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Chad Sehlke Named Finalist for Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce Executive of the Year Award

Sehlke Consulting, LLC announced on Tuesday that Chad Sehlke, the company’s CEO, has been named a Finalist for the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce Executive of the Year Award during the Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards. 

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Michael Baker International Awarded $99M IDIQ Contract to Support U.S. Navy & U.S. Marine Corps; Trudi Lim Quoted

Michael Baker International announced on Wednesday that the company has been awarded a five-year, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract valued at $99 million to provide civil engineering services for projects at various government installations located in the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest (NAVFAC SW). 

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US Marines Log 1M Flight Hours With CH-53E Heavy Lift Helicopter

The U.S. Marine Corps has recorded 1 million flight hours for its CH-53E Super Stallion fleet since the heavy-lift helicopter platform, manufactured by Lockheed Martin's Sikorsky subsidiary, entered service in 1981. Marines have used the aircraft to transport personnel, vehicles and equipment during amphibious assault and long-range insertion missions. Naval Air Systems Command said Wednesday

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Thales Defense & Security Adds Gen. James L. Jones, Dr. Ray Johnson & Alan Kessler to Board of Directors; Mike Sheehan Quoted

Thales Defense & Security, Inc. announced on Tuesday that General James L. Jones, formerly of the U.S. Marine Corps., Dr. Ray Johnson and Alan Kessler have been appointed new members of Thales’ board of directors. 

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USMC Eyes Biosensing Tech to Monitor Marines’ Physiological Status, Readiness

The U.S. Marine Corps has issued a request for information on wearable devices with a biosensor as the service branch looks to customize training programs and increase the operational performance of troops, Marine Corps Times reported Tuesday. USMC wants to determine the potential of biosensing technology-equipped wristbands, chest straps, watches or T-shirts to collect and transmit physiological data as part of human performance augmentation efforts.

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