3) under terms of a $18.2 million contract modification announced Wednesday.

General Dynamics Land Systems to provide power electronics boxes for M1 tank vetronics

Vetronics power electronics experts at General Dynamics Land Systems (GDLS) in Sterling Heights, Mich., will provide spare electrical distribution boxes for the U.S. Army M1 Abrams main battle tank under terms of a $14.6 million contract announced Monday.

Boeing prepares to build first four P-8A maritime patrol jets for U.K. Royal Air Force

Large military aircraft experts at the Boeing Co. are preparing to build four P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol jet aircraft for the United Kingdom Royal Air Force (RAF).

Raytheon moving forward on upgrading Marine Corps LAV armored vehicle with anti-tank missile

Vetronics experts at the Raytheon Co. are making progress in upgrading special variants of the U.S. Marine Corps General Dynamics Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) with an advanced anti-tank missile.

Army chooses Connectec to provide contract manufacturing for Army mortar equipment

U.S. Army munitions experts needed contract manufacturing to produce electronic and non-electronic components and support equipment for 60-millimeter, 81-millimeter, and 120-millimeter mortar systems. They found their solution from Connectec Co. Inc. in Irvine, Calif.

RF and microwave waveguide bends for radar, SATCOM and instrumentation introduced by Pasternack

Pasternack Enterprises Inc. in Irvine, Calif., is introducing RF and microwave waveguide bends operating from 5.85 to 90 GHz for radar, satellite communications (SATCOM) , military communications, test and measurement, and instrumentation.

COM Express embedded computing module with hardware security introduced by Kontron

Kontron in Augsburg, Germany, Is introducing the COM Express-cSL6 embedded computing computer-on-module (COM) with hardware security for Internet of Things designs.

Board-style constant-current AC-DC power supplies for battery charging introduced by TDK

TDK-Lambda Americas Inc. in San Diego is introducing board-style EVS constant-current AC-DC power supplies for battery charging in energy storage systems, or for other applications requiring constant current outputs such as water purification or plating.

High-performance embedded computing for radar signal processing introduced by Abaco

Abaco Systems in Huntsville, Ala., is introducing the DSP282A 6U OpenVPX rugged embedded computing multiprocessor with 40 Gigabit Ethernet for signal processing in large radar systems such as synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and ground moving target indicators (GMTI).

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