Rapid Fire 2011-04-04: AGM-114R | EMATTs

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* Russia to move Navy headquarters from Moscow to St. Petersburg by 2012, the Defense Ministry said. * Where is DoD’s billions of dollars in FY 2012 cybersecurity spending going? Nextgov takes a look. * Providence Equity Partners agrees to acquire SRA International, a Fairfax, VA-based defense consulting firm, for $1.88 billion in cash. * Global aerospace and defense sector reaches $646 billion in revenue and $58 billion in operating profit in 2010, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers. * Thailand dispatches its carrier, HTMS Chakri Naruebet, to evacuate tourist flood victims stranded on southern islands. The carrier has been criticized as a “tourist attraction,” due to its low operational use, and the operating cost issues associated with that may also bear on Thailand’s bid to buy small SSK U206A submarines. * Voice of Russia: “A rapprochement between Moscow and Brussels on Euro-ABM issues is indeed a complicated matter, but it is not hopeless, the Russian envoy to NATO believes…” * New all-platform, all-target AGM-114R Hellfire II missile completes proof-of-principle tests, heading into system qualification. It will replace 4 of the 6 current missile variants (AGM-114K/ K-A/ M/ P) * Environmental assessments are holding up efforts by American Ordinance to shift munitions production […]

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