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Northrop launches Humvee upgrade solution at AUSA 2014

Northrop Grumman has launched its high-mobility multipurpose wheeled-vehicle (HMMWV) modernisation solution at the ongoing Association of the United States Army (AUSA) 2014 conference in Washington, D.C., US. …read more

Army Explores Its Armored Vehicle Options

Nearly a year after the US Army canceled the Ground Combat Vehicle, officials defended the program as on-budget and called the decision to scuttle it a pragmatic move to improve further-along armored vehicle programs...

Bell Touts New Tilt-Rotor High-Speed Helicopter

Bell Helicopter is beginning to manufacture parts for its new V-280 Valor tilt-rotor aircraft, a next-generation helicopter being developed as part of the Army’s Joint Multi-Role Technology Demonstrator, or JMR TD program. The program...

Missing Fort Carson Item Not a Nuclear Weapon

Despite a wild report on a website dedicated to conspiracy theories, local soldiers haven’t lost a low-yield nuclear weapon. As the lockdown of soldiers in a Fort Carson battalion dragged into its… …read more

Lockheed Martin Pursuing DCGS-A Increment 2, Delivers Software

Lockheed Martin [LMT] will pursue Increment 2 of the Army’s version of the Distributed Common Ground System, (DCGS-A), according to a company executive. DCGS-A is the Army’s current system for intelligence information sharing, processing,...

ATK Awarded $65 M in Domestic and International Defense Contracts

ATK (NYSE: ATK), a world-leading producer of ammunition, precision weapons and rocket motors, announced today that it has received $65 million in contracts for medium- and large-caliber ammunition. These awards provide training and tactical...

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