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Former Bae Ceo Havenstein stresses a know-howa in bid for governor
Republican Walt Havenstein of Alton announces for governor in the lobby of the Legislative Office Building in Concord with wife Judy at his side.
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North Sea Boats (PT. Lundin) and SAAB working on an improved 63m FMPV Trimaran
At DSA 2014, the 14th Defence Services Asia Exhibition and Conference currently held in Kuala Lumpur , Indonesian shipyard North Sea Boats and SAAB are showing an updated model of the 63m FMPV Trimaran design ordered by the Indonesian Navy.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
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Businessman Havenstein to enter NH governor's race
Havenstein, former chief executive officer at BAE Systems, is expected to launch his bid for the Republican nomination at a press conference Tuesday morning at the state Legislative Office Building.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Solent economy to draw on seafaring excellence to boost fortunes
A NEW master plan to breathe new life into the Solent's maritime and industrial fortunes has today been announced.
BAE Systems Unveils Geospatial Intelligence Mobile App for Google Glass
The GXP Xplorer Snap app can transform Google Glass devices, smartphones, and tablets into crowd-sourced information gathering tools capable of generating photo reports that can be shared across an organization.
British opposition to military spending
Scotland and the UK have had nuclear weapons for 50 years. The UK government want to replace these weapons at a cost of A 100billion.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
BAE Systems, Beechcraft, CAE in joint bid for training contract
Their integrated system, based around Beechcraft's T-6C training aircraft and synthetic flight training devices, for the AIR 5428 Project would reduce training times and provide advanced skills, BAE Systems announced.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Britain to outsource military buying through smaller contracts
Britain, which failed last year to put its defence equipment buying programme into private hands, plans to try again by breaking the multi-billion pound operation into smaller contracts, the government said on Thursday.
Altair Receives Boeing Performance Excellence Award
Altair , a leading global provider of simulation technology and engineering services that empower client innovation and decision-making, today announced that its product development services division, Altair ProductDesign , has received a 2013 Boeing Performance Excellence Award.
BAE Systems lays off 18 Hattiesburg employees
BAE Systems -- a global defense, security and aerospace company that employs about 88,200 workers in the United States, the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Australia and India -- is reducing its workforce in Hattiesburg.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
BAE wins five-year pact with Southwest
BAE Systems said this week that Southwest Airlines has selected it to be its exclusive provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul services for the airline's 737 Next Generation aircraft.
BAE Systems to cut workforce at Hattiesburg facility
BAE Systems recently announced it will cut back the workforce by 18 positions at its Hattiesburg facility.
Navy plans to test 'Star Wars' weapon at sea
On Wednesday the U.S. Navy announced plans to test a futuristic weapons system capable of firing a low-cost 23 pound projectile over 100 miles from a ship at sea.
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British defence minister in Saudi talks
File - Britain's Defence Secretary Philip Hammond is seen speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show in this handout received via the BBC in London March 30, 2014.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
BAE Systems Inks Contract with Southwest Airlines to Support Worlda s Largest Fleet of 737s
Under the five-year agreement, BAE Systems will provide proactive repairs that will improve the availability and reliability of Southwest's fleet.
Can Boeing Withstand The Turbulence?
During the 20th century, five companies charted the course of aerospace history in the United States.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
IBM declares that Portsmouth is still its HQ despite job cuts
The firm, based at Lakeside North Harbour, said the city premises remains its UK headquarters, despite making redundancies there in recent months and closing two of its four units.
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Dunne hails 20m ship parts deal
The Ministry of Defence is to spend 20 million on parts for the UK's new offshore patrol vessels .
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Britain seeks tenant for BAE's Portsmouth shipyard
Britain has appointed agents to find a tenant for the country's historic Portsmouth dockyard, which is due to be vacated by BAE Systems by the end of the year as the defence contractor shuts its shipbuilding activities in the city.
Global armoured vehicle market: GDLS & BAE Systems the key industry players
The recent allied war against terror saw the development & emergence of specific vehicles built to counter the threat from IEDs across Iraq & Afghanistan theatres enhanced troop protection level , especially, MRAPs & counter IED vehicles, like Buffalo, aimed at neutralizing the increasing threat from a range of asymmetric threats which further ... (more)