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Javelin missile demos vehicle mounted capability

Javelin missile demos vehicle mounted capability

Javelin Joint Venture successfully demos the firing of its man-portable missile from a vehicle.
Richard Tomkins

Army, GM, Raytheon team for transitioning soldier training

U.S. soldiers transitioning from the Army to the civilian sector are to have training and job opportunities as technicians with General Motors dealerships.
Richard Tomkins

U.S. military taps Unisys for continued IT support

IT support services for the U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency will continue to be provided by Unisys.
Richard Tomkins
Australia begins updating Nulka decoy system

Australia begins updating Nulka decoy system

The Australian government has given the go-ahead for design of fire-control and launcher sub-system upgrades for the Nulka decoy system.
Richard Tomkins
Russia eyes Latin American security system business

Russia eyes Latin American security system business

Proposals for integrated security systems are being prepared for Latin American countries by Russia's Rosoboronexport.
Richard Tomkins
Raytheon touts integration work on new class of destroyer

Raytheon touts integration work on new class of destroyer

Raytheon, the systems integrator for the new Zumwalt-class of destroyer, is touting milestones achieved in readying the ship for the U.S. Navy.
Richard Tomkins

IronPlanet, DLA in surplus equipment deal

Surplus heavy equipment and trucks of the U.S. military are to be managed and sold by online marketing company IronPlanet of California.
Richard Tomkins
Buyer of Kurdish oil revealed in report

Buyer of Kurdish oil revealed in report

A report Tuesday says Talmay Trading of the British Virgin Islands is scheduled to take Kurdish crude oil loaded on a tanker parked off the coast of Texas.
Daniel J. Graeber
Russia, China to work on floating nuclear plants

Russia, China to work on floating nuclear plants

A subsidiary of Russian state nuclear energy company Rosatom said Tuesday it signed an agreement to build floating nuclear power plants with China.
Daniel J. Graeber
Algeria's gas role questioned

Algeria's gas role questioned

Algeria's role as a key supplier of natural gas to Europe should be reviewed given production declines, the European Council on Foreign Relations said Tuesday.
Daniel J. Graeber
BP frets over 'strategic objectives in Russia'

BP frets over 'strategic objectives in Russia'

British energy company BP said Tuesday its second quarter profits soared, but any additional sanctions could impact "strategic objectives in Russia."
Daniel J. Graeber
Petrofac nabs $8.5M Shah Deniz contract

Petrofac nabs $8.5M Shah Deniz contract

British energy services company Petrofac said Tuesday it won an $8.5 million contract for pipelines tied to the Shah Deniz gas field offshore Azerbaijan.
Daniel J. Graeber
Norway's oil output on the rise

Norway's oil output on the rise

Total Norwegian production of oil and associated byproducts was 6 percent higher in June than the previous month, the government said Tuesday.
Daniel J. Graeber
London agrees to more Russian sanctions

London agrees to more Russian sanctions

The British government is in agreement with its European counterparts on the need for tougher sanctions against Russia, a spokesman said Tuesday.
Daniel J. Graeber
Libyan oil blaze out of control

Libyan oil blaze out of control

Libyan officials said fires at an oil storage site near the airport in Tripoli, sparked by violence, continue to burn out of control.
Daniel J. Graeber
Analyst: Lag in Iranian return to oil stage

Analyst: Lag in Iranian return to oil stage

It might be mid-2015 before substantial volumes of Iranian crude oil make it to the international market, an analyst at Lloyd's List Intelligence said.
Daniel J. Graeber
NRDC: Fracking dangers confirmed

NRDC: Fracking dangers confirmed

Outdated rules governing drinking water leave the U.S. population at risk to exposure to harmful fracking chemicals, an advocacy group said.
Daniel J. Graeber
FAA proposes $12 million fine for Southwest Airlines

FAA proposes $12 million fine for Southwest Airlines

The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed Southwest Airlines pay a $12 million fine for undertaking repairs on aircraft that weren't up to regulations.
Ananth Baliga

Serco continues to provide mobile hospitals to Navy

Deployable medical facilities, complete with X-ray machines and CT scanners -- will continue to be provided by Serco to support the U.S. Navy.
Richard Tomkins
Smith & Wesson fined $2 million in foreign bribery case

Smith & Wesson fined $2 million in foreign bribery case

Gunmaker Smith and Wesson was fined $2 million by the SEC for bribing officials in Pakistan, Turkey and other countries to win firearm contracts.
Ananth Baliga
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