May 2004 Intelligence News
- India's intelligence in crisis after double agent disclosure IRNA 29 May 2004 -- India`s external intelligence service has been rocked by revelations that Ravinder Singh, a joint secretary-level officer of the country suspected of having defected to the United States, may have been a double agent.
- BEIJING FORGED DOCUMENTS OF TAIWAN'S INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES: ICHRD CNA 28 May 2004 -- The Hong Kong-based Information Center for Human Rights and Democracy (ICHRD) of China criticized Beijing's Ministry of State Security Friday for forging documents of Taiwan's intelligence agencies to accuse exiled mainland Chinese pro-democracy activists of working for the Republic of China government.
- CACI Interrogator Contract with the U.S. Army to Continue CACI 25 May 2004 -- CACI International Inc (NYSE:CAI) stated that the Associated Press article released today at 3:29PM and other media reports that the Department of the Interior (DOI) intends to “block the Army from hiring new civilian interrogators in Iraq” while it investigates the award of a past contract misstate DOI’s intent.
- Iraq: Governing Council's Chalabi, Iran Reject Espionage Charges RFE/RL 24 May 2004 -- Ahmad Chalabi, a member of the Iraqi Governing Council (IGC) and former favorite in Washington circles, has in recent weeks come under increasing U.S. criticism -- including allegations he passed American secrets to Iran. Chalabi and Iran have both denied the claims, although Tehran admits it has had an ongoing dialogue with Chalabi and other members of the Governing Council.
- Iran rejects 'baseless' US intelligence charges IRNA 23 May 2004 -- Iran Sunday described as `baseless and unfounded` Washington`s accusations that the Iraqi National Council chief Ahmad Chalabi had passed sensitive US intelligence to Tehran.
- U-S/TERROR/INTEL VOA 14 May 2004 -- U-S law enforcement officials are taking steps to address a major failure exposed by the 2001 terrorist attacks - the lack of intelligence-sharing among federal, state and local police agencies.
- Boeing/Insitu ScanEagle UAV Launched From Ship; Completes Historic Autonomous Flight Boeing 11 May 2004 -- ScanEagle, a long-endurance fully autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) developed and built by Boeing [NYSE:BA] and The Insitu Group, completed an historic autonomous flight following its launch from a ship.
- EUROHAWK debuts at Berlin International Air Show EADS 11 May 2004 -- EADS and Northrop Grumman Corporation today presented the results of last year’s demonstration in Nordholz, Germany, of an EADS-developed electronics intelligence sensor operated from a Northrop Grumman-built Global Hawk high altitude, long endurance (HALE) unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The two companies also discussed the next steps in their joint efforts on the EUROHAWK TM programme.
- TIPS Industries Celebrate Selection and Outline Way Forward for NATO AGS Northrop Grumman 11 May 2004 -- TIPS industry leaders gathered today at the International Aerospace Exhibition here to celebrate the team's selection for the NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) programme. NATO announced the Conference of National Armament Directors selection decision on April 16.
- Raytheon Successfully Integrates and Tests its SeaVue Radar and MTS Aboard Predator B Raytheon 10 May 2004 -- Raytheon Company has successfully integrated and demonstrated its SeaVue maritime surveillance radar and AAS-52 Multi-spectral Targeting System (MTS-A) aboard a General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Mariner unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), a derivative of the Generals Atomics Predator B UAV.
- CACI Emphasizes Facts Presented During Congressional Testimony on Iraq Prison Investigation and Requirements Related to Company’s U.S. Military Contract CACI 09 May 2004 -- CACI International Inc (NYSE:CAI) today provided an update to ongoing investigations into prison abuse in Iraq in response to Congressional testimony and to clarify information in recent media reporting about its employees. The company continues to support the Army’s mission in Iraq and around the world.
- Lockheed Martin and General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Demonstrate Integrated Maritime Surveillance System Lockheed Martin 06 May 2004 -- Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] and General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) successfully demonstrated their low-cost, low-risk, highly capable solution for the U.S. Navy's Broad Area Maritime Surveillance (BAMS) unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) program at a recent flight exercise in San Diego.
- CACI Responds to Allegations in the Media About Its Employees in Iraq and to Financial Community Interests CACI 05 May 2004 -- CACI International Inc (NYSE:CAI) announced that its Chairman, President, and CEO Dr. J.P. (Jack) London issued the following statement in a conference call to the investment community earlier today:
- Boeing Acquires UAV Developer Frontier Systems Inc. Boeing 04 May 2004 -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] announced Tuesday it has acquired Frontier Systems Inc., developer of the A-160 Hummingbird and Maverick unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
- DABV01-04-Q-0064: National Criminal Intelligence Service The Coalition Provisional Authority wish to provide fully functioning criminal intelligence offices at the National and Governorate level, including the computer infrastructure and a commercial off the shelf (COTS) criminal intelligence database software package.
- CACI States Position About Reported Allegations Concerning Employees in Iraq CACI 03 May 2004 -- CACI International Inc (NYSE:CAI) said today that with respect to the alleged improper employee behavior toward prisoners in Iraq recently reported in the media, despite inquiries the company thus far has received no information on the matter from the U.S. Government. The Company continues to support the Army's mission in Iraq and around the world.
- Northrop Grumman Adds New Capabilities To Its Multi-Service Family of ISR Systems Northrop Grumman 03 May 2004 -- Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) recently released the latest upgrade to its open-source architecture, multi-service family of intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance (ISR) systems.
- At least 210 Cases of U.S. Aerial Espionage against DPRK in April KCNA 03 May 2004 -- The U.S. imperialists committed more than 210 cases of aerial espionage against the DPRK in April by mobilizing strategic and tactical reconnaissance planes with different missions, according to military sources.
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