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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.

World of Quantum Computing Keeps Qubitekk Occupied

Company Buys Patent Portfolio, Participates in Experiments

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Viasat Handheld Radios to Help Special Operators

Air Force Contract for BATS-D Has $93M Cap

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Cubic Shareholders Consider Board Composition, Pay

LEADERSHIP: Since Late 2019, 4 Out of 9 Directors Have Been Women

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Cybersecurity Certification Has Contractors Talking

Pentagon Is Pushing for Audits of All Suppliers

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Northrop Grumman Receives $217M Electronics Deal

Contractor Will Operate and Support ‘Wi-Fi in the Sky’

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General Atomics, Navy Test Carrier Gear Under Extreme Conditions

DEFENSE: USS Gerald R. Ford Features Other Advanced Technology

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Air Force Contract With BAE Systems Has $49.6M Ceiling

Support for Air Vehicle Planning System Extended

Free Cybersecurity Training for Defense Industry Companies

The training program aims to help defense industry companies become more resilient to potential security threats by improving their cybersecurity plans.

San Diego to Host Three Aircraft Carriers, Getting Economic Benefits

USS Carl Vinson to Change Home Port in August

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Northrop Grumman Draws Talent From Community Colleges

New Program Puts Budding Engineers to Work on Real-World Projects

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Executive Behind Growth of $850M Cubic Corp. Division to Move On

Matt Cole’s New Job Will Be in the Technology Space.

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