Rheinmetall, Capita, Cervus, and Improbable Defence to build a warfare training environment for the British Army
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Centre Setup and Expansion Aerojet Rocketdyne plans massive defense facility in Alabama The company will expand its Huntsville operations with more jobs and a new 379,000-square-foot manufacturing facility near Huntsville International Airport. The new building will begin operations in 2023, allowing Aerojet Rocketdyne to increase manufacturing capacity for the nation’s defense production needs. Read More>>Deals Rheinmetall will supply eight MLG27-4.0 to Damen Naval for the German Navy’s new F126-class frigates Rheinmetall received an order from Dutch shipbuilder Damen Naval to supply eight state-of-the-art MLG27-4.0 defence systems for the F126-class frigates it is currently building for the German Navy. Read More>> Lockheed secures contract to support CH-53K aircraft Lockheed clinched a modification contract involving the CH-53K helicopter valued at USD 14.1 Mn. Lockheed will provide non-recurring engineering, supplies, and support necessary for the low-rate initial production Lot 1 deployable configuration updates for the CH-53K heavy lift replacement aircraft. Read More>> General Atomics lands navy contract modification for Reaper drone spares General Atomics will provide the U.S. Navy with equipment spares for MQ-9A Reaper crewless aerial vehicle under a USD 46.9 Mn contract modification. It will supply spares needed by the Marine Air Ground Task Force to ensure the operability of MQ-9A Block 5 Reaper air vehicles, ground control stations, and additional equipment. Read More>>Partnership Rheinmetall joins forces with Raytheon UK, Capita, Cervus, and Improbable Defence for the British Army’s CTTP The company and Capita, Cervus, and Improbable Defence have joined the Raytheon UK-led team Omnia Training. The CTTP will deliver the Future Collective Training System – a technology-enabled training system that will serve as a surrogate for warfare. Read More>>Executive Movement Boeing shores up defense unit leadership after delays The move to strengthen industrial leadership comes after delays and cost overruns blighted long-term projects for which Boeing is locked into a fixed price. Read More>>Financial and market activity Woodward, Inc. Q4 2022 earnings call transcript Aerospace segment earnings for the fourth quarter of 2022 were USD 63 Mn or 15.5% of segment sales compared to USD 66 Mn or 17.4% of segment sales. For the fiscal year 2022, aerospace segment sales were USD 1.52 Bn compared to USD 1.40 Bn for the prior year, an increase of 8%. Read More>>
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