Recent Military News
SES GS' Satellite Transmits Live Historic Orion Test Flight + Re-entry
NASA's Orion will send astronauts to deep space destinations during future missions.
Early Orbit Exercises by Lockheed Martin + Raytheon Demo New GPS Capabilities
“Launch Exercise 4 demonstrated the team’s ability to complete nearly 100 percent of the GPS III space vehicle 1 launch and early orbit mission sequence.”—Mark Stewart,Vice President, Navigation Systems, Lockheed Martin.
ND SatCom FIPS Their Lid... Now That SKYWAN 7000 Series FIPS Is Certified
...it can also undoubtedly be applied by other customers with the need for extra high security when transmitting data over satellite.
Four Global Hawks Heading To Republic of Korea
Northrop Grumman will provide four RQ-4B Block 30 Global Hawk air vehicles...
Wideband Tactical Radios From Harris Heading Into Australian Defence Force
“Harris Falcon radios provide the ADF with wideband capabilities..."—Brendan O’Connell, president, International Business, Harris RF Communications,
The 31st Space Symposium Offers Early Bird Rewards + A Stellar Lineup Of Speakers
....will host a separate event focusing on the evolving security challenges posed in cyberspace.
New Lockheed Martin Project Is To Improve Warfighters' Comms With MUOS
“Lockheed Martin’s goal with the TRAF is to help terminal developers and application integrators get MUOS’ capabilities deployed to the warfighter as quickly as possible.”—Glenn Ladue, MUOS TRAF manager.
Space Tech Expo + Conference 2015...Take A Sneak Peek + Catch The Early Bird Special
conference focuses on the challenges and opportunities facing the military, commercial, and government space sectors
The NRO + ULA's Atlas V Launches NROL-35's Eye Spy In The Sky For National Defense
Rain may have caused a delay, but this most powerful Atlas ever launched from California is now out of sight..
Lockheed Martin + U.S. Navy’s MUOS... Crank Up A New Radio Terminal + Gets Communications Into The Good Guy's Hands Faster
...will be able to transmit and receive clear voice calls and data from almost anywhere in the world.
United Launch Alliance + U.S.A.F.'s 4th Space Launch Squadron Ready For NRO Payload Sendoff...
"Our mission assurance technicians and engineers have worked hand-in-hand with United Launch Alliance going over critical procedures..."—Lt. Col. James Bodnar, 4th SLS commander.
Northrop Grumman Will Be Bringing Space Inertial Ref System To SBIRS #5
"This award extends our support of the SBIRS program and reaffirms our status as the provider of choice for complex technical missions."—Bob Mehltretter, vice president, Navigation and Positioning Systems, Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems.
SES GS Demos O3b Technology For MAG Personnel
President and CEO of SES Government Solutions, Tip Osterthaler—“It gives the warfighter fiber-like connectivity on day one of operations."
Lockheed Martin Turns Extreme Hot + Cold on U.S. Navy's Fourth MUOS + Passes Thermal Vacuum Test
“The successful completion of thermal vacuum testing assures that MUOS-4 can endure the extreme hot and cold temperatures it will experience..."
Inmarsat Approves ...Hughes Proud of their Latest Generation...BGAN Terminal
“BGAN HDR is a game-changing service..."
New Advanced Systems and Development Directorate @ Space and Missile Systems Center
Two SMC directorates are merged and charged with charting the future for Air Force Space Command...
MilSatCom Middle East & Africa...Sign Up for Early Bird Discount...Before it's Bye Bye Birdie
The event will boast a tailored program based on current issues across MilSatCom covered by a series of internationaI speakers.
SMC's AEHF Program Wins Notable Award
The team was cited for its revolutionary Block Buy space acquisition strategy...
A RIFL2E Shot From Canada For AISR + SATCOM
"This was the first time in Canada that we achieved such large data rates, so far north." — Jean-Francois Rivest, DRDC’s Director Science and Technology Air
U.S. Army's 35th + 50th Signal Battalions Send Stronger Signals in Effort to Contain Ebola Virus
“Connectivity could be a lifesaver if emergency services need to be called in.”