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Navy Seeks Info on Sensor, Targeting System for Special Ops Aircraft

The U.S. Navy is soliciting industry input for its plan to install an electro-optical sensor and targeting system in the service’s special operations aircraft, Defense Systems reported Tuesday. A Naval Surface Warfare Center notice says the service wants information on a gimbaled system that is compatible with the Lockheed Martin-built C-130J in …

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Deltek’s Jennifer Sakole: Federal IT Spending on the Rise

Jennifer Sakole, principal analyst for federal information services at Deltek, has noted a $1.6 billion increase in federal information technology spending in fiscal year 2014, up 2.4 percent from the previous year. Sakole wrote in a Federal Times article published Monday that majority of the increase comes from the IT expenditures of …

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DARPA, Navy, Air Force Put Anti-Ship Missile Through Flight Test

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has partnered with the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy to demonstrate a Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile system that has been integrated into a bomber aircraft. DARPA said Monday the Lockheed Martin-designed missile navigated its way to a set of predesignated waypoints and worked to …

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Army Researchers Develop Sensor Tech for Hostile Fires Detection

The Army Research Lab and the branch’s Aviation Research, Development and Engineering Center have developed an integrated sensor platform for military users to detect hostile threats near their bases. Serenity is equipped with the FireFly acoustic sensor technology, electro-optical cameras and other government-designed hardware, algorithms and software, the Army said …

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Third Navy MUOS Satellite Set for Jan. 20 Launch

A satellite that Lockheed Martin built for U.S. Navy mobile communications is scheduled to launch on Jan. 20 from Cape Canaveral in Florida, USNI News reported Wednesday. Sam LaGrone writes the branch’s third Mobile User Objective System satellite will fly aboard an Atlas V rocket and be placed in geostationary …

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