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DSP Satellite Constellation Support Gained By Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems
Work will be performed at Azusa, California, and is expected to be complete by October 1, 2015.
NSR Webinar Tomorrow... Critical Question...Government + Military Satcom: Can Commercial Satellites Still Compete?
From pockets of instability to geopolitical crises through to the rapid response required in natural disaster management, the requirements for gov/military connectivity continue on a rapid rise upwards.
ULA's New VP Of Washington Operations...She Specializes In International Business, Aerospace + Defense
“Her strong background interacting with key Washington, D.C., customer communities, including Congress and White House staff, will be instrumental in shaping critical policies...
Boeing's GPS IIF-9 Confirms Its On Orbit Health
“Boeing, ULA and the Air Force successfully launched four GPS IIFs last year, the highest operations tempo in over 20 years, and this latest mission marks the first of three launches planned in 2015.” —Dan Hart, V.P., Boeing Government Space Systems.
SES Government Solutions + XipLink Join Forces To Deliver... Moving From SkyPipe™ To XipOS
"...Their optimization appliances are an ideal fit for the SES GS strategy to provide mission critical capacity to our Government customers at a lower cost per bit."
Airbus Defense and Space Takes Elevation To A New Level With WorldDEM
with pole-to-pole coverage coupled with accuracy and quality,  that are the defining characteristics of the WorldDEM. 
Sequestration Remains A Serious Threat... And Space Is No Longer A Sanctuary...
"Space "is a global good and has been a driver for economic growth, environmental monitoring, verification of treaties and an enabler for everyday citizens at home and abroad."—Douglas L. Loverro, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy.
Harris Receives $25M... Flies In Falcon III® For NATO Nation 
Supplying armed forces with manpack and handheld radios for battlefield communications, enables secure communications interoperability
Space Tech Conference 2015 Faces Challenges + Opportunities 
How are missions changing in a budget-restricted environment? Which technologies will meet future space access and exploration requirements?
Launch Successful...ULA's Delta IV On The Way To Deliver U.S.A.F.'s GPS IIF-9 Satellite
Fog didn't dampen the spirits of those involved in a successful launch today of the GPS IIF-9 launch for the United States Air Force.
Moog's Pogo Suppression Valves...Just One Of Many Items In The Successful Launch Of ULA's Delta IV Mission 
The Boeing GPS IIF-9 satellite is equipped with Moog thruster valves, isolation valves and service valves that contribute to the satellite’s Attitude Control System (ACS).
U.S. Air Force Is Elated w/Launch Of GPS IIF-9 From Cape Canaveral Air Force Station 
"I'm elated with today's successful launch. The GPS constellation remains healthy, strong and robust, and, in over 20 years since initial operational capability, GPS has never failed to deliver on its global positioning, navigation, and timing commitments..."
Malibu Division of Communications & Power Industries Reaps The $2.5M Award For Supporting The Reaper®/Predator®
When it comes to the military theater, commanders who receive data and images in near real-time have a real chance of being one step ahead with intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) information and making this possible is...
U.S. Army's PRC-155 Manpacks Connect With General Dynamics DMRs In MUOS Test Lab
"This demonstrates the Navy's work, in collaboration with the Army, to deliver on the promise of the MUOS satellite communications to joint forces worldwide."—Chris Marzilli, President, General Dynamics Mission Systems.
The Greatest Generations Foundation Receives Support From XCom Global
TGGF is the only non-profit organization devoted to helping veterans return to their battlefields and enabling closure of their war experiences while at the same time documenting these visits to educate youth about key war events and their relevance.
U.S. Navy's Third MUOS Satellite Successfully Deploys Harris Mesh Antennas
"This third on-orbit deployment again demonstrates how the unique design and flexibility of our mesh reflectors is meeting the needs of the MUOS satellite program."—Bill Gattle, V.P. + G.M., National Programs, Harris Government Communications Systems.
An "Uh-Oh" For GPS IIF Satellites — Workaround In The Works by Air Force Space Command...
A close examination of archived GPS message data reveals that the message indexing error has gone unnoticed since 2013.
Gilat's New SOTM Antenna Attracts Exelis Orders
"This new antenna brings even greater capability to GNOMAD and the Soldiers using this SOTM system in the battlefield."—Nick Bobay, President, Exelis Night Vision + Communications Solutions.
A Contract With a $450 Potential Presented To Harris Corporation By DISA
"This program is a critical part of our national security infrastructure.” —Wayne Lucernoni, President, Harris IT Services.
Gilat Supplies Exelis With Antennas...As Exelis Receives $7.6M For DoD To Keep 'Em On-The-Move
The system has previously supported deployed U.S. Army units and the Department of Homeland Security during critical domestic emergency response missions.