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MoD places 230m contract to boost battlefield communications
Two contracts, together worth 231M, have been awarded to General Dynamics UK to upgrade the UK Armed Forces' Bowman military communications system, the Ministry of Defence announced today.
MoD Press Release

Lockheed gets $442 mln Navy F-35 contract
Lockheed Martin Corp has won a $441.9 million modification to a previously awarded U.S. Navy F-35 fighter contract, the Pentagon said on Thursday.
Reuters


France confident UK won't quit A400M

France is confident Britain will commit to the Airbus A400M military transport plane but disagreements remain over how to share out the costs of delays to the programme, a French presidency source said on Thursday.

Reuters

U.S. DoD Announces New Director Of DARPA

The Department of Defense (DoD) today announced the appointment of Regina E. Dugan as the 19th director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

Defpro

RAF continues to eat their own planes

The RAF continues to raid spare parts from aircraft in large numbers in order to keep other aircraft operational, new statistics have revealed.

Defence Management

Defence contract guarantees Clyde work for 15 years

Clyde shipbuilders will have some defence work for the next 15 years, according to an agreement set to be signed in the next fortnight.

The Daily Record

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