Welcome to today's Defense Business Briefing, your weekly roundup of the latest defense industry news.
Raytheon Intelligence & Space announced a new name for its secretive advanced technology division, according to a company press release.
The boom system for the LMXT air refueling tanker would be manufactured at an unspecified location in western Arkansas if the LMXT wins a potential bridge tanker competition, according to a Lockheed Martin press release.
Air Mobility Command's 2022 Summer Industry Preview will be held at Scott Air Force Base between July 12-13, according to an AMC release.
The gap in production between the LHA-9 and LHA-10 amphibious assault ships will result in a cost increase for the Navy and impact the industrial base, according to a service leader.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems will deliver two MQ-9A unmanned aircraft to the 3rd Marine Littoral Regiment next summer, a company official said.
The Navy will submit a legislative proposal to Congress that will include nine destroyers in a multiyear contract plus an option ship to "provide flexibility," according to a senior service official.
The Navy is asking for industry’s input on an air vehicle that can accurately deliver a maritime mine.
Former Rep. Jim Moran (D-VA) has joined Castellum's advisory board, according to a company announcement.
Senior defense officials are slated to speak at several public events this week.
As coastal installations face rising sea levels, recurring flooding and other disastrous impacts of climate change, the Navy has outlined its course of action to build a climate-ready force by 2030.
The Army would increase development spending on its medium and heavy tactical vehicles by tens of millions of dollars under its fiscal year 2023 budget request, including programs to bring limited electrification and autonomy to cargo trucks.