In this issue: Building the military base of the future, the impact of...
- Northrop Grumman starts flight testing of MQ-8C Fire Scout radar
- RAN’s upgraded Anzac frigate HMAS Arunta fires first ESSM missile
- Royal Navy aviators work with British Army’s Apaches
- Huntington to acquire underwater technology company Hydroid
- Northrop to integrate aperture sonar µSAS onto L3Harris’ UUV
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In this issue: Building the military base of the future, the impact of Covid-19 on financial results, a year without events, advances in unmanned minehunting vessels, and more.
Northrop Grumman starts flight testing of MQ-8C Fire Scout radar
The US Navy and Northrop Grumman are flight testing the MQ-8C Fire Scout fitted with the AN/ZPY-8 radar developed by Leonardo.
VT Group wins contract to support US presidential helicopter fleet
VT Group is set to provide support services for the US presidential helicopter fleet under a five-year, single-award contract.
Boeing wins contract modification for additional MQ-25 aircraft
Boeing has secured a contract modification for three additional MQ-25 unmanned aerial refuelling aircraft from the US Navy.
HMS Queen Elizabeth to provide military aid to civilian authorities
Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth and the ship’s company are preparing to provide military aid to the civilian authorities in the wake of coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
RAN’s upgraded Anzac frigate HMAS Arunta fires first ESSM missile
The Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN) Anzac-class frigate HMAS Arunta has test fired its first Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM).
MSubs to build extra-large autonomous test submarine for Royal Navy
The UK Defence and Securities Accelerator (DASA) has awarded a contract to develop an extra-large autonomous test submarine for the British Royal Navy.
US Navy awards Jacobs potential intelligent asset management contract
The US Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Atlantic has awarded Jacobs a potential eight-year, $418.9m contract for intelligent asset management.
Royal Navy aviators work with British Army’s Apaches
The British Royal Navy and the Royal Marines are working with the British Army’s Apache attack helicopters in the preliminary training preparations for Exercise Cold Response 2020.
BAE Systems wins combat vehicles supply contract from USMC
BAE Systems has secured a contract worth $113.5m to supply an additional 26 amphibious combat vehicles (ACV) to the US Marine Corps (USMC).
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