Rapid Fire 2011-03-01: Cutting Steel for CVN 79Feb 28, 2011 22:01 UTC by Defense Industry Daily staff
- India is planning to boost its defense spending by 11.6% in the next fiscal year to counter China’s growing military capabilities.
- How was the Stuxnet attack on Iran targeted?
- But a recent IAEA report says enrichment and production has continued at Natanz despite the Stuxnet slowdown, and adds that Iran continues to prepare military delivery vehicles etc. for nuclear weapons.
Categories: Americas - Other, Budgets, China, Contracts - Awards, Daily Rapid Fire, Delivery & Task Orders, Field Innovations, Forces - Strategic, India, Industry & Trends, Israel, IT - Cyber-Security, IT - Software & Integration, Middle East - Other, Missiles - Anti-Ship, Missiles - Surface-Air, Northrop-Grumman, Nuclear Weapons, Oshkosh, Russia, Signals Radio & Wireless, Simulation & Training, Small Business, Support Functions - Other, Surface Ships - Combat, T&C - SAIC, Tanks & Mechanized, Trucks & Transport, USA