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July 11, 2016

UTC Aerospace Systems Awarded Study Contract For Integrating MS-177 Sensor with the USAF Distributed Common Ground System

FARNBOROUGH, England, July 11, 2016 — UTC Aerospace Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX), announced the award of a study contract to complete the integration of its MS-177 sensor system into the U.S. Air Force (USAF) Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS).  Awarded by Lockheed Martin, the contract will support the USAF and

February 1, 2016

Harris Corporation to Offer Fully Digital GPS III Payload

MELBOURNE, Fla.—Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) has announced that it will offer an all-digital navigation payload for GPS III Space Vehicles (SV) 11 and beyond. Harris’ fully digital navigation payload will add value to the U.S. Air Force’s GPS mission by offering enhanced performance and enabling on-orbit reprogramming. The all-digital payload expands on the advanced features of

March 3, 2015

A Military Weather Satellite Exploded in Space

The U.S. Air Force confirmed to Space News that it lost a 20-year-old military weather satellite in a “catastrophic event” that produced 43 pieces of space debris on Feb. 3, 2015.