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06 December 2005 Military News

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  • BAE Systems to supply new mobile communications system to Slovak armed forces BAE Systems 06 Dec 2005 -- BAE Systems, has been selected by the Slovak Ministry of Defence to deliver a fully US, EU and NATO interoperable mobile military communications system (MOKYS) to the Slovak armed forces. The contract will be delivered through an international partnership led by BAE Systems and involving US, German, Swedish and Slovak companies.
  • BAE Systems awarded $62.5 million strategic systems programs contract BAE Systems 06 Dec 2005 -- BAE Systems has been awarded a $62.5 million contract from the U.S. Navys Strategic Systems Programs (SSP) based in Washington, D.C. Under the contract, BAE Systems will provide system engineering and integration support for the Trident II (D5) Fleet Ballistic Missile Strategic Weapon System (SWS) program. The contract is a continuation of a range of system engineering, test, analysis, IT, and logistics solutions performed by BAE Systems for SSP since 1956. The contract will be completed by September 2006.
  • Boeing NCO Experiment Spotlights Technologies in Urban Scenario Boeing 06 Dec 2005 -- A joint urban warfare scenario demonstrating command and control on the move provided the blueprint for this year's Boeing (NYSE: BA) joint network-centric operations experiment.
  • Sikorsky Opens State-of-the-Art MH-92 Helicopter Fly-by-Wire System Integration Lab Sikorsky 06 Dec 2005 -- Sikorsky Aircraft opened the company's new MH-92™ helicopter fly-by-wire system integration lab with a ribbon cutting ceremony here today. Sikorsky is part of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX).
  • Thales reinforces its multi-domestic presence in the US Thales 06 Dec 2005 -- Thales announced today that it has opened a second manufacturing facility in the US to support its growing military communications operations. Located in Germantown, Maryland this new facility is in close proximity to the company's Clarksburg, Maryland, headquarters, where its existing state-of-the-art manufacturing plant was opened in 2001.
  • Agreement Reached for Galileo Programme Facilities – A Major Step Forward for Europe EADS 06 Dec 2005 -- The future Galileo Concessionaire has agreed the locations of the various facilities under its responsibility that are required for the successful deployment of the Galileo Programme.
  • Agreement reached for Galileo Programme facilities - a major step forward for Europe Thales 06 Dec 2005 -- The future Galileo Concessionaire has agreed the locations of the various facilities under its responsibility that are required for the successful deployment of the Galileo Programme.

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