Dan Dupont

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Daily News | November 18, 1999

Defense Secretary William Cohen, on a trip through South America, this week joined his Chilean counterpart in signing a joint statement on defense-related environmental cooperation.

Daily News | November 18, 1999

The Air Force this week awarded ECC International Corp. of Orlando, FL, a $486 million contract for the upkeep of aircrew maintenance and training systems.

Daily News | November 18, 1999

The Pentagon's top acquisition official this week approved a Joint Requirements Oversight Council recommendation to make the Army the lead service for ground-based National Missile Defense, a title the service has long coveted.

Daily News | November 18, 1999

Israel has asked to buy 700 Joint Direct Attack Munition tail kits and associated equipment in a deal potentially worth $45 million.

Daily News | November 16, 1999

Deputy Defense Secretary John Hamre last week approved a plan to consolidate the management and workforce of the Defense Acquisition University, moving more than 200 officials from the services and the Defense Logistics Agency to DAU.

Daily News | November 15, 1999

The Army announced late last week it plans to inspect its entire fleet of AH-64 Apache helicopters for faulty gearbox components.

Daily News | November 11, 1999

The Defense Department this week handed out more than $1.7 billion worth of contracts to four companies for the production of Multi-Mode Receivers in support of the Global Air Traffic Management program.

Daily News | November 11, 1999

Northrop Grumman announced this week it has been picked to evaluate the performance of new sensors that may be used in support of the Open Skies treaty.

Daily News | November 9, 1999

The Army's Multiple Launch Rocket System, built by Lockheed Martin, was successfully test-fired last week using a European-produced AT-2 rocket, the company said in a statement.

Daily News | November 8, 1999

The Army announced today (Nov. 8) that its fleet of Apache helicopters will "undergo a one-time inspection and possible replacement" of a tail rotor system component cited as the cause of a January crash that resulted in the loss of a helicopter and minor injuries to two crew members.

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