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First Images from SBIRS GEO-3 Received
The Lockheed Martin team is also working to modernize the fifth and sixth SBIRS satellites under a no-cost contract modification for the US Air Force.
Disaster Response and Connecting Affected Communities Enabled by SES
The plug-and-play modular RRV solution can easily integrate and deploy an array of communications technologies and devices aboard its mobile vehicle...
Japan's New Satellite to Keep an Eye on North Korea
The Radar 5 unit was carried into space on Japan’s mainstay H-IIA rocket from a launch site in the country’s southwest.
Orbital ATK Adds Their Expertise and Technologies to ULA's WGS-9 Launch
Both the satellite and Delta IV launch vehicle use cutting-edge technologies from multiple Orbital ATK facilities.
Satellite and Cell Services Contract in Support of VA Transportation Services Through Kevadiya Gained by ORBCOMM
The VA recently extended the VTS program based on the success of the ORBCOMM-Kevadiya telematics solution.
A Double Celebration as USAF's WGS-9 Launches on the Air Force's 70th Anniversary 
What a day, a launch and an anniversary celebration for the USAF.
Aerojet Rocketdyne Gets All Fired Up ... Engine Launches WGS-9 for USAF
RS-68A booster engine, the RL10B-2 upper-stage engine, 14 helium pressurization tanks, and a 100 lbf bipropellant apogee-raising engine...
Cheers! to USAF On Its 70th Anniversary and Launch of WGS-9 Satellite
... Wideband constellation as it is a major milestone in a 20-year partnership with Canada, Denmark, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and New Zealand.
USAF Prepares for Launch of WGS Which Many Nations' Military Support
​Lieutenant Colonel James Dryburgh, New Zealand Deputy Director C4 Operations stated, "WGS has provided the cornerstone of the New Zealand Defence Force's... 
Contract Mod Received by Lockheed Martin for SBIRS Constellation Ground Works
The integrated system supports multiple missions simultaneously, while meeting stringent availability requirements.
USAF Delivers GPS III Launch Contract to SpaceX
SpaceX will provide the Government with a total launch solution for the GPS-III satellite...
COMSAT Awarded Contract to Provide Department of Defense with Global Xpress SATCOM as a Service (SaaS)
Global Xpress SaaS provides 24/7/365 management, monitoring and support globally and delivers guaranteed data rates to satisfy mission requirements...
Harris Falcon III® Manpack Gains NSA Type-1 Certification
The Harris RF-300H manpack delivers data up to 10 times faster and is 20 percent smaller and lighter than previous radios.
Israel Aerospace Industries' ​ELM-2112 Radar ... Sees Despite Trees ... Penetrates Dense Foliage
the new radar can penetrate from several kilometers away into dense vegetation, detects moving targets in dense shrubs, forests, and jungles...
 Micro-Hyperspec enables GHGSat's Claire to capture 500th measurement of green house gas emissions 
A sensor proven for military/defense applications, Headwall’s Micro-Hyperspec is small, light, and robust spectral imager for LEO satellite use.
Channel partners across the Channel ... Airbus and Intelsat General deliver flexible MILSATCOM
What happens when you move a satellite? You can extend X-band and UHF coverage in a different region... and they did.
A plethora of products from Teledyne Microwave Solutions (TMS) presented at D.C. show...
Products and capabilities are available for both Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) and Near COTS applications, but also for full Mil-Spec requirements.
Hughes DISD wins General Atomics SATCOM contract and Hughes Network Systems releases HughesNet® Gen5
The new SkyGuardiantm aircraft will provide a next-generation capability...
Thales’ first for land-mobile community and military... MissionLINK's complete broadband connectivity
Iridium Certus broadband services over a network of 66 satellites that cover 100 percent of the globe, and the most difficult to service, remote locations.
This booster needs a boost...delay called WGS-9 SATCOM mission for the US Air Force  
WGS has 19 independent coverage areas, 18 of which can be positioned throughout its field-of-view.