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Retired Navy Capt. Charles Litz Joins ARServices as R&D Operations Director

Charles Litz, a retired U.S. Navy captain and former program manager at Advanced Technology Systems Company, has joined management and technology consulting firm ARServices as director of research and development operations. ARServices said Tuesday Litz will lead the company’s efforts to grow its federal market footprint and oversee business relationships with government customers …

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Former Army Secretary Eric Fanning Joins CNAS Advisory Board

Eric Fanning, former secretary of the U.S. Army, has been appointed to the board of advisers at the Center for a New American Security. He joins other CNAS advisory board members who came from various government, military, academic and private organizations, the Washington-based think tank said Wednesday. CNAS CEO Michele Flournoy said that Fanning has broad leadership …

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Vishal Giare Named Air, Missile Defense Mission Area Lead at Johns Hopkins APL

Vishal Giare, formerly a program area manager at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, has been appointed as APL’s mission area executive for air and missile defense. He now leads the laboratory’s efforts to develop ballistic missile defense and anti-air warfare systems for U.S. forces and allies, APL said Thursday. Giare previously served as program …

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Naval War College Team Wins Top Prize in Cyber Policy Competition

A team of U.S. Naval War College students has won first place at the Atlantic Council-sponsored Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge in Washington. The U.S. Navy said Monday the three-day contest was held at the American University’s Washington College of Law and drew 48 college teams from 32 schools across the world. Participants were required …

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BAE Launches New San Diego Floating Dry Dock

BAE Systems has unveiled a new floating dry dock the company built to provide maintenance and repair services to U.S. Navy ships stationed in San Diego. The company said Friday the 950-foot-long platform is designed to lift up to 55,000 tons and will be paired with another dry dock to help maintain the service branch’s fleet. BAE dedicated …

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BAE to Support Navy Submarine Weapon Systems; DeEtte Gray Comments

BAE Systems Inc. will help the U.S. Navy engineer and integrate weapons systems on board the military branch’s submarines as part of a potential five-year, $368 million contract awarded in October. The company said Wednesday it will also provide test engineering, information technology support and specialized test equipment to the Navy’s Strategic Systems Programs …

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CSRA to Feature Maritime Simulation Training Software at Defense Modeling Conference

CSRA will demonstrate its VirtualShip maritime simulation training software at the ongoing National Training and Simulation Association’s 2016 Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference through Dec. 2. The company said Friday it will also hold a Maritime Training Solutions USERS Group Conference at the event. Representatives from participating companies will lead a discussion on the Defense Cyber Investigations Training …

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Cybric Adds Jim Bandanza, Michael Brown & John DeLong to Advisory Board

Cybric has named cybersecurity veterans Jim Bandanza, Michael Brown and John DeLong as members of its advisory board to help develop and expand the company’s automation and vulnerability platform. Bandanza, DeLong and Brown will work to guide the company’s executive and technical teams as part of the advisory board that includes former …

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Navy Secretary Ray Mabus Visits HII’s Ingalls Shipyard

U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus has visited Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ Ingalls Shipbuilding division in Mississippi to address the shipyard’s leaders and staff workers. HII said Friday Mabus was accompanied by Brian Cuccias, Ingalls Shipbuilding president, and Rep. Steven Palazzo (R-Mississippi) during his tour of the shipyard. Ingalls Shipbuilding-built vessels support the Navy and the U.S. Marine Corps …

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