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Rebranded and expanded, Janus Global Operations seeks to boost sales

Marjorie Censer | May 3, 2016
Following multiple acquisitions, stability operations contractor Sterling Global Operations has rebranded itself as Janus Global Operations and is seeking growth.

Late May flight tests to assess redesigned rocket motor that has bedeviled SM-3 Block IB

Jason Sherman | May 3, 2016
MDA aims to flight test a redesigned component of the SM-3 Block IB interceptor later this month in a bid to evaluate the efficacy of recent third-stage rocket motor engineering changes, a prerequisite to advancing long-delayed plans to transition the Raytheon program to full-rate production.

Navy reveals follow-on increments for unmanned tanker program

Lee Hudson | May 3, 2016
The Navy recently revealed that the future unmanned tanker that will operate from an aircraft carrier will have follow-on increments to include precision weapons targeting, a radar and will be able to receive aerial refueling.

Defense Business Alert

Rebranded and expanded, Janus Global Operations seeks to boost sales

Following multiple acquisitions, stability operations contractor Sterling Global Operations has rebranded itself as Janus Global Operations and is seeking growth.

Defense Budget Alert

McCain opposes OCO-to-base funding shifts; sets up likely conference issue with House

Less than a day after House authorizers approved their fiscal year 2017 defense policy bill, comments made by Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain (R-AZ) regarding his dissatisfaction with the increasingly common practice of using the Overseas Contingency Operations money to fund the Pentagon's base budget priorities indicate that the stage is set for a major conference issue with the House.