The US Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC) and the Marine Corps Recruiting Command...
- US Marine Corps develops mobile data capture tool to modernise recruitment
- BWXT subsidiaries reach $2.1bn deal for naval nuclear reactor components
- Rosyth shipyard job losses could lead to ‘yawning skills gap’, says Unite
- USMC upgrades night vision system for marine rifle squads
- US NAVSEA develops cold spray technique for ship maintenance
US Marine Corps develops mobile data capture tool to modernise recruitment
The US Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC) and the Marine Corps Recruiting Command (MCRC) have partnered to develop a new mobile data capture tool to help modernise the marine corps’ recruitment process.
SimVentions wins Strike Weapons Systems engineering support contract
SimVentions has secured a contract from the US Navy to provide Strike Weapons Systems engineering, software development, and test and evaluation capabilities.
Fairbanks Morse wins US Navy vessel lifecycle maintenance contract
Fairbanks Morse has secured a contract from the US Navy for the provision of higher value lifecycle maintenance.
US Navy awards fibre optic mooring technology contract to OPT
The US Navy has awarded a contract to Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) to develop a fibre optic mooring system to enable the transmission of subsea sensor data to airplanes, ships, and satellites.
BWXT subsidiaries reach $2.1bn deal for naval nuclear reactor components
BWX Technologies’ (BWXT) subsidiaries have entered into a pricing agreement on new contracts, valued at $2.1bn in total, to manufacture naval nuclear reactor components and fuel for the US Navy.
Rosyth shipyard job losses could lead to ‘yawning skills gap’, says Unite
UK trade union Unite the Union has announced that Babcock’s Rosyth shipyard job losses could leave the Royal Navy with a shortage of skilled employees.
ATI awards contract to GA-EMS to develop LiFT battery system for LDUUV
Advanced Technology International (ATI) has awarded a contract to General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) to develop and test a prototype Lithium-ion Fault Tolerant (LiFT) battery system.
Babcock completes upgrade work on Estonian Navy minehunter
Babcock has completed capability upgrades on Estonian Navy minehunter vessel EML Admiral Cowan at its Rosyth facilities in Fife, Scotland.
HII delivers first 3D-printed part for US Navy aircraft carrier
Huntington Ingalls Industries’ (HII) Newport News Shipbuilding division has delivered the first 3D-printed part for the US Navy aircraft carrier, the USS Harry S Truman.
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