August 2002
Armada International;Aug/Sep2002, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p4
Presents updates related to the defense industries, as of August 2002. Contract awarded to Lockheed Martin to upgrade the mission systems configurations of several U.S. Customs Service P-3B Airborne Early Warning aircraft; Partnership of Thales Ang é nieux with Giat Industries to supply the day/night periscope for the French Army VBCI infantry fighting vehicle; Plan of Boeing to merge its space and communications sector with its military aircraft and missiles division.


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