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Former Comtech SVP Jay Icard Named XTAR President, CEO

Jay Icard, former senior vice president of strategic sales at Comtech Telecommunications‘ command and control technologies business, has joined XTAR as president and CEO of the Ashburn, Virginia-based commercial satellite operator. The 13-year industry veteran succeeds outgoing President Philip Harlow, who has led XTAR over the past eight years and will help ensure …

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A-TEK Federal Civilian VP Stephanie Cumberbatch Elevates to EVP Post

Stephanie Cumberbatch, formerly vice president of A-TEK‘s federal civilian business, has been named executive vice president at the McLean, Virginia-based information technology contractor. The more than 18-year industry veteran will be responsible for oversight, strategic development and implementation of federal health and science programs in her new position, A-TEK said …

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NOAA-Raytheon UAV Hurricane Tracking Initiative Gets Laureate Award; Thomas Bussing Comments

Aviation Week has recognized Raytheon and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration with the publication’s Laureate Award for the deployment of company-built Coyote unmanned aerial vehicles to track and model Hurricane Maria last year. NOAA launched six Coyote UAVs from a Lockheed Martin-built WP-3D Orion aircraft in efforts to help agency researchers view the storm and examine its …

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Noblis to Support DoD Chemical, Biological Defense Efforts Under $8B IDIQ; Jordin Cohen Comments

A Noblis subsidiary holds a spot on a potential $8 billion contract vehicle for support services to the Defense Department‘s Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense. The company said Thursday Noblis ESI aims to provide technology, subject matter experts and experience-based insight to help JPEO-CBD manage investments in chemical, biological, radiological …

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Lockheed Appoints Jeff Babione as Skunk Works Head, Greg Ulmer as F-35 Program Lead

Jeff Babione, executive vice president and general manager of Lockheed Martin‘s F-35  program, has been appointed to similar roles within the defense and aerospace contractor’s advanced development programs division known as Skunk Works. Lockheed said Thursday Babione will lead Skunk Works’ efforts to support warfighters and succeed Rob Weiss, who will retire in late 2018. In …

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