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Cubic Corp. has named two new senior vice presidents for its defense business, including a recently retired U.S. Army three-star general.
The U.S. Navy awarded A&D General Contracting Inc. a $9.7 million task order to build a combat service support facility at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.
BAE Systems, the British defense contractor that runs one of the U.S. Navy ship repair businesses in Barrio Logan, has contributed $300,000 to a project that would bathe the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge with artistic lighting at night.
The board of LRAD Corp. recently chose Richard S. Danforth to be its CEO, and negotiated a compensation package that includes a base salary of $325,000. Bonuses, stock options and benefits round out Danforth’s pay package, which includes an annual bonus in the range of $243,800 to $487,500, depending on how well the company does.
The U.S. Air Force recently awarded General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. an $8.8 million contract covering ground control stations for the unmanned Predator.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. increased its revenue forecast for 2016 by $10 million, to $659 million, when it took the wraps off of its second quarter financial results on Aug. 4.
The board of LRAD Corp. named former DRS Technologies Inc. executive Richard S. Danforth, 56, as the company’s new CEO on Aug. 1.
Cubic Corp. reported net income of $4.5 million, or 17 cents per share, on sales of $375.2 million in its third quarter, which ended June 30. For the same quarter one year ago, Cubic reported $8.8 million in net income (33 cents per share) on $347.8 million in sales.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. said it has conducted the first successful flight of a company-owned Predator A remotely piloted aircraft at its Unmanned Aircraft System Flight Training Academy in Grand Forks, N.D.
Cubic Global Defense, a business unit of Cubic Corp., announced that it has been awarded a five-year, $73 million firm-fixed-price task order to support aviation training for the U.S. Marine Corps. The follow-on contract is the third consecutive award Cubic has received since 2005.
ProSol Associates LLC, a small business based in Alexandria, Va., received a five-year contract to teach communications electronics at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton and other Marine Corps installations. Local work is valued in the millions of dollars.
A Cubic Corp. executive will be at Comic-Con — no joke — to discuss company projects funded by the Defense Department.
The U.S. Air Force awarded General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. a $31.8 million delivery order for ground-control stations.
The U.S. Navy awarded QED Systems Inc. a one-year, $22.1 million contract modification to plan shipyard visits and maintenance periods for Navy surface ships, specifically Ticonderoga-class cruisers and Arleigh Burke-class destroyers.
Might there be a better way to fend off cyberattacks, particularly among overworked defenders during an emergency? SSC Pacific, part of the U.S. Navy’s SPAWAR organization, wants to know — and the Navy office has tapped National University to help it research better ways to address the problem.