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Forecast: 2014 will be year of encryption

Security experts expect that 2014 will be "The Year of Encryption" for companies and organizations amid continuing fallout from the Edward Snowden affair.

L-3 acquires Mustang Technology Group

A Texas company that develops and manufactures radar-based sensors and systems for the U.S. military and government has been acquired by L-3 Communications.

Northrop Grumman honors AER for supplier excellence

Atmospheric and Environmental Research Inc. says it has been honored as a top supplier by Northrop Grumman Corporation's Information Systems sector.

Diehl-Raytheon win $30M-plus contract for Sidewinders

Raytheon has announced its joint venture company with Diehl of Germany has been contracted to supply Sidewinder missiles to an unidentified company.

Exelis providing ground approach radar system to Estonia

Estonia's armed forces are to receive transportable ground-control approach radar from Exelis to support NATO exercises, contingencies and humanitarian efforts.

AgustaWestland wins $1.6B helicopter contract

Anglo-Italian helicopter manufacturer AgustaWestland has won a $1.6 billion contract from Norway to supply it with 16 medium-lift aircraft.

Emirates shoot down BAE's $6B Typhoon jet deal

BAE Systems, Britain's largest defense company, has suffered a major setback with the United Arab Emirates scrapping lengthy negotiations for 60 Eurofighter Typhoon jets, a deal worth at least $6 billion.

Saab, Armscor in support deal for Gripen fighters

South Africa has given Saab a $27.4 million steady state support contract for Gripen fighters flown by the South African air force since 2008.

Patria upgrading Finland's armored personnel carriers

Finnish defense manufacturer Patria reports it will overhaul and modernize XA-180 armored personnel carriers of the Finnish Defense Forces.

Norway seeks FMS deal for C-130J support

Norway has asked the United States for technical, engineering and software support for C-130J airlifters operated by the country's military forces.

Lockheed helps Japan restore F-2 fighter fleet

Lockheed Martin has delivered the first F-2 aft and leading edge flaps for restoration of Japan's F-2 fighter fleet to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
Japan considers a boost in military purchases

Japan considers a boost in military purchases

Japan's Cabinet has approved a national security strategy that would boost spending on military equipment and which could start the exportation of weapons.

Swedish military orders more all-terrain vehicles

The Swedish Defense Materiel Administration has ordered an additional 102 all-terrain vehicles from BAE Systems Hagglunds.

Meggitt upgrading Australia's weapons simulation training systems

Weapons training simulation systems used by the Australian military are to receive hardware and software upgrades from Meggitt Training Systems.

Snecma, Europropulsion building more Ariane 5 rocket motors

French companies Snecma and Europropulsion have signed contracts with Astrium for cryogenic rocket engines and solid rocket motors for Ariane 5 launchers.

AgustaWestland opens Seoul office

Anglo-Italian helicopter manufacturer AgustaWestland has opened a new office in the South Korean capital to strengthen and promote its regional business.

Navy continues BAE work on Trident missiles

BAE Systems is to continue to provide engineering and integration support for the U.S. Navy's Trident II D5 submarine-launched ballistic missile.

Hull for new LHD Australia-bound

The second hull for a new class of amphibious ship has left a Navantia shipyard in Spain for Australia.

Brazil picks Gripen E aircraft as new multi-mission fighter

Saab's Gripen E fighter has been chosen by Brazil as the country's new multi-mission fighter, beating out Dassault's Rafale and Boeing's F-18.

Peru orders C-27J airlifters

Alenia Aermacchi is supplying two C-27J Spartan tactical airlifters to Peru under a contract worth about $136.6 million,
Lockheed produces 300th C-130J Super Hercules

Lockheed produces 300th C-130J Super Hercules

Lockheed Martin has produced and delivered to the U.S. Air Force its 300th C-130J Super Hercules plane.

Australia gifts heavy landing craft to Papua New Guinea

Australia will gift a heavy landing craft to Papua New Guinea next year under increasing military and maritime ties.

Lockheed Martin to build 2 more U.S. Air Force satellites

The U.S. Air Force has modified contracts to see through completion of two more satellites being built by Lockheed Martin, the aviation and aerospace manufacturer said.

Military orders Sundyne pumps for use in chemical weapons destruction

Pump and compressor manufacturer Sundyne has received a U.S. military contract for its Ansimag seal-less drive pumps to help disarm chemical weapons.

BAE, Eye Street enhance FEMA mobile application

An add-on feature to the Federal Emergency Management Agency's official mobile app has been launched by BAE Systems and Eye Street Solutions Inc.
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