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U.S. Department of Navy 'Re-Ups' with Harris' Radios for Five Year $765 Million 
This new five-year, $765 million ceiling, single-award IDIQ contract replaces a $300 million IDIQ contract that expired in August ...
 
U.S. Air Force Space Command Wargames Conclude at Schriever AFB in Colorado
The SW17 scenario depicted a notional peer space and cyberspace competitor seeking to achieve strategic goals by exploiting those domains...
 
Lack of Funding Warning for SBIRS from U.S. House Armed Services Committee Thornberry
The problem is the Space-Based Infrared Warning System (SBIRS), a constellation of satellites run by the U.S. Air Force, is a pillar of the Nation’s...
 
Silent Falcon's New Chief Operating Officer Comes with a Plethora of Military and Executive Experience
credentials from Harvard and Yale and military experience in three branches below water as a Navy diver and in the sky as an Army parachutist as well as ... 
 
SpaceX Awarded > $40 Million Contract Mod for Their Raptor Propulsion System by the U.S.A.F.
Work will be performed at NASA Stennis Space Center, Mississippi; Hawthorne, California; McGregor, Texas; and Los Angeles Air Force Base, California. The work is...
 
Global MilSatCom Hosts HPA as They Collaborate on Hosted Payload Workshop
a broad range of officials continue to see the urgency in addressing the many evolving issues regarding hosted payloads.
 
iDirect Government (iDirectGov) Celebrates 10 Years of Service to Customers
In 2007, iDirect Government (iDirectGov) was established as a wholly owned subsidiary of VT iDirect, which set the groundwork for the...
 
Iran's Satellite Project to Monitor Agriculture with U.S. Financial Assistance
The project, with the allocation of 489,000 U.S. dollars, is aimed at assisting the country in the monitoring and analysis of agricultural production ...
 
DARPA Improves Their Image by Organizing Imagery with Geospatial Cloud Analytics for DoD
Just trying to organize family and event photos can be overwhelming, but what happens when a major government agency experiences ... 
 
SIA's Keynote Speaker's Strong Opinions Will Keep Things Interesting at Commercial SATCOM Workshop
His presentation should be interesting considering his tenure on the the Strategic Forces Subcommittee, part of the House Armed Services ... 
 
Can Tiny Satellites Help the Coast Guard with Big Jobs?
two cube satellites will be launched into low Earth orbit from a SpaceX rocket to test if the satellites can detect emergency distress beacons in the Arctic.
 
SATCOM Solutions for New Zealand Defence Force to be Furnished by Cubic Corporation / GATR Technologies
Cubic will supply 2.4 meter inflatable satellite antennas with supporting hardware, spares and New Equipment Training (NET) for the NZDF...
 
It’s a Go for NROL as ULA Launches NROL-52 on Secret Mission, Again
There were challenges to see this launch through, with the weather challenges as well as the equipment issues that prevented the launch ...
 
ULA Classified Satellite Launch Receives Propulsion Support from Aerojet Rocketdyne
Aerojet Rocketdyne’s role in the launch began during liftoff when two SRBs ignited to provide 750,000 pounds of total increased thrust to launch the...
 
The First of the GPS III Satellites from Lockheed Martin Are Accepted by U.S.A.F.
The U.S. Air Force's "AFL" declaration is the final acceptance of Lockheed Martin's first GPS III Space Vehicle (GPS III SV01) prior to its expected...
 
Air Force Space Command's 11th Schriever Wargame Underway
The Schriever Wargame, set in the year 2027, will explore critical space issues and investigate the integration activities of multiple agencies...
 
Helicopter SATCOM Network System Delivery Provided by IAI/ELTA for a Key Customer
The contract includes several dozens of airborne terminals and ground segments for medium and heavy lift helicopters. This is a follow on contract...
 
Saturday Scrubbed ULA's NROL-52's Launch Due to Weather
Launch is rescheduled for Sunday
 
L3 Technnologies to Deliver Hawkeye™ SATCOM Terminals to U.S. Air National Guard
These terminals will facilitate direct communication from remote locations in all 50 states and U.S. territories.
 
U.S. Air Force's First Lockheed Martin GPS III Satellite Ready to Go, Just Name the Date
GPS III SV01 now awaits a call up to begin pre-launch preparations.