Rapid Fire: Evening 2011-05-31May 31, 2011 00:01 UTC by Defense Industry Daily staff
- As a British Government Minister declares that offensive cyber warfare is an integral part of the UK’s armory, the Ministry of Defence outline their new Materiel Strategy.
- Cassidian win contract to provide the Canadian Navy new technologies to detect and counter laser-based threats against its vessels.
- The US Navy announces that CVN 79, the 2nd Ford Class aircraft carrier, will be named the USS John F. Kennedy. It will continue the namesake legacy of the non-nuclear powered CV 67, retired in 2007.
- The U.S. Navy successfully tested the DDG 1000′s Integrated Power System (IPS) at full power at the Land Based Test Site located in Philadelphia, May 11.
- The U.S. Navy also approves ATK’s Hostile Fire Indication (HFI) capability upgrade for the AAR-47 Missile Warning System.
- Singapore’s ST Engineering announce the formation of a joint venture (JV) company with Nanyang Technological University and DSO National Laboratories. The JV will design, develop and produce advanced earth observation satellites.
- India’s Mahindra and Mahindra report a 6.4% year-on-year rise in fourth quarter net profit.
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