Recent Military News
USAF's NROL-45 Launches... Rocks 'n' Rolls It's National Reconnaissance Payload Into The Blue
A perfect launch in the early morning hours...
Aerojet Rocketdyne's Most Powerful Booster Engine Launches National Security Payload Into Orbit for US
...the rocket was boosted off the pad by the RS-68A—the world’s most powerful liquid-hydrogen/liquid-oxygen booster engine, which provides 702,000 pounds of liftoff thrust.
Orbital ATK Reflects Major Successes On Their Combined Operations One-Year Merger Anniversary
The merger brought into existence a new $4.5 billion space, defense and aviation systems manufacturer that employs approximately 12,000 people in 18 states across the US.
Kratos Unmanned Systems Division Gains New Contract Mods From US Army
Kratos is to support the Army Ground Aerial Target Control System (AGATCS), Target Vehicle Control Equipment and associated ancillary equipment.
Up + Away... ULA's Atlas V Rocket Whisks USAF's GPS IIF-12 Into The Blue
It's a go! Success with USAF's GPS IIF-12 launch from the Cape.
US Air Force Launches GPS IIF-12 Satellite + The End Of An Era
"Today's launch is a significant achievement in the history of GPS, as we launch the last of the GPS IIF satellites to be delivered on-orbit."
The 45th Space Wing Supports The USAF's Twelfth + Final Launch Of GPS IIF Satellite
"This is a significant milestone for GPS, the 50th GPS satellite to be delivered on-orbit,"
North Korea Tests Their Capabilities — + The World — With Their Satellite Launch
The Kwangmyongsong-4 satellite, an Earth Observation satellite, blasted off at 9:00 local time.
Orbital ATK Is A Player In The Launch Of The USAF's GPS IIF-12
This flight marked the 24th successful flight of the Orbital ATK retro motors.
Latest Lockheed Martin Milestone For GPS III Satellite Is Successfully Completed
With eight satellites under contract, the production line is now on a steady tempo at Lockheed Martin’s GPS III Processing Facility outside of Denver.
Boeing Completers The GPS IIF-12 Milestone...Launches The Last In The Series
Following on-orbit tests, GPS IIF-12 will be formally declared operational in approximately one month...
RFI Monitoring + More For DoD From Kratos' SAT Corporation's MONICS®
Kratos has been tasked with end-to-end protection of the commercially-leased bandwidth for U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) and U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM).
ATK's Collaborative Contributions = Successful Launch Of GPS IIF-12 Satellite
“Orbital ATK is honored to have supported both the U.S. Air Force and ULA throughout the completion of our next generation GPS constellation.”
ISS Has Software Support For US Army + US Air Force Intelligence Analysis + Data Fusion
ISS will continue providing software support and maintenance activities for Army, Air Force, Department of Defense, intelligence community and other federal agencies around the world.
USAF's Poignant Final GPS IIF-Series Satellite Launch... End Of An Era
Although this will be the finale for GPS IIF launches, the need for GPS IIF capabilities remains strong to update the constellation and maintain the high level of accuracy required by the GPS systems.
Harris CapRock Takes Five... 5 x Winner Of WTA's 'The Independent Top Twenty' + One More Award
“Our position on the WTA’s Top Teleport Operator Rankings reflects our commitment to our customers that no matter how remote or variable their environments may be, their communications will be second to none.”
Harris Digs Digital... Offers All Digital Navigation Payload For US Air Force's GPS III SV 11 + Beyond
The features provide greater flexibility, affordability and accuracy versus existing satellites and include ...
GPS IIF-12 Travel Schedule Booked By United Launch Alliance
The GPS IIF-12 spacecraft mate to the Atlas V launch vehicle is on track to support a February 5 launch.
EMC's Global X-Band Coverage To Be Enhanced By XTAR
This contract signifies a renewal of a service that began in 2014 and XTAR’s services provides EMC with seamless coverage and plays a crucial role in supporting airborne communications requirements.
Ten Awards For Booster Propulsion Technology and Risk Reduction Awarded By Space & Missile Systems Center
"This is essential in order to solidify U.S. assured access to space, transition the EELV program away from strategic foreign reliance, and support the U.S. launch industry's commercial viability in the global market."—Lt. Gen. Samuel Greaves, the Air Force's Program Executive Officer for Space and SMC commander.