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Robert Work Named Johns Hopkins APL Senior Fellow

Robert Work, a 27-year U.S. Marine Corps veteran and former deputy secretary of the Defense Department, has been named a senior fellow at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. He will work with other APL senior fellows and technical professionals in efforts to help inform policy and technology decisions issued by U.S. …

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Leidos to Sponsor Army-Navy Soccer Cup; Gerry Fasano Comments

Leidos has entered a three-year agreement with Keystone Sports and Entertainment, owner of soccer club The Philadelphia Union, to become a local presenting sponsor of an annual soccer competition between the U.S. Army and U.S. Navy. The Army-Navy Cup VI is scheduled to take place on Oct. 15 at the Talen Energy Stadium …

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Deborah Lee James Joins Noblis Board of Trustees

Former U.S. Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James has joined the board of trustees at the Falls Church, Virginia-based nonprofit science and technology organization Noblis. Noblis said Thursday James’ public and private sector has spanned more than 30 years and included legislative, international affairs, programmatic and leadership positions. She managed the welfare of active-duty, …

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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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Raytheon Unveils National Apprenticeship Center in England

Raytheon has inaugurated a national apprenticeship center in Doncaster, England, to primarily offer training programs for automotive technicians. The company said Friday its professional services subsidiary will use the center to provide learning services to employers and apprentices through classroom discussions, virtual training and site visits. “With a capacity of about 70 students, …

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