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San Diego-based Cubic Corp. said that its defense systems subsidiary received a contract worth more than $70 million from an overseas customer.
The U.S. Navy recently awarded San Diego-based Helix Electric Inc. a $24.8 million contract to replace the electrical system for a dry dock at Virginia’s Norfolk Naval Shipyard.
Engineers at Northrop Grumman’s unmanned systems unit in Rancho Bernardo are asking themselves whether their unmanned aircraft called the Bat could be a little bigger.
San Diego-based Cubic Corp. said recently that it won a contract to develop training materials for the U.S. Navy’s littoral combat ship.
The U.S. Navy recently awarded Raytheon Co. a $32.4 million contract for electronics services.
Northrop Grumman recently received a $13.9 million award from the U.S. Navy, for logistics services related to its Fire Scout unmanned helicopters.
Market conditions are no longer right for Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. to refinance a $625 million bond, company CEO Eric DeMarco said recently.
The Defense Logistics Agency has awarded Escondido-based American Innotek Inc. a sole-source contract for disposable solid-waste relief bags.
The Pentagon signed a $15 million contract with San Diego-based Coast Citrus Distributors, which has agreed to provide fresh fruits and vegetables through mid-2015.
The U.S. Air Force recently said it awarded Mission Valley-based Ahntech Inc. a $12.4 million deal to provide services at several Air Force training ranges.
The U.S. Navy destroyer USS McCampbell became the first ship to go to sea with a new shipboard computing network dubbed Canes, system integrator Northrop Grumman announced on Nov. 25.
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The blood and the chaos seem very real during a morning spent training sailors to be U.S. Navy corpsmen on the grounds of Strategic Operations Inc. in Kearny Mesa.
Shipbuilder General Dynamics NASSCO of San Diego has been awarded a modification of approximately $12.1 million, under a previously awarded contract for work on the USS Somerset.
San Diego’s economy is still in the doldrums and shows little signs of regaining its former energy, says the latest report from the National University System Institute for Policy Research.