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  1. Head of "Bomb Detector" company arrersted for fraud
  2. New JV between Marshall Land Systems and Plasa
  3. BAE Systems in Trouble for being naughty (ABC News)
  4. Mahindra/BAE JV for Indian programmes
  5. AUD$1 Billion in Exports?
  6. BAE & Anjani join forces in India
  7. BAE Heavy Focus on India
  8. MoD Research Grants for Industry results
  9. Israeli company Rafael plans JV with Bharat Electronics for missile systems
  10. THALES takes a tumble
  11. New Zealand Defence Force Awards Lockheed Martin 10-Year Logistics Contract
  12. Eurocopter in India
  13. BAE sells off some SAAB shares
  14. NG Naval "problems?"
  15. Sikorsky to move "some" production to India?
  16. Finmeccanica Seeks To Make U.S. Home Market
  17. NG aviation moves?
  18. Non-Company specific R&D
  19. Hifire: Five times the speed of sound
  20. The end of Vosper Thornycroft?
  21. Australian JSF work
  22. Oshkosh and GDLS Canada team for Canadian programmes
  23. German and South America Defence Industry alignment?
  24. UK Industry Reaction to the Budget
  25. Babcock International Group PLC has signed Terms of Business Agreement with MoD
  26. Alexium soaring after US Air Force tests
  27. Defence Housing completes half its homes
  28. HAL, Rolls-Royce Expand Joint Venture Relationship
  29. MBDA sets sights on US weapons sector
  30. Briefing: Major players look towards cash deployment to maintain growth
  31. Increasing UK Industry focus on Maintenance Business
  32. Textron, Romanian Firm To Jointly Build Armored Vehicles
  33. BAE tops global list of largest arms manufacturers
  34. ATK acquires Blackhawk Idustries
  35. Patria’s Structure to Be Re-Aligned
  36. Abu Dhabi MAR and ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems establish strategic partnership
  37. ASC Restructure - Update
  38. Rheinmetall Takes Up a Majority Stake in Verseidag Ballistic Protection GmbH
  39. Israel Military Industries Said to Prepare for IPO, Plan Cuts
  40. Rafael Advanced Defense Systems
  41. Bayern-Chemie Offers Gel-Based Rocket Propellant
  42. Northrop Grumman decides to move headquarters to Northern Virginia
  43. BAE Systems Opens New Engineering Hub In Melbourne
  44. Briefing: Pressure piles on Japanese government to ease export ban
  45. Defexpo Highlights Indian Procurement Needs
  46. BAE Systems Wins New Land Contracts in Nordic Markets
  47. Embraer Progresses On AEW Aircraft, KC-390
  48. Ness Technologies and Elbit Systems Joint Venture, NessBit........
  49. Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles GmbH – Closing After Antitrust Approval
  50. $500M Vehicle Sale Would Set Turk Export Record
  51. EADS profit drops 39% on currency hedges, A380 costs
  52. Rheinmetall - Regaining Balance With Defense
  53. BAE Systems and Portendo Sign IED Threat Detection Agreement
  54. BAE Systems Announces Agreement to Acquire Atlantic Marine
  55. Interview with Raytheon CEO
  56. Navantia and Lockheed Martin Agree to Collaborate On New Opportunities
  57. Boeing, Canadian Industry Partners Launch Advanced Composites Manufacturing Research
  58. Global Defence Spending
  59. Lockheed Sees Non-U.S. Sales Growing to 20 Percent
  60. CEO: Europe Economy Hasn't Cut GD Land Programs
  61. DEW Engineering collaborates even more!
  62. TAI Strengthens Position in Defence Aerospace Market (Part 1)
  63. Morin to French Industry: Forge Int’l R&D Efforts
  64. Boeing recovers Down Under
  65. U.S. Division of BAE Systems To Reorganize
  66. Sofradir Mulls U.S. Assembly Plant
  67. A New Model for Patria
  68. Boeing bites into Asian pie
  69. General Dynamics UK Acquires Kylmar
  70. Lockheed’s AML Adds Flexibility to C4ISR Sensor Development
  71. Priority Industry Capability Innovation Program
  72. ASD: Need For European Cooperation 'Particularly Acute' in Defense
  73. Foreign Secretary’s Policy Speech Welcomed by UK Defence Industry
  74. Navantia and Oto Melara Iberica Sign MoU for Technological Cooperation
  75. Rheinmetall - 100% Takeover of Norway's Simrad Optronics ASA
  76. LockMar Buyouts Keep Heat On
  77. Tata Advanced System (TASL) in joint venture with Lockheed
  78. MoD and F1 Motorsport Race Ahead to Provide Battlefield Technology
  79. Finmeccanica SpA changes
  80. Cut Carefully!
  81. UK Aerospace Industry Posts Robust Figures Despite Global Economic Woes
  82. Northrop to pull out of shipbuilding?
  83. BAE not betting on Typhoon order
  84. “MTU is Setting Global Benchmarks”
  85. Libs vow better deal for defence firms
  86. Israeli Vehicle Maker Launches NBC Division
  87. To UK Industry, Fox Offers Support, and a Warning
  88. Europe looks at Military Aerospace beyond 2035
  89. Taking 'Bang' Out of Explosives
  90. Indian Trade Body Seeks Access To Defense Tech
  91. AF Clears L-3 on Emails
  92. DHB Industries boss in court
  93. Calls for EU to Halt Corrupt Defense Deals
  94. India May Blacklist 4 Foreign Firms, 2 Local Firms
  95. French Cuts Will Affect Entire Defense Industry, Dassault Exec Says
  96. BAE Systems Reports Revenues Up 9 Percent
  97. Pentagon Goes Wiki With Crowdsourced Tech Project
  98. A Tale of Two Boeings
  99. The New DMO Commercial Group
  100. AIA Submits 20 Proposals for Pentagon's Efficiencies Effort
  101. The Defense Industry’s Summer Of Discontent
  102. Darpa Wants To Break The System Design Mold
  103. QinetiQ Australia Commences Provision of Engineering Services at DSTO Melbourne
  104. Lockheed Martin Signs License Agreement with Ceradyne, Inc., for Tekshield Armour
  105. SpaceX wins Industry Award
  106. Official: DoD Gets Some Innovations to Battlefield
  107. Elbit scaling back UAV division
  108. BAE Systems Reveals New Sterling Heights Design and Prototyping Center
  109. Revised U.S. Export Rules May Ease Overseas Sales
  110. The Struggle to Police Foreign Subcontractors in Iraq and Afghanistan (excerpt)
  111. Defence men gave information to bidders
  112. Elbit Systems Acquires Three of Mikal Group’s Subsidiaries in a Package Deal
  113. CHEMRING buys MECAR
  114. Boeing Defense Restructuring Eliminates Rotorcraft Division
  115. BAE Systems announces agreement to acquire OASYS Technology
  116. Efficiencies Begin to Bite; 600 Execs Leaving Lockheed
  117. Boeing to acquire Northrop?
  118. BAE to sell U.S.A. units
  119. DARPA Aims to Revolutionize Defense Manufacturing
  120. Israeli-French Joint Venture Targets tactical UAVs
  121. Abu Dhabi Firm Gains Control of Greek Shipyard
  122. EADS Defense & Security Renamed To Cassidian
  123. Korean Air Hopes To Overtake KAI in Home Market
  124. CEO Of Austal Shipbuilding Resigns
  125. Germany's ThyssenKrupp Pulls Out Of Iran
  126. Segway company owner dies riding two-wheeled machine off cliff
  127. “The Key to a Reliable Security Master Plan”
  128. Alcoa Defense Wins Contract to Supply Austal Sheet and Plate
  129. Supreme Court Takes Up A-12 Case
  130. Darpa to Teen Geeks: Build Us Better Robots
  131. U.K. Seeks Savings by Rewriting BAE, Rolls-Royce Contract Rules
  132. Armament Symposium brings DOD, industry together
  133. Brazil Needs to Create Conglomerates to Play Defense Market, Says Jobim
  134. Industry Days Help NATO Improve Capabilities to Face New Security Challenges
  135. Going Global: Rheinmetall Takes Over Laingsdale Engineering
  136. Elbit Systems Completes the Acquisition of Mikal's Holdings in Soltam, Saymar and ITL
  137. Korea Aims to Boost Defense Exports in 2020
  138. Crowley Leaves Lockheed for Raytheon
  139. Australia Establishes New Institute to Focus on World Leading Defence Research
  140. US Army Sizing Up Its Industrial Base
  141. Defense Manufacturing Revolution Moves Forward with META Contract Awards
  142. European Defense Trends: Budgets, Regulatory Frameworks, and the Industrial Base
  143. Clarity the Key to Success for Bribery Act Says UK High-Tech Industries
  144. Antony Hints at Major Policy Changes for Defence Industry
  145. SA Defence industry needs investment: Paramount Group exec chairman
  146. CAMCOPTER – More Than a Foot in the Door in the US Market
  147. Year of Milestones for the DMO
  148. Wegmann Takes Over Siemens’ Holdings in Krauss-Maffei Wegmann
  149. Lockheed pays $10 million to settle charging dispute with US government
  150. IAI and the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology will Cooperate in research
  151. A Win for Foreign Firms in Indian Defense.
  152. Defense Companies Fare Well In Gates Budget Cuts
  153. Rheinmetall Takes Over Complete Control of Verseidag Ballistic Protection GmbH
  154. The CEO of Germany's leading satellite manufacturer lost his job
  155. Boeing winds down the C17 workforce
  156. Israel Plans To Merge IMI, Rafael
  157. UK businessmen charged in 'AK-47 conspiracy'
  158. Mergers and spinoffs shake up the defense industry
  159. Ultra's power play
  160. New Armoured Vehicle Technology from Africa to Shake Up the Market
  161. Indian Arms Exports Fall to 'Laughable' Level
  162. Carter Signals OKs for Smaller Mergers
  163. US Defense Industrial Base
  164. A400M, other charges push Thales into red
  165. Board to Provide Expert Advice on Australian Defence Industry Innovation
  166. LM & Sikorsky offer to dispose of Aussie helicopters
  167. Quickstep's perfect timing
  168. Ashok Leyland Defence and KMW Sign MOU on Strategic Partnership
  169. Thales Australia, General Dynamics announce long-term strategic teaming agreement
  170. AgustaWestland and BAE Systems Sign Agreement In Australia
  171. Slovenian Government Wants to Freeze Patria Deals
  172. Nexter, Thales Hold Preliminary Talks on Alliance
  173. UK's High Military Spending Attracts Stakeholders in the Land Defence Market
  174. Saab receives significant order for the Carl-Gustaf system
  175. Big deals return to fashion
  176. MBDA eyes Spanish expansion
  177. Dassault Aviation – Changing Course Depends on Rafale Export
  178. EDA study to outline investment needs for future air systems
  179. Otokar – Targeting Growing Markets in Developing Countries
  180. Embraer Looks To Wider Security Market
  181. Austal USA Breaks Ground On Three New Facilities
  182. Interview with John Pickup, Managing Director of Amputees in Action
  183. Defence ditches weapon tender for Afghan war
  184. SORD USA – It’s On!
  185. Penman acquires Creation to create design and manufacturing capability of choice
  186. Former Yugoslav Nations Seek to Partner on Kuwaiti M-84 Upgrade Contract
  187. Mythbuster Developing U.S. Military Armor
  188. European Industries Group Urges R&T Investment
  189. Brazil aerospace and defense industry evolves
  190. GE’s Blue Arc Technology “Superfast Machining for Superalloy Metals”
  191. European firms urged to 'get on with it' on UAS collaboration
  192. Lockheed expects delays for Middle East aircraft orders
  193. New team emerges in UK military ATC contest
  194. Investigation reveals Boeing overcharged US Army on Chinook parts
  195. Sikorsky wins Robert J. Collier trophy for X2 technology
  196. New Government Support for Exports Welcomed by High-Tech Industries
  197. Russia Defense Industry Fails To Deliver
  198. 3 Defense stocks to buy after bin Laden’s death
  199. Heckler & Koch Issues Bond, Plans Restructure
  200. Tide rising for deal makers
  201. General Dynamics Canada Announces Centre of Excellence for Underwater ISR
  202. Sacked defence employee gets job back
  203. Bell Braces For Looming Helo Downturn
  204. Next Stage of Industry Consultation on US Defence Trade Treaty
  205. Rolls Royce acquires MTU (amongst others)
  206. Pratt & Whitney military engines boss makes abrupt departure
  207. IMDEX 2011: Australia highlights South-East Asian strategy
  208. Malaysia Eyes Bigger Market for M4 Carbine
  209. Supreme Court Overturns A-12 Ruling Against Contractors
  210. AIA Issues Report on Defense Investment
  211. Boeing Flags Goals, Concerns For Defense Division
  212. General Dynamics Land Systems Australia Awarded Contract
  213. Saab mounts American push
  214. OSHKOSH in trouble over the FMTV contract?
  215. Face to Face: Lockheed Martin CEO Robert Stevens
  216. Strong Year from £23bn UK Aerospace Sector Despite Tough Global Economy
  217. Boeing Sees Big Special-Mission 737 Market
  218. Thales Loses Court Appeal, Owes Taiwan $591M
  219. Saab Completes Internal Investigation Regarding Consultant Contract in South Africa
  220. U.S. Arms Makers Look Overseas As Domestic Demand Shrinks
  221. IAI President Itzhak Nissan: “IAI is Prepared to Go Public”
  222. Thales Australia and Nammo announce strategic agreement
  223. Fincantieri Buys North American Shipyards
  224. PARIS: Defence industry stays quiet at Paris
  225. L-3's break up would be a sign of things to come
  226. Lockheed Cuts 1,500 From Aeronautics Workforce
  227. Icahn Seeks Talks With Armored-Truck Maker Oshkosh After Reporting Stake
  228. Thales Combines Cybersecurity Efforts
  229. U.K. Defense Review Ignores Hit On Industry: RUSI
  230. Russia outlines defence export ambitions
  231. ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems – Restructuring largely complete / Strategy confirmed
  232. CEO DMO Resigns
  233. What went wrong with US Army aquisitions??
  234. OZ & UK to share defence research fascillities
  235. Mil Industry Day twixt UK & France
  236. US Defense Industry Careers uncertain
  237. EADS makes some Vision 2020 headway
  238. Germany, France Mull Ship-Building Alliance
  239. Proposed IMI-Rafael Merger Canceled
  240. A Case for Top-Tier Consolidation In Defense
  241. Taiwan’s AIDC balances defence and commercial work
  242. Raytheon Sues U.K. Over E-Border Deal Termination
  243. Top 100 Special Report: 2010 a year of rebound
  244. Defence Skills Plan to Meet the Challenges Ahead
  245. What Country is the Biggest Pain when it Comes to Defense Business?
  246. Declining Budgets and Falling Procurement Could Put Brakes on European Military
  247. Updated Information Regarding the CROWS Program
  248. Don't Mess with R&D Budgets
  249. DoD Industry matters........
  250. Industry face post-SDSR questions at UK's DSEi