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Orbital ATK to Feature Defense Tech Platforms at AUSA Expo

Orbital ATK will showcase a range of defense technology platforms for land, air and sea applications at the annual Association the U.S. Army meeting and exposition, scheduled to take place in Washington from Oct. 9 to 11. The company said Thursday it will display electronic and kinetic attack systems designed to counter drones …

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Orbital ATK to Integrate Multiple Instruments for Space Test Program Mission; Chris Long Comments

Orbital ATK has secured a contract from the U.S. Air Force‘s Space and Missiles Systems Center to provide integration, test and support services for the primary payload of the Space Test Program – 3 mission. The company said Monday it will fit the STPSat-6 payload onto a modified satellite bus and support launch and on-orbit check-out operations to …

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Frank Culbertson: Orbital ATK to Host STEM Students at Dulles HQ

Orbital ATK will host students of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) at the company’s Dulles, Virginia-based headquarters in support of Higher Orbits’ Go For Launch! program, Loudon Now reported Thursday. Higher Orbits, a non-profit organization, will hold its three-day program next month at Orbital ATK’s Dulles headquarters for high …

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Northrop, Raytheon, Orbital ATK Get DoD Recognition for Small Business Support

Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and Orbital ATK and their respective small business partners Davidson Technologies, Mentis Sciences and Martinez and Turek have each received an award from the Defense Department‘s office of small business programs under the mentor-protege program. The three teams, which currently support the Missile Defense Agency, received the Nunn-Perry Award in recognition of the mentor-protege teams’ technical developments …

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Orbital ATK Awards $135K Undergraduate Scholarships to 70 Students; David Thompson Comments

Orbital ATK has awarded a combined $135,000 in scholarships to help the children of the aerospace company’s employees pursue their post-secondary education for this coming academic year. The company said Wednesday Scholarship Management Services selected 70 scholarship recipients based on their test scores, grade average, class ranking, work experience, career objectives and …

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