InDyne Inc has been awarded a $417.79m contract by the US 21st Contracting Squadron to support the operations and maintenance of the Solid State Phased Array Radar System (SSPARS) of the US Air Force, through April 2026.
The company will provide non-personal services, financial, administrative, and managerial resources for five SSPARS installations and sites.
The SSPARS radar system is designed to provide missile warning and space surveillance to the armed forces.
Raytheon Missile Systems has secured a $77.39m contract from the US Air Force for the production of Small Diameter Bomb (SBD) II.
The contract covers low-rate initial production of 570 SDB II Lot 4 munitions, 398 SDB II Lot 4 single weapon containers, 126 SDB II Lot 4 dual weapon containers, in addition to 24 SDB II Lot 3 weapon load crew and conventional munitions maintenance trainers.
The deal, which is expected to close in July 2020, also includes the supply of 20 production reliability incentive demonstration effort captive vehicles.
The US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center based at Maxwell Air Force Base has awarded a contract modification worth $400m to multiple contractors for net-centric application services.
Until June 2022, the services to be provided include sustainment, integration, training, migration, testing and operation to the US Air Force.
The companies involved in the deal are Diligent Consulting Inc, Diversified Technical Services Inc, Datum Software Inc, SI Systems Technologies, Segue Technologies Inc, and Excellus Solutions LLC.
UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS) has secured a contract modification worth $51.23m to support the foreign military sales (FMS) requests of multiple countries for the DB-110 tactical dual-band reconnaissance system.
Awarded by the USAF Life Cycle Management Center, the three-year modification will enable Qatar and Jordan to purchase the DB-110 pod.
A-Tech Corporation has secured a contract modification to continue to support delineation efforts of the US Air Force’s Advanced Space Power Programme through December 2020.
Awarded by the US Air Force Research Laboratory based at Kirtland Air Force Base, the modification will cover energy generation, power management, as well as energy storage and distribution services.
Symeo GmbH, a Germany-based manufacturer of sensor and radar systems for aviation and defence applications, has been acquired by Analog Devices Inc.
Upon completion of the transaction, Symeo will be integrated into ADI’s Autonomous Transportation and Safety (ATS) business unit.
Headquartered in the US, Analog Devices designs and manufactures semiconductor products.
ARGONAS Corporate Finance GmbH was the financial advisor to Siemens and Symeo for the transaction.
Ensign-Bickford Industries Inc (EBI) has completed the acquisition of Avior Control Technologies Inc for an undisclosed value.
Based in the US, EBI provides explosive and non-explosive systems for aerospace, military and commercial markets.
Based in the US, Avior Control Technologies is involved in the production and supply of motors, actuators and kinematic transducers to aerospace and defence customers.
The acquisition will help Ensign-Bickford expand product offerings to its customers.