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  • 1 November 2009

    Northrop Wins Missile Defence Radar Contract

    The US Navy has awarded a contract to Northrop Grumman to provide four AN/SPQ-9B radar system sets. AN/SPQ-9B radar provides the capability to detect and track fast sea-skimming anti-ship missile...

  • 1 November 2009

    e2v Secures Navy Electronics Order

    BAE Systems has awarded e2v two contracts worth £70m to supply electron devices and microwave subsystems to US and UK naval forces. Under the first £2.2m order, the electronics systems...

  • 1 November 2009

    US Navy to Upgrade CV-22 Trainer Aircraft

    The US Navy has awarded a contract to Boeing and Bell Helicopter to jointly upgrade the CV-22 cabin part task trainer (CPTT). Under the contract, Boeing and Bell will upgrade...

  • 1 November 2009

    ATK to Develop Next-Gen Air-to-Air Missiles

    The US Navy has awarded a contract to Alliant Techsystems (ATK) for the development of technologies that can be incorporated into next-generation air-to-air missile systems. Under the $10m contract for...

  • 29 October 2009

    Nexter Supplies Naval Gun Mounts to Lebanese Navy

    The Lebanese Navy has awarded a contract to Nexter Systems to provide six type 15A naval gun mounts for the navy's light patrol boats. The ultra-lightweight type 15A naval gun...

  • 29 October 2009

    US Navy Receives Mk104 Motor from Aerojet

    The US Navy has received a mk104 dual-thrust rocket motor (DTRM) from Aerojet for the surface-to-air defence RTN Standard missile 2 (SM-2). The mk104 DTRM provides propulsion for the SM-2...

  • 29 October 2009

    China Sends New Naval Convoy to Gulf

    The Chinese Navy has deployed a fresh batch of warships to the Gulf of Aden to escort merchant vessels and protect them from pirate attacks. The movement comes after Chinese...

  • 29 October 2009

    Royal Navy Deploys HMS Scott to Antarctica

    The UK Royal Navy's ocean survey vessel (OSV) HMS Scott has, for the first time, been deployed to the Antarctic to perform patrol and survey missions. The OSV is fitted...

  • 29 October 2009

    Raytheon Continues SSDN Support for US Navy

    The US Navy has awarded a contract to Raytheon to continue its support for the ship self-defence system (SSDS) on aircraft carriers and other naval vessels. Under the $9.6m contract,...

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