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Military & Aerospace Electronics Wrap Up | February 12, 2016

Week in review
Navy project for carrier-based unmanned jet for combat missions is loser in 2017 DOD budget
One of the biggest losers in the 2017 DOD budget proposal is the U.S. Navy's longtime project to develop a carrier-based unmanned jet capable of ground attack, air-to-air-warfare, and armed reconnaissance missions.
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Army ready to begin construction of Aegis Ashore ballistic missile defense site in Poland
U.S. Army missile-defense experts are taking another step toward installing ballistic missile defense capability in Poland with announcement Wednesday of a $182.8 million contract to Amec Foster Wheeler in Alpharetta, Ga.
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Navy seeks to double funding for Advanced Above Water Sensors shipboard radar research
U.S. Navy researchers plan to double spending next year for shipboard radar and digital signal processing (DSP) technologies that will defend surface warships and land sites from cruise missiles, ballistic missiles, attack aircraft, submarines, and related maritime threats.
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Ball Aerospace boosts expertise in cyber security with acquisition of Wavefront Technologies
Executives of Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. in Broomfield, Colo., are boosting their company's expertise in cyber security with their acquisition of Wavefront Technologies Inc. in Annapolis Junction, Md.
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Pentagon seeks military budget reductions in President Obama's last year in office
Leaders of the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) are doing their best to put a good face on what amounts to be a shrinking U.S. military budget from this year to next.
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Lockheed Martin to provide shore site work for Navy AN/SQQ-89 shipboard ASW system
Undersea warfare experts at the Lockheed Martin Corp. Mission Systems and Training (MS2) segment in Manassas, Va., will provide the U.S. Navy with 2016's allotment of shore sites for the AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 anti-submarine warfare (ASW) systems for surface ships under terms of a $8.8 million contract modification announced Monday.
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