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Battle Tested: Fight and Flight?

Over the past year, while major weapons systems have been canceled left and right as defense budgets have shrunk, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles have remained a bright spot in the market. In fact, some industry analysts predict the global market for UAVs will top $11.5 billion annually by 2020. However, while …

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Raytheon to Close Suffolk Unit; Connected to JFCOM Elimination?

Raytheon will close a small modeling and simulation unit in Suffolk, Va., by the end of the year, the company announced last week. HamptonRoads.com said Raytheon’s decision to shutter the four-person center came “in the wake of the Defense Department’s decision to close the U.S. Joint Forces Command.” However, a …

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Keynote Speakers Lineup Announced for HSNI 2010 Conference

Homeland Security for Networked Industries has recently announced their keynote speakers lineup for the 2010 conference in Washington, D.C. that will take place September 20-21. The conference, which focuses on the topic of securing our nation’s critical infrastructure industry networks, is being held to initiate dialogue between industries and government …

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Acquisition of Narus is a Step Forward, Says Boeing’s Roger Krone

Boeing announced yesterday it will add to its Network & Space Systems business with the recent acquisition of Narus, a software provider, to help guard against large Internet protocol attacks. According to a Boeing press release, the acquisition of the Sunnyvale, Calif., company follows a successful relationship between the two …

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