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Lockheed Martin Mine Safety Tech Approved

Lockheed Martin announced yesterday it has won regulatory approval for its wireless mine-safety technology MagneLink Magnetic Communication System, which helps underground miners talk to workers on the surface. The Mine Safety and Health Administration was working with Lockheed Martin to certify the equipment for use in mines prior to approving …

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US Army Aims to Give All Soldiers a Smartphone

Military members may soon be able to “check in” on base-using their smartphones. Michael McCarthy, director of operations at the Brigade Modernization Command, Mission Command Complex, at Fort Bliss, Texas, is leading a project called “Connecting Soldiers to Digital Apps” with some of his colleagues, an attempt to give every …

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Poland to Possibly Replace US in Meads Missile Program

Poland may soon replace the U.S. in a multinational anti-missile program. Bloomberg reports the U.S. wants to terminate its role in the Medium Extended Air Defense System at the end of the current development phase in 2013, and the program is now in talks with Poland to possibly take its …

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Lockheed Martin Receives Follow-On Contract with US Army

Lockheed Martin’s relationship with the U.S. Army will continue — the aerospace and defense contractor has received a follow-on contract from the Army to supply Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System Unitary rockets. The $445 million contract is the Army’s sixth purchase of the precision munition. Thus far, nearly 2,000 GMLRS …

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Lockheed Martin Assigns New Positions to Two Top Development Leaders

Lockheed Martin has assigned new positions to two of its senior business development leaders to enhance the company’s ability to enhance domestic and international growth through strong customer relationships. Paul Lemmo has been promoted to the position of vice president, business development, for the Information Systems & Global Solutions business …

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Lockheed Martin F-16 Named Top Choice for New Bulgarian Fleet

Lockheed Martin’s F-16 aircraft has been named the most likely replacement for Bulgaria’s current fleets of legacy, with prime minister Boyko Borisov requesting the joint purchase of fighter aircraft carriers with three of its main allies–Croatia, Romania and Turkey. All four nations with the exception of Turkey are presently seeking …

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Lockheed Martin Names New VP of Communications for MS2 Business

Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has appointed Kimberly Ramalho vice president of communications for its Mission Systems and Sensors (MS2) business, which is part of the electronic systems business area and employs nearly 15,000. “Kimberly joins MS2 at an exciting time as we continue to grow our core U.S. and international …

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Contractors Flocking to Job Fairs

Job seekers with active security clearances, go dust off your resumes. Area government contractors have available positions, and they’re eager to fill them. Federal News Radio and the Baltimore Business Journal reported this week contractor job fairs are popping up all over the metro. Contractors such as Lockheed Martin, Northrop …

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