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Colsa Corp. of Huntsville, Ala. received a SPAWAR contract that could be worth up to $44.8 million over five years if the U.S. Navy exercises all of its options.
Two executives with General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. — maker of the Predator family of unmanned military aircraft — have been named to the International Air & Space Hall of Fame at the San Diego Air & Space Museum.
Linden S. Blue makes few public appearances and even fewer public speeches.
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The USS Carl Vinson is 1,092 feet long, weighs 97,000 tons and serves as a floating airport.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. said Nov. 23 that its Defense & Rocket Support Services Division was chosen as a subcontractor on a multimillion-dollar project.
Property owners and brokers recently announced significant lease deals in Poway and Carlsbad, including General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc.’s move to take 112,000 square feet in a Poway transaction valued at $4.2 million.
Military and industry leaders offered their thoughts on the future of unmanned aircraft and robotics during a panel discussion Nov. 11.
Four local companies — Clint Precision Manufacturing, Dye Precision CNC Inc. and WFW Industries LLC, all of San Diego, and Eastwood Machine LLC of Santee — are among 10 Southern California companies selected by the U.S. Navy to make custom fabricated parts using a variety of manufacturing techniques.
The U.S. Navy awarded two contract options worth $7.1 million to San Diego-based Coffman Specialties Inc. for runway repairs at Naval Air Facility El Centro. The work, announced Nov. 9, brings Coffman’s work on the runway project to $18.6 million.
Poway-based General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. opened an office in Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates, to serve the Middle East and North Africa region.
San Diego is the sixth-best city in the country for veterans, financial literacy website WalletHub said Monday.
A very large defense contract which could easily involve San Diego subcontractors is in now question.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. reported net income of $55.1 million on revenue of $161.7 million in its third quarter.
This Wednesday, on Veterans Day, we formally recognize our veteran community for their service. We honor their commitment, sacrifice and bravery in what we hope is a tradition of appreciation engrained in each of us. On behalf of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, I join in the chorus of gratitude, and ask that our business community collectively not only activate to hire more veterans but change the narrative around their employment.
That sound you might have heard was a collective sigh of relief. The program of deep budget cuts that military contractors feared — otherwise known as sequestration — won’t show its face until 2018 under a compromise struck by Washington lawmakers.