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Lockheed Martin Receives 3rd Installment of $3B Multiyear Award from U.S. Government to To Deliver 50 C-130Js; Rod McLean Quoted

The Department of Defense (DoD) has awarded Lockheed Martin its third multi-year award, with a total value of $3 billion, for the delivery of 50 C-130J Super Hercules, the company announced on Monday.

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Navy Dept Pursues Strategy to Grow Civilian Workforce

The Department of the Navy has unveiled a new strategy designed to guide the development of DON's civilian workforce over the next 10 years. DON said Thursday that it needs the dynamic strategy to tackle workforce challenges amid changes caused by technological and geopolitical factors.

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Army Bans Tiktok From Gov’t-Issued Devices

The U.S. Army has stopped using TikTok for recruiting activities after the Department of Defense's declaration of the entertainment mobile app as a cyber threat, Military.com reported Monday. A DoD cyber awareness message orders defense personnel to uninstall the China-based app from their mobile devices due to potential cyber risks.

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Lt. Gen. Eric Smith on Marine Corps’ Unmanned Aerial Platform ‘MUX’

Lt. Gen. Eric Smith, deputy commandant for combat development and integration at the U.S. Marine Corps, said the naval integration between the Navy and the Marines is shaping how program managers decide on procurements, including the acquisition of an unmanned aerial system called the Marine Air-Ground Task Force UAS Expeditionary, USNI News reported Monday.

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