Rapid Fire 2011-03-10: Rosoboronexport 2011 Sales

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* USMC could lose up to a 3rd of its acquisition money, $563 million, under a FY 2011 continuing resolution, Commandant Gen. James Amos tells Senate Armed Services Committee. * Former L-3 engineer Sixing “Steve” Liu faces up to 20 years in prison on charges of exporting defense-related technical data to China without a license. * Russia’s state-run arms exporter Rosoboronexport expects to make $9.5 billion in arms sales in 2011. * South Korean Defense Minister Kim Kwan-jin vows to beef up defense against GPS jamming after confirming that the North tried to jam the South’s military GPS devices. * DARPA, Northrop Grumman test MQ-9 Global Hawk as unmanned aerial tanker. * China suspected in cyber attack on French finance ministry targeting G20 summit documents. * US Naval Academy adds some cybersecurity classes to its core curriculum.

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