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British Apache targeting and pilotage system support contract won by Lockheed Martin - News

February 10, 2014
ORLANDO, FL. Lockheed Martin engineers will support the Modernized Target Acquisition Designation Sight/Pilot Night Vision Sensor (M-TADS/PNVS) system for the U.K.’s Apache AH Mk-1 aircraft under a sustainment and support contract from AgustaWestland valued at $60 million.

BAE Systems' Combat Engineer Vehicle, Terrier, on display at DSEI 2013 - News

September 12, 2013
LONDON. BAE Systems has announced the Terrier Combat Engineer Vehicle (CEV) is on display at the Defence Security and Equipment International (DSEI) 2013 conference in London, UK this week, Sept 10-13. The Terrier CEV can reach speeds up to 70 kph (40 mph) and includes applications such as counter-mobility (digging of anti-tank ditches and other obstacles), mobility support (obstacle and route clearance), and survivability (digging of trenches).

U.S. Navy MQ-4C Triton UAS completes maiden flight - News

May 24, 2013
PALMDALE, CA. The MQ-4C Triton unmanned aircraft completed its maiden flight from the Northrop Grumman manufacturing facility in Palmdale, CA. The Triton Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) is a high-altitude UAS that will be used for surveillance missions by the U.S. Navy to monitor large ocean expanses and coastal regions.

Trance 3 Typhoon fighter enters electromagnetic testing - News

March 18, 2013
LONDON. Officials at BAE Systems announced the they single seat fighter -- the Tranche 3 Typhoon -- has begun electromagnetic testing. EMC testing will last about eight weeks, then the single-seat no 116 aircraft will undergo avionics testing before moving to engine ground runs.

Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System qualifies for use on Bell Helicopter 407GT platform - News

March 08, 2013
YUMA, AZ. A test of BAE System’s Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) in Yuma, AZ proved the weapon’s safety and sustainability on a Bell Helicopter 407GT, leading to Bell’s qualification of the rocket for use on the platform. Seven APKWS 70 mm rockets were fired from the 407GT as part of the testing.