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  • 29 September 2009

    Norway’s Orion Fleet Gets New Wings

    The Royal Norwegian Air Force has taken delivery of the first set of new production wings for its fleet of P-3 Orion aircraft. The new production wings are a part...

  • 29 September 2009

    US B-52 Bombers to Get Communication Upgrade

    The US Air Force's B-52 fleet is to receive communication systems integrated with the extremely-high-frequency (EHF) system. The new system will enable the exchange of information through the family of...

  • 29 September 2009

    Royal Air Force to Upgrade Puma Fleet

    The Royal Air Force plans to upgrade its fleet of Puma helicopters to enhance their performance and add ten years of extended service to the aircraft. Under the for £300m...

  • 29 September 2009

    US Air Force Missile Centre to Receive SAIC Support

    The US Air Force Space and Missile Systems Centre's (SMC) independent readiness review team (IRRT) will receive technical support from Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). The delivery order for technical...

  • 28 September 2009

    US Air Force’s GPS Control System Completes Testing

    Boeing has completed testing on the US Air Force's global positioning system (GPS) satellite ground control system. The operational control system (OCS) will keep the GPS system operational within specified...

  • 28 September 2009

    MDA Launches Missile-Tracking Satellites

    The Missile Defense Agency supported by the US Air Force Space and Missile Systems Centre, Missile Defense Systems Group and Nasa have successfully launched two space tracking and surveillance system...

  • 27 September 2009

    Raytheon Receiver Achieves Live Satellite Tracking

    Raytheon has announced that its Modernised User Equipment (MUE) receiver has achieved live satellite M-code tracking. The M-code or the Military code is designed to further improve the anti-jamming and...

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