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Raytheon Awarded Standard Missile Contract Modification

November 6, 2009
By Henry Kenyon

Raytheon Company is being awarded a $47.8 million modification to a previously awarded contract for engineering and technical services to support the Standard Missile Program. This contract is for Round Design Agent engineering and technical services for the design integrity and total systems integration of the missile round and its components.

Northrop Grumman Wins Bioinformatics Resource Centers Contract

November 6, 2009
By Henry Kenyon

Northrop Grumman Corporation has been awarded a five-year, follow-on contract valued up to $16 million by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health. Under the contract, the company will create a resource that supports the research of pathogenic viruses and will lead to new medical treatments and preventive measures. Northrop Grumman was awarded the initial five-year contract in 2004.

SIGNAL Says: Paul A. Strassman

November 6, 2009
By Katie Packard

"People must accept that the Internet infrastructure is faulty and will remain so for the foreseeable future."

Train the Way You Communicate, Marine

November 5, 2009
By Robert K. Ackerman
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The adage of "train the way you fight" isn't working for Marines using communications and networking systems. The result is that personnel have to learn how to use vital command, control and communications (C3) gear in the field, which hinders their effectiveness in a combat zone.

C2 of C2 Heads Pacific Fleet Information Priorities

November 5, 2009
By Robert K. Ackerman
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The top priority for the U.S. Pacific Fleet is not merely command and control, it is command and control of command and control (C2C2). That is the assessment delivered by Rear Adm. Scott Van Buskirk, USN, deputy commander and chief of staff, U.S. Pacific Fleet.

Marines Seek Technologies to Build Bridges Across Pacific

November 5, 2009
By Robert K. Ackerman
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Technological solutions can bridge differences between the U.S. forces and other nations as the U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM) builds relationships among its diverse partners. The Marine Corps in particular are seeking translation technologies to break down language barriers in daily activities.

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