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Boeing | Lockheed Martin | Satellites & Sensors | Testing & Evaluation | USA

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Boeing’s new CTOhad no comment… In a news release regarding its Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) next generation narrowband tactical communications satellite, Lockheed Martin had some interesting things to say: “Boeing’s heritage building UFO spacecraft is a key component of the MUOS program. “Successful completion of the PDR phase demonstrates that the design of the Boeing-built payload will deliver enhanced narrowband connectivity to the U.S. Navy. We are proud of our role in providing ubiquitous voice, video and data to warfighters on the ground, in the air, and on the seas,” said Michael Gianelli, Boeing’s vice president of national security communications programs.” You know, we had always wondered about those rumors… UHF Follow-On satellite program background.

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