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Leonardo DRS Has $120M Contract For Laser Tech

System Foils Heat-Seeking Missiles By Dazzling Them

Cubic Satellite Gear Deal Worth Up to $172M

The U.S. Special Operations Command announced on Aug. 3 that it awarded the GATR Technologies subsidiary of Cubic Corp. a five-year, indefinite delivery, indefinite quality contract that could be worth as much as $172 million.

RQ and DPR Get $144M Deal to Rebuild Hurricane-Damaged Camp Lejeune

Eight Construction Firms to Split as Much as $100M

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Unmanned Aircraft Concept Could Be Payday for Contractors

DEFENSE: Up to Three Businesses Look for Work on Skyborg Program

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Under $70M Deal, Team Housing Solutions to Arrange Long-Term Stays

Navy Also Awards Ship Maintenance, Shore Facility Deals

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Congress Takes Up Pentagon Spending Plan for 2021

Stopgap Bill With Limited Funding May Be in the Cards

Navy Construction Funds Released for Burch, I.E.-Pacific, Barnhart-Reese, Bilbro.

Other Deals Involve Shipyard Work and Aircraft Software

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GA and Space Micro Plan to Let Lasers Do the Talking

TECHNOLOGY: Goal Is to Have Satellites Exchange Information Quickly

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Experts See Vulnerabilities in Work From Home Arrangements

SECURITY: Residential IT May Need a Tune-Up, and May Present an Economic Opportunity

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Pentagon Contract Awards Include $75M Viasat Communications Deal

GA-ASI, Northrop Grumman Aircraft Programs Funded

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General Atomics Sees Opportunities in Power, Space

Energy: NASA Exploring Nuclear Thermal Propulsion

Genasys Expects A Good Year With Government Work

Coronavirus Slowed Some Sales, But Not Demand

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Kratos Forges Ahead With 2nd Jet Engine Builder on Board

Defense Contractor Breaks Even During its 2nd Quarter

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Flyers Enterprises’ Alpine Office Gets NASA Deal for Aviation Fuel

Contract Is Worth $46 Million And Could Extend to 5 Years

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Feeding San Diego to Address Hunger of Military and Veteran Families

According to a press release, new drive-thru distribution sites of pre-packaged, prepared meals include Dewey Elementary and Armed Services YMCA and will be held every Monday at 11am.

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