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Cubic Corp. received a contract worth more than $11 million to provide air combat training support to an undisclosed customer in the Middle East.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. said it received $7.8 million worth of U.S. Navy electronics work.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. said one of its divisions recently received $2.8 million in security system deployment awards for unnamed educational facilities in the United States.
Cubic Corp. (NYSE: CUB) said on April 23 that its Transportation Systems business received a $7.5 million add-on contract with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The U.S. Navy has tapped Rear Adm. David H. Lewis to be the next commander of Spawar.
The U.S. Navy recently offered contractors details on what it would like to see in its first production aircraft carrier-based drone.
Lockheed Martin Corp.’s latest contract on the F-35 Lightning II aircraft will bring work to San Diego.
Defense contractors and U.S. Navy leaders will gather April 22-24 at the Hall of Champions in Balboa Park to talk shop, and talk about technology.
The U.S. Navy needs a solid place to land its aircraft, and it has chosen two local contractors to make that possible.
Three local companies may have Army construction work in their futures.
Marathon Construction Co., a small business based in Lakeside, took a step toward receiving U.S. Navy construction contracts for work in the Pacific Northwest.
Cubic Corp. said on April 11 that it received a contract worth more than $5 million to supply an aircraft training system to the Moroccan air force.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. of Poway received a four-year, $141.4 million U.S. Air Force delivery order for work on the Block 50 ground control station for unmanned aircraft.
Five San Diego County construction companies stand to collectively gain up to $99 million in contracts over five years, following a decision by the U.S. Navy’s facilities command.
The U.S. Navy said that it awarded a $43.8 million contract to Northrop Grumman Corp. for several unmanned helicopters and one ground control station.