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  • 13 April 2009

    UK Navy Awards £155m Engineering Contract

    Submarine engineering company Babcock International has been awarded a £155m contract to provide in-service engineering support to the UK Royal Navy's submarine flotilla for ten years. Babcock will provide the...

  • 5 April 2009

    DARPA Sets Sights on New Biofuel

    The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has implemented a programme to explore new forms of biofuel in an attempt to reduce the military's huge reliance on imported oil. DARPA...

  • 5 April 2009

    Thales Looks to ESSOR to Help Next-Gen Radio Systems

    Thales is strengthening its leadership in new-generation communications systems by participating in the European secure software defined radio (ESSOR) project. The project aimed at establishing European standards for secure software-defined...

  • 2 April 2009

    Caspian Launches Innovative Military Simulation Engine

    Caspian Learning has launched Thinking Worlds, a 3D engine that will allow military personnel and contractors to develop their own finely-tuned training and education simulations. The simulation tool can be...

  • 31 March 2009

    GD to Continue Communications Support for US Army

    General Dynamics has been awarded a follow-on contract from the US Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to support the systems integration communications infrastructure support programme. General Dynamics will provide engineering...

  • 31 March 2009

    CAE Invests C$714m in Large-Scale Capability Expansion

    CAE has announced today that it will invest C$714m in Project Falcon, a research and development (R&D) programme to expand capabilities in modelling and simulation technologies. CAE provides simulation and...

  • 31 March 2009

    Swiss Cabinet Blocks Arms to Pakistan

    The Swiss Cabinet has rejected a request for the export of replacement parts for anti-aircraft systems to Pakistan due to the instable political situation in the country. The Asian nation...

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