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Cubic Corp. said on Dec. 16 that it acquired DTECH LABS Inc., a Virginia company specializing in radio technology for military, government and commercial customers, for as much as $114.5 million.
Northrop Grumman Corp. sold four Global Hawk unmanned reconnaissance aircraft to South Korea for $657 million.
The U.S. Army said on Dec. 15 that it awarded a contract modification worth $114.6 million to General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc.
The people who build remotely piloted aircraft in Poway are also busy developing collision avoidance technology.
Raytheon Co.’s Integrated Defense Systems unit in San Diego received a $38.5 million U.S. Navy contract modification, the Navy announced on Dec. 11.
Kearny Mesa defense contractor Cubic Corp. said on Dec. 9 that it received a $12 million contract amendment to provide urban warfare training aids for the government of Canada.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. said on Dec. 8 that one of its subsidiaries received a contract to provide ground electronics to a satellite company in Qatar.
Cubic Corp. said on Dec. 8 that it received a contract to improve U.S. Navy electronics, specifically a data link system that handles video among other types of data. The work could be worth as much as $1.3 million.
President Obama’s Dec. 5 nomination of Ashton Carter to be secretary of defense has attracted commentary from observers inside and outside the Washington beltway. Larry Blumberg, executive director of the San Diego Military Advisory Council, said the nomination might be a good sign.
Northrop Grumman Corp. announced that it delivered the first operational large version of its MQ-8 Fire Scout, an unmanned helicopter, to its U.S. Navy customer.
The U.S. Navy has teamed up with Arizona State University to create a new technology transfer organization in San Diego.
The U.S. Transportation Command announced on Dec. 1 that it exercised a six-month option of an existing contract with Miramar Transportation Inc.
Kearny Mesa-based Cubic Corp. said on Dec. 2 that it received a $1.2 million contract to provide laser-based military training equipment to the Baltic country of Latvia.
A&D GC Inc. of Santee is one of five small businesses that will be able to compete for $240 million worth of task orders from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers over the next five years, the Army recently announced.
Steam’s days are numbered, at least when it comes to shooting an aircraft off a carrier deck.