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Lockheed Martin tests JAGM guidance system

Lockheed Martin tests JAGM guidance system

The dual-mode guidance section for Lockheed Martin's Joint Air-to-Ground missile was successfully demonstrated in a second internally funded flight test.
Richard Tomkins
The Medium Extended Air Defense System shows its stuff

The Medium Extended Air Defense System shows its stuff

MEADS International says its Medium Extended Air Defense System recently demonstrated "outstanding" capability in simultaneously engaging simulated threats.
Richard Tomkins
Rail rules need further review, North Dakota says

Rail rules need further review, North Dakota says

North Dakota's governor said new proposals for oil train safety need review, while the industry itself said concerns over North Dakota's oil are without merit.
Daniel J. Graeber
EIA: Russian export revenue highest for oil

EIA: Russian export revenue highest for oil

Russia receives more revenue from the export of crude oil and petroleum products than it does from natural gas, the U.S. Energy Department said.
Daniel J. Graeber
U.S. jobless claims drop further, reach eight-year low

U.S. jobless claims drop further, reach eight-year low

The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell sharply, reaching an eight-year low, as the labor market bounces back to pre-recession levels.
Ananth Baliga
N.D. says few health concerns from frack fire

N.D. says few health concerns from frack fire

The North Dakota Department of Health said there are few immediate public health concerns stemming from a fire at a hydraulic fracturing fluid storage facility.
Daniel J. Graeber
Pakistan courting LNG suppliers

Pakistan courting LNG suppliers

A report Thursday from the Platts energy news service says Pakistan is on the cusp of receiving liquefied natural gas supplies from international companies.
Daniel J. Graeber
U.S. shale helps Canada's Encana grow

U.S. shale helps Canada's Encana grow

Canadian energy company Encana said Thursday it had a strong second quarter on the back of an acquisition of assets in the Eagle Ford shale area.
Daniel J. Graeber
EU envisions more energy independence

EU envisions more energy independence

The European Union needs an ambitious set of policies in place to increase security related to its energy supplies, the European energy commissioner said.
Daniel J. Graeber
TransCanada gets nod for new oil pipeline

TransCanada gets nod for new oil pipeline

A 56-mile pipeline planned through Alberta will be a foundation to plans to increase oil sands production in the province, TransCanada said.
Daniel J. Graeber
Gazprom looks to future in Kazakhstan

Gazprom looks to future in Kazakhstan

Russian natural gas company Gazprom said it was considering extending its working relationship with its counterparts in Kazakhstan through the 2030s.
Daniel J. Graeber
New Zealand outlines oil spill response plan

New Zealand outlines oil spill response plan

The government of New Zealand announced Thursday it was soliciting comments on its national oil spill response strategy.
Daniel J. Graeber
Statoil to test offshore Colombia

Statoil to test offshore Colombia

Norwegian energy company Statoil said it was taking a strategic bet by gaining early access to deepwater reserves off the coast of Colombia.
Daniel J. Graeber
Army orders missile warning systems for aircraft

Army orders missile warning systems for aircraft

BAE Systems' newest Common Missile Warning System variant is being supplied to the U.S. Army to counter infrared-guided missile threats to aircraft.
Richard Tomkins

Security solutions set for upgrade at Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport

Security systems at the Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport are to be ungraded under a $1.8 million contract awarded to Nebraska-based G4S Technology.
Richard Tomkins
Boeing delivers modernized AWACS plane to France

Boeing delivers modernized AWACS plane to France

The first of four French Air Force AWACS planes undergoing major upgrades has been delivered by Boeing.
Richard Tomkins
GM's woes continue with recall of more than 717,000 cars

GM's woes continue with recall of more than 717,000 cars

General Motors issued six new recalls involving 717,950 U.S. vehicles across several models including Camaros and Cadillacs for various mechanical flaws.
Ananth Baliga
Pocket-sized aerial surveillance system under development

Pocket-sized aerial surveillance system under development

Dismounted U.S. troops in difficult environments could soon use a palm-sized sensor system for better situational awareness.
Richard Tomkins
Integrator UAV achieves 24-hour flight endurance

Integrator UAV achieves 24-hour flight endurance

Insitu, a Boeing company, is increasing the flight endurance times of its Integrator unmanned aerial vehicle with increasingly heavy payloads.
Richard Tomkins
Australia starts defense research partnership with universities

Australia starts defense research partnership with universities

Australia's Defense Science and Technology Organization and national universities to collaborate on research.
Richard Tomkins
Apple to give users a chance to test Yosemite OS

Apple to give users a chance to test Yosemite OS

Apple's OS X Yosemite beta will open to one million users Thursday to test the new operating system before releasing the final product this fall.
Ananth Baliga
Apple reports 12.7 percent gain in iPhone sales

Apple reports 12.7 percent gain in iPhone sales

Apple announced Tuesday that they saw an almost 13 percent jump in iPhone sales last quarter, selling more than 35 million iPhones in three months.
Aileen Graef

Air and Missile Defense Radar passes design reviews

A new air and ballistic missile defense radar being developed by Raytheon for the U.S. Navy has passed key design reviews, the company says.
Richard Tomkins

New Harris tactical radios for Middle East country

An unidentified Middle East country has ordered wideband and narrowband handheld tactical radios from the Harris Corporation in a $15 million contract.
Richard Tomkins
China detains five from U.S.-based meat supplier

China detains five from U.S.-based meat supplier

Shanghai Police have detained five people associated with a U.S.-owned meat supplier involved in supplying major fast food chains with expired beef and chicken.
Ananth Baliga
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