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Orbital

September 1, 2015

Orbital Receives Insitu Order for UAV Engines and Propulsion Systems

Orbital Corporation Limited has received an order valued at US$9.7 million from Insitu Inc., a subsidiary of The Boeing Company, to manufacture an initial batch of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (“UAV”) engines and propulsion systems. In May 2015, Insitu announced Orbital as their preferred engine supplier for the ScanEagle UAV. To facilitate aggressive customer program timing requirements,

February 10, 2015

ATK Completes Tax-Free Spin-Off of Vista Outdoor Inc.

ARLINGTON, Va. and DULLES, Va., Feb. 9, 2015—Alliant Techsystems Inc. ("ATK") (NYSE: ATK) today announced that it has completed the previously announced tax-free spin-off of its Sporting Group business to ATK stockholders as a newly formed company named Vista Outdoor Inc. ("Vista Outdoor").  Following the spin-off, ATK and Orbital Sciences Corporation ("Orbital") (NYSE:ORB) successfully completed the tax-free, all-stock merger