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Lockheed Martin Vies for $4 Billion Stealth Fighter Contract

Lockheed Martin is competing for a stealth fighter contract being offered by the Japanese government that could be worth more than $4 billion, Bloomberg reports. The company's main competitors are Boeing and Eurofighter.

BAE Systems Earns Air Force Contract

BAE Systems recently announced a new contract obtained from the U.S. Air Force worth approximately $23 million. The defense company will develop and test new computers, integrate existing software and manufacture installation kits for C-130 aircraft.

Lockheed Martin Locks up Air Force Contract

Lockheed Martin, one of the nation's top defense firms, has recently been awarded a three-year, $791 million contract by the U.S. Air Force, CNBC reports.

Defense Contracts Awarded to Texas Firms

L-3 Communications' Link Simulation and Training Division, which is based in Arlington, Texas, was recently awarded a contract for more than $20.5 million to support Pakistan air force pilot training, reports the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

SAIC to Deliver Equipment to Navy under New Contract

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), a McLean, Virginia-based defense contractor, has announced that it has been awarded a contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic.

BAE Systems to Offer IT Support to Special Operations Command

BAE Systems, which is based in Arlington, Virginia, will reportedly provide IT services and technical support to the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) under a new contract.

Virginia Senate Candidate Emphasizes Importance of Small Business Defense Contracts

George Allen, a Republican Senate candidate for the state of Virginia, recently toured small business defense contractor Sim Ventions' facility, placing emphasis on the need for small businesses to have a better chance of winning defense contracts.

SAIC Awarded Department of Defense Ammunition Contract

Virginia-based defense contractor Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) recently received an ammunition and maintenance services contract from the Department of Defense.

India Deal to Preserve and Create Tens of Thousands of Defense Jobs

Officials in India have approved the purchase 10 heavy-life aircrafts from the U.S., which will likely protect and create thousands of defense jobs.

Defense Contractor to Merge Sectors Without Eliminating Personnel

BAE Systems recently announced it will consolidate its five company sectors into four without having to cut defense jobs.

Obama Calls on Manufacturing Industry to Advance Defense Systems

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) recently announced it will invest $1 billion over five years to add defense jobs in the manufacturing industry.

Maryland expanding proving grounds to add defense jobs

Over the next few months, the Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland will be expanding into a computer and technological center poised to create thousands of new intelligence and defense jobs, reports Delaware Online.

Virginia Company Plans to Create New Defense Jobs

Reston, Virginia-based Safety Technologies Incorporated, a manufacturer of fuel storage tanks, recently announced that it will invest $6 million to expand its corporate headquarters and construct a new manufacturing plant

New Maryland Cyber Training School to Train Students for Defense Jobs

TeleCommunication Systems Inc. recently opened a new technology center in Hanover, Maryland, designed to train people for cyber security and defense jobs, the Baltimore Business Journal reports.

L-3 Communications Awarded Air Force Contract for Operating Training System

Defense contractor L-3 Communications recently announced that it has secured a U.S. Air Force contract for which it will operate a training system program, The Associated Press reports.

General Dynamics Contract Means 100 New Defense Jobs

After receiving a contract from the Navy in December, General Dynamics announced recently that it plans to hire more than 100 employees for defense jobs related to the new work, according to The Associated Press.

Defense jobs coming to South Carolina business park

An $18 million expansion to Remount Business Park in North Charleston, South Carolina, is expected to be completed this summer and will include the addition of hundreds of defense jobs, the Post and Courier reports.

Defense Industry Booming in North Stafford, Virginia

The defense and intelligence industries are thriving in the U.S. 1 corridor in North Stafford, Virginia, where a number of companies are adding new defense jobs, reports the Free Lance-Star.

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