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01 Oct 20. Liteye Opens C-UAS Location in Tampa, Florida. Liteye Systems, Inc. announced the opening of a new location in Tampa, FL to accommodate rapid growth and support the needs of its customers globally.
In addition to the corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility in Centennial, CO and a supporting UK office, the new location will bring the company’s office and manufacturing footprint to approximately 90,000 square feet, further enabling the company’s growth strategy.
Liteye Systems, Inc, is a world leader in Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems (C-UAS), radar and surveillance sensor packages, ruggedized thermal cameras, and helmet mounted displays with over $100M in services and products provided to the US Government.
“Expanding our geographic reach to Tampa is a critical step to implement our rapid deployment field operations initiative,” said Zac Neumayr, Vice President of Strategic Accounts & Field Operations.
“Tampa is an important location in our growth road map” stated Kenneth Allen Geyer, CEO of Liteye. “The city is a beautiful place to be located and with proximity to the water it allows us to demonstrate many of our new technologies for naval and coastal defense systems.”
Liteye has delivered essential equipment to the US Government for over 20 years and has experienced recent growth with the Anti-UAS Defense System (AUDS) as a Combat Proven product with over 1000 defeats against enemy drones flown by ISIS, Taliban and others. Liteye’s products continue to be a sustaining force to protect airfields, government installations and critical infrastructure across the US Government. (Source: UAS VISION)
30 Sep 20. DIO completes new homes for forces families in Cyprus. DIO handed over new service family accommodation (SFA) at RAF Akrotiri in a special ceremony earlier this month. The Commander British Forces Cyprus (BFC) was in attendance at the Cyprus base and was given a short tour of the site prior to the handover of the properties from DIO and the local supply chain.
The £10m project has delivered 26 SFA homes for service personnel and their families, replacing homes that are no longer fit for purpose. The works included the demolition of eight existing SFA homes to create Brownfield sites and associated design works to bring existing designs up to current regulatory standards. The houses were constructed on three separate construction sites with a small number of construction workers on each site.
The new homes are seismically compliant and served as a ‘test bed’ to the UK Strategic Command (UKSC) / BFC-wide Seismic Compliance Programme. The project is seen as an exemplar and will help guide the next two phases of construction and design development respectively. Cyprus is in a seismically active region of the world and the country’s government requires all property to be built in accordance with strict anti-seismic regulations.
The project team was praised for its response to the COVID-19 situation. The team which includes contractors Iacovou Brothers and Ramboll UK implemented COVID-19 safety measures quickly which meant the project was able to continue with little delay.
Chris Wood, DIO Project Manager, said: “DIO is pleased to be able to deliver this industry-recognised project to service personnel and their families at RAF Akrotiri. The base and the work that takes place there is incredibly important and it is equally important that those living and working there have good quality, fit for purpose accommodation. Following the One Team approach with all colleagues has truly paid dividends. UKSC, BFC and the project team’s response to the Covid pandemic has truly shown the benefits of collaboration and team work.”
Major General Robert Thomson, Commander British Forces Cyprus, said: “BFC is extremely happy with the quality of the houses delivered and the project team’s response to the Covid pandemic.”
Paul Stubbs, Director, Ramboll UK said: “Ramboll is extremely proud to have been at the heart of a collaborative team which has resolved issues as they have arisen, ultimately improving the living and working environment for our armed forces and civil servants in Cyprus. RAF Akrotiri is an extremely busy Permanent Joint Operating Base that supports ongoing operations in the region as well as support for the Sovereign Base Areas on Cyprus. It is used as a forward mounting base for overseas operations in the Middle East and for fast jet training.” (Source: https://www.gov.uk/)
24 Sep 20. USAF awards $38m in contracts for upgrades to airfield in Iceland. The USAF has awarded three contracts totaling $38m to improve the airfield at Naval Air Station Keflavik in Iceland.
The Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center’s Detachment 4 will direct the construction project with support from Naval Facilities Engineering Command Europe Africa Central, the Air Force said Thursday. The work includes expansion of the airfield’s parking aprons, beddown site preparation and an upgrade to the airfield’s hazardous cargo pad for the safe unloading and unloading of explosives.
“We are upgrading infrastructure at Naval Air Station Keflavik to provide a high level of readiness for U.S. Air Forces in Europe,” said Col. David Norton, director of AFCEC’s Facility Engineering Directorate. “We have incorporated innovative design and construction techniques to build resilient facilities to ensure the longest lifespan at the overall lowest life cycle cost.”
The construction projects support the European Deterrence Initiative implemented by U.S. European Command — an initiative intended to increase the responsiveness of U.S. Air Forces and NATO members and allies in Europe.
The EDI includes military exercises and training — including the annual Dynamic Mongoose exercise, which this year was held off the coast of Iceland — as well as a rotational presence of U.S. forces in Europe.
An April Department of Defense memo said Defense Mark Esper planned to divert funding from overseas military construction projects — including, critics said, some projects under the auspices of EDI — to domestic military construction in order to compensate for funding lost to wall construction along the U.S.-Mexico border. (Source: Defense News Early Bird/UPI)
01 Oct 20. Naval Group launches the A.R.A. Piedrabuena, second Argentinian Offshore Patrol Vessel, in Concarneau. The second of the four Offshore Patrol Vessel (OPVs) ordered by Argentina has been launched at Piriou’s Shipyards in Concarneau (Britany). Launching of the Piedrabuena in Concarneau. After the arrival of the A.R.A. Bouchard in Argentina on February 2020, the second OPV has been launched this Thursday 1st of October, 2020, in Piriou’s shipyards in Concarneau. This launching comes ahead of schedule – 2 months before the contractual deadline – despite the adverse sanitary context. The two upcoming ships are also built by Kership (joint venture between Naval Group and Piriou) in Lanester. Signed on June 22nd, 2018 in Buenos Aires, the contract for the delivery of four multi-mission ocean patrol vessels for the Argentinian Navy came into force on February 13th, 2019. This contract covers the delivery of L’Adroit – a vessel commissioned at the end of 2011 and operated by the French Navy before being modernized to become the A.R.A. Bouchard – as well as the construction of 3 new units with an enhanced design (known as OPV 87). The three new vessels are specially adapted to navigation in iced waters of the Southern Ocean, through a reinforcement of their structure. Naval Group is the Prime Contractor, in charge of the Program Management and the relationship with the Argentinian customer, of the general design work of the armed vessel as well as of all the studies, development and integration of the Polaris combat system. Over 100 professionals are fully dedicated to this successful program. This is an important milestone for Naval Group as this ship is the first OPV built for the export market.
24 Sep 20. The U.S. Navy commissioned the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Delbert D. Black (DDG 119) during a 10 a.m. EDT ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020, in Port Canaveral, Florida. Due to public health and safety concerns related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the commissioning is a private event, rather than the traditional public commissioning ceremony.
The ceremony’s principal speaker was Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Russel L. Smith.
“Commissioning a ship after the first Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy is an honor without equal. The Navy has always been and will always be indelibly influenced by the leadership of our senior enlisted sailors epitomized by Delbert Black,” said Secretary of the Navy Kenneth J. Braithwaite. “They are the ones who teach both our junior enlisted as well as our junior officers what it means to lead. They lay the keel by which the Navy operates and as such this ship named for one of the most influential master chiefs ever to wear three stars will be a visible reminder of their importance to our Navy. As MCPON, Master Chief Black fought for increased sea-pay, family support programs, expanded uniform guidance and a host of other issues that improved the quality of life of not only junior enlisted, but all sailors and officers. By making life better for sailors, he made our Navy stronger for us all. This ship will undoubtedly continue on his great legacy of service above self.”
USS Delbert D. Black is named for the first Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, the highest possible enlisted rank and the enlisted representative to the Chief of Naval Operations. Established by the Navy in 1967, Black oversaw the establishment of the senior enlisted advisor position, which eventually became known as Command Master Chief. Black was the first Navy enlisted man to receive the Distinguished Service Medal. Upon retirement from active duty, Black continued his involvement with the Navy through retired and active duty organizations. He still serves as an enduring example for the Chief’s Mess, with his service, character and performance demonstrating the highest ideals of a Navy chief petty officer in the world’s finest Navy.
Mrs. Ima Black, MCPON Delbert D. Black’s widow and a former sailor, served as the ship’s sponsor. Mrs. Black served during World War II in the Navy WAVES – Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service. During the time-honored ceremony, Mrs. Black will give the first order to “man our ship and bring her to life.”
Built by Huntington Ingalls Industries in Pascagoula, Mississippi, Delbert D. Black is the 68th Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer to be delivered to the Navy and the first to bear his name. Arleigh Burke-class destroyers are the backbone of the U.S. Navy’s surface fleet. These highly capable, multi-mission ships conduct a variety of operations, from peacetime presence to national security.
Following commissioning, USS Delbert D. Black will be homeported in Mayport, Florida, with sister ships USS The Sullivans (DDG 68), USS Lassen (DDG 82), USS Farragut (DDG 99), USS Thomas Hudner (DDG 116) and USS Paul Ignatius (DDG 117). (Source: US Navy)
25 Sep 20. Lockheed Martin to perform ‘unique sea trials’ of F-35 for non-US customers. The United States Department of Defense (DoD) has contracted Lockheed Martin to conduct aircraft carrier trials of its F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) for potential international operators.
The award, announced on 24 September, is part of a wider USD245.5m developmental support contract for DoD and international operators of the F-35 that will run through to March 2022.
“[Additional to the wider developmental support work], this modification provides unique sea trials on aircraft carriers for non-DoD participants,” the contract notification stated. Though no further details pertaining to the aircraft carrier trials were disclosed, they are likely to relate to the short take-off and vertical landing (STOVL) F-35B variant of the aircraft.
To date, the US Marine Corps (USMC), United Kingdom Royal Navy (RN) and Royal Air Force (RAF), and Italian Navy (Marina Militare Italiana: MMI) have procured the F-35B to equip their respective amphibious assault ships and aircraft carriers, while current F-35A customers, Australia, Japan, Singapore, Spain, and South Korea, have all expressed interest in the STOVL jet’s carrier capabilities over recent years, as had Turkey before it was disbarred from the wider JSF programme.
Australia was reporting its interest in the F-35B for the Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN’s) two Canberra-class landing helicopter dock (LHD) amphibious assault ships as far back as 2014. (Source: Jane’s)
MILITARY AND GOVERNMENT
28 Sep 20. US Army Announces Fall Deployments to Afghanistan and Korea. The Army announced that a combat brigade from the 10th Mountain Division will deploy this fall to Afghanistan for a rotation to support Operation Freedom’s Sentinel. The 2nd Brigade Combat Team, based in Fort Drum, New York, will replace the 10th Mountain’s 1st Brigade Combat Team and participate in the U.S. counterterrorism mission against al-Qaida and other terrorist groups, according to an Army news release.
“Commando Brigade soldiers stand ready to assume the mission from our fellow 10th Mountain Division soldiers,” Col. Damon Harris, commander of the 2nd BCT, said in the release. “Our soldiers are highly trained, expertly led, and professionals in their craft. They are honored and proud to serve our great nation.”
The Army will also send the 3rd Infantry Division’s 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team from Fort Stewart, Georgia, to South Korea this fall.
The 1st ABCT will replace the 1st Infantry Division’s 2nd Brigade Combat Team in the regular rotation of forces to support the United States’ allies on the Korean peninsula.
“We are excited and honored to represent the 3rd Infantry Division and XVIII Airborne Corps,” said Col. Trent D. Upton, commander of the 1st ABCT. “We are trained and ready.”
The Army announced last week that the 1st Cavalry Division’s 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team at Fort Hood, Texas, will deploy to Europe this fall to replace the 3rd ID’s 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team to support NATO partners in the mission to deter Russian aggression in the region. (Source: Military.com)
25 Sep 20. UKAEA has announced the re-appointment of Ian Chapman as Chief Executive, along with four new non-executive Directors for the UKAEA Board. Professor Ian Chapman has been reappointed to lead the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) as its CEO for a second term of office, following four highly successful years deepening its scientific capabilities, its technological collaboration with industry and its international reputation. This comes at a time of significant growth for the organisation, which is managing multiple ground-breaking experiments and new programmes. Ian Chapman will continue to lead the UK’s magnetic confinement fusion research programme at Culham. This includes running the world’s most powerful operational fusion research machine, the Joint European Torus (JET), on behalf of the EU, and a programme of experiments on the recently-completed MAST Upgrade device. (Source: https://www.gov.uk/)
01 Oct 20. USAF MG John E. Shaw for appointment to the rank of lieutenant general with assignment as deputy commander, United States Space Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. Shaw is currently serving as commander, Combined Force Space Component Command, United States Space Command, and commander, Space Operations Command, United States Space Force, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.
25 Sep 20. USAF Col. Sean K. Tyler for appointment to the rank of brigadier general. Tyler is currently serving as the deputy director, Resource Integration, deputy chief of staff, Logistics, Engineering and Force Protection, Headquarters United States Air Force, Pentagon, Washington, District of Columbia.
28 Sep 20. Rear Adm. Alan D. Beal will be assigned as reserve director, Expeditionary Force Generation with additional duties as reserve vice commander, United States Fleet Forces Command, Norfolk, Virginia. Beal is currently serving as reserve director, Expeditionary Force Generation, Norfolk, Virginia.
28 Sep 20. Rear Adm. Shawn E. Duane will be assigned as reserve deputy, Operations, Plans and Strategy, N3/N5, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, District of Columbia. Duane is currently serving as deputy commander, United States Fourth Fleet, Jacksonville, Florida.
28 Sep 20. Rear Adm. Gene F. Price will be assigned as reserve deputy commander, Naval Information Forces, Suffolk, Virginia. Price is currently serving as commander, Naval Information Force Reserve, Fort Worth, Texas.
28 Sep 20. Rear Adm. (lower half) James M. Butler will be assigned as commander, Naval Information Force Reserve, Fort Worth, Texas. Butler is currently serving as reserve deputy commander, Tenth Fleet, Fort Meade, Maryland.
28 Sep 20. Rear Adm. (lower half) Robert T. Clark will be assigned as deputy commander, United States Seventh Fleet, Yokosuka, Japan. Clark is currently serving as deputy commander, Military Sealift Command/deputy commander, Military Sealift command representative to deputy J3, United States Transportation Command, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois.
28 Sep 20. Rear Adm. (lower half) Scott K. Fuller will be assigned as director, Reserve Warfare, N0959, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, District of Columbia. Fuller is currently serving as reserve deputy director, Warfare Systems Directorate, N9R, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, District of Columbia.
28 Sep 20. Navy Capt. William L. Angermann, selected for promotion to rear admiral (lower half), will be assigned as reserve deputy commander, Naval Air Force Atlantic, Norfolk, Virginia. Angermann is currently serving as reserve component commander, Naval Aviation Training Reserve Component, Corpus Christi, Texas.
28 Sep 20. Navy Capt. Stephen D. Donald, selected for promotion to rear admiral (lower half), will be assigned as reserve deputy commander, Tenth Fleet, Fort Meade, Maryland. Donald previously served as officer in charge, Over-the-Horizon Qatar, United States Forces-Afghanistan, Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar.
28 Sep 20. Navy Capt. Terry W. Eddinger, selected for promotion to rear admiral (lower half), will be assigned as deputy chief of chaplains for Total Force/deputy director of Religious Ministries, N097C, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, District of Columbia. Eddinger is currently serving as chaplain, Navy Reserve Navy Installations Command Headquarters, Washington, District of Columbia.
28 Sep 20. Navy Capt. Gregory K. Emery, selected for promotion to rear admiral (lower half), will be assigned as deputy director, Warfare Integration Directorate, N2/N6, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Washington, District of Columbia. Emery is currently serving as region commander, Naval Information Force Reserve, Fort Worth, Texas.
28 Sep 20. Navy Capt. Patrick S. Hayden, selected for promotion to rear admiral (lower half), will be assigned as deputy director, Logistics, Fleet Supply, and Ordnance (N4), United States Pacific Fleet, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Hayden is currently serving as reserve deputy director, Navy Reserve Commander, Pacific Fleet Logistics Readiness Center 120 Headquarters, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
28 Sep 20. Navy Capt. Marc S. Lederer, selected for promotion to rear admiral (lower half), will be assigned as deputy commander, Military Sealift Command, Norfolk, Virginia. Lederer is currently serving as commander, Navy Reserve Liaison Office Individual Mobilization Augment Headquarters, Washington, District of Columbia.
28 Sep 20. Navy Capt. Eric L. Peterson, selected for promotion to rear admiral (lower half), will be assigned as deputy commander, Naval Medical Forces Atlantic, Portsmouth, Virginia. Peterson is currently serving as deputy chief of staff, Navy Reserve Expeditionary Medicine, Bethesda, Maryland.
28 Sep 20. Navy Capt. Donald M. Plummer, selected for promotion to rear admiral (lower half), will be assigned as deputy commander, Naval Special Warfare Command, Coronado, California. Plummer previously served as chief of staff, Combined Joint Task Force – Horn of Africa, Djibouti, Africa.
28 Sep 20. Navy Capt. Donald Y. Sze, selected for promotion to rear admiral (lower half), will be assigned as deputy commander, Navy Support Command Reserve Component/Marine Corps medical officer, Bethesda, Maryland. Sze is currently serving as fleet surgeon, Navy Reserve Commander Third Fleet Headquarters, San Diego, California.
28 Sep 20. Navy Capt. Jeffrey S. Spivey, selected for promotion to rear admiral (lower half), will be assigned as director, Maritime Partnership Program United States Naval Forces Europe/Africa/Sixth Fleet, Naples, Italy. Spivey is currently serving as interagency coordinator/staff liaison, United States Fleet Forces Command, Norfolk, Virginia.
29 Sep 20. AeroVironment, Inc. (NASDAQ: AVAV), a global leader in unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), today announced a teaming agreement with Robotic Skies, a global maintenance, repair, and overhaul network for UAS, to provide field maintenance, inspection and repair support for AeroVironment customers. Robotic Skies, through teaming agreements with companies such as AeroVironment, provides UAS fleet operators with local, aviation-grade maintenance services. The company offers a unique combination of expertise in unmanned aircraft systems and traditional aviation maintenance methodology to deliver high-quality, scalable services through its repair network.
“Our customers rely on AeroVironment’s market-leading unmanned aircraft systems to perform critical missions, making timely field maintenance and local support essential,” said Rick Pedigo, AeroVironment vice president of sales and business development. “By teaming with Robotic Skies, our valued customers can expect an even higher level of responsiveness and customer service through a broad service center network, which comprises 200 independently owned and operated, certified repair stations. This relationship will enable our customers to keep their UAS in operation, maximizing their productivity.”
Robotic Skies Founder and CEO, Brad Hayden, said: “We are excited to work with AeroVironment as they grow their fleet. For example, the VAPOR helicopter unmanned aircraft system is capable of operating beyond visual line of sight, and for customers flying under a FAA Part 107 line of sight waiver there are specific requirements to maintain the aircraft in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations. With Robotic Skies, AeroVironment customers can get the benefit of high-quality, OEM-certified maintenance and the peace of mind knowing they can meet any maintenance-related waiver requirements.”
AeroVironment’s all-electric VAPOR helicopter UAS delivers 60 minutes of cruise endurance and up to 10 pounds (4.5 kilograms) of flexible payload capacity. VAPOR’s modular payload bay provides access to a variety of integrated sensors and third-party payloads including gimbaled EO/IR, survey grade PPK mapping, LiDAR and hyperspectral sensors, and an available Drop/Delivery Mechanism. VAPOR is multi-mission capable for defense, commercial and industrial applications, enabling customers to choose the right configuration based on mission requirements, and the flexibility to create custom configurations that incorporate end-user provided equipment.
24 Sep 20. Alessandro Profumo, CEO of Leonardo, has been nominated President of the AeroSpace and Defence Industries Association of Europe (ASD), the company headquartered in Rome announced. Profumo will lead the organisation for the next two years, representing large companies of the sector and over 3,000 SMEs and associations from 18 European countries. “The AD&S sector will be key to many of the priorities identified in the European recovery programme, from digitization, the green deal, cyber security, and competitiveness in Europe as well as a driving force for the education system,” Profumo said. (Source: Google/spacewatch.globa)
01 Oct 20. Thales appoints Eric Chaperon as Naval Defence Advisor.
- Vice Admiral Eric Chaperon has joined Thales as the Group’s Naval Defence Advisor, with effect from 1 October 2020.
- He takes over from Admiral Stéphane Verwaerde, who will leave his role with Thales after the Euronaval 2020 exhibition. Admiral Verwaerde joined Thales after stepping down from his position as Inspector General of the French Armed Forces on 31 May 2015, having previously served as Deputy Chief of the French Navy. As Naval Defence Advisor, Vice Admiral Eric Chaperon will provide Thales with crucial insights on naval issues to better understand military requirements, and will advise the Group on the challenges ahead in naval combat and maritime affairs.
30 Sep 20. Another Cobham veteran is set to join Babcock in November – David Mellors has been appointed as chief financial officer and will replace Franco Martinelli who is due to retire. Babcock’s new chief executive David Lockwood started earlier this month and also held the same position at Cobham. (Source: Investors Chronicle)
24 Sep 20. D-Fend Solutions, the leader in RF cyber based counter-drone takeover technology, announced today that Michael Huerta has joined its Advisory Board. The former head of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will bring his aviation safety and security industry expertise to assist in D-Fend’s rapid growth, contributing to the company’s market leadership in the counter small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (C-sUAS) security solutions space for airports and other sensitive environments in the U.S. Before joining D-Fend Solutions, Huerta was the Administrator of the FAA from December 2011 to January 2018, where he was responsible for overseeing the safety and productivity of the largest aerospace administration in the world, managing a budget of $16bn and more than 47,000 employees. Huerta currently sits on the board of directors for Delta Air Lines. Huerta has nearly 3 decades of experience with airport and airspace safety, and helped oversee the National Airspace System (NAS). Huerta served as Co-Chair of the Blue-Ribbon Task Force on UAS Mitigation at Airports, and Drone Definition named him one of the 8 Most Influential People in Drones. (Source: PR Newswire)
30 Sep 20. Hughes Ballistics, a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of high-performance firearms components, today announced the appointment of Phil Spivey as the company’s President, effective immediately. Mr. Spivey is an eighteen-year veteran of Motorola Inc., where he held a number of senior operating positions across Motorola Embedded Communications (ECC), a leading provider of products and services to equipment manufacturers in telecommunications, medical imaging, defense and aerospace and industrial automation. In his most recent role at Motorola ECC, Mr. Spivey served as Vice President, Global Supply Chain and previously served in senior sales and operations positions in Europe, Asia, and the United States. Mr. Spivey was a key member of the executive team that executed the sale of ECC to Emerson Electric Co. and led the integration of the business into Emerson’s manufacturing organization. (Source: PR Newswire)
24 Sep 20. Vertex Aerospace LLC announces the appointment of Bill Beard as the aftermarket aerospace defense company’s senior vice president (SVP) of Corporate Operations and Strategy. In this role, he will oversee the Company’s strategic growth and provide leadership to the corporate business operation functions. Bill Beard was recently appointed as Vertex Aerospace’s senior vice president of Corporate Operations and Strategy. Beard has over 40 years of combined experience in the aerospace and defense industry, including 20 years in the U.S. Navy as a naval aircrewman. Having served in several executive positions at leading aerospace companies, Beard brings a diverse range of experience to the Vertex team. Beard’s relationship with Vertex dates back to 2007 when he served as vice president of operations and later provided consulting services to the Company from 2016 to 2019. Bill re-joined the Vertex team in September 2019, serving as the interim SVP of Corporate Business Operations and Business Development. Beard has a long history of success in aircraft maintenance, modifications, systems integration, aerospace manufacturing, and contractor logistics support services. (Source: PR Newswire)
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