Rapid Fire Morning 2011-06-21: CACI Acquires Pangia

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* Lockheed Martin is pushing to offer its F-35 to India, after aerodynamic performance in the the trials phase got its F-16IN Block 60+ rejected. Unfortunately for Lockheed, Indian procurement is very inflexible, the F-35’s own aerodynamic performance has been questioned, and India is beginning an A-MCA program of its own. * Raytheon gets $51.6 million from the US Navy to support their Extremely High Frequency Satellite Program (NESP) terminals. Raytheon’s AN/USC-38 MILSATCOM terminals are the predecessors to the new AEHF satellites’ secure Navy Multiband Terminals (NMT). * Raytheon also announces that it has delivered the first of three SeaVue expanded mission capability radars to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. * While IAI’s chairman views joint ventures with a degree of caution, the Chief Executive of EADS calls upon Europe’s rival unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) to cooperate more closely for the sake of efficiency and sovereignty. * CACI International announces that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Pangia Technologies [PDF], a software engineering company. Pangia provides a range of software solutions to the Intelligence Community, Department of Homeland Security and the United States’ Navy and Air Force. * Following last week’s photographs of construction gear being removed from China’s aircraft carrier, reports emerge that the vessel will begin sea trials on July 1st. * The […]

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