Navy to transfer satellite communications responsibilities to Air Force
Inmarsat Government Nabs Large Pentagon Bandwidth Contract
Technical Issues Prompt U.S. Navy To Delay Certification of MUOS
U.S. Navy’s 3rd MUOS Satellite Arrives at Cape Canaveral

Navy’s Fifth MUOS Satellite Wrapping Up Final Testing

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The satellite is expected to launch in summer 2015.

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Three of Four MUOS Stations Accepted by Navy
U.S. Navy Resumes Work on MUOS Ground Station Following Six-month Standoff with Sicily
With Goddard Chamber Booked for Webb, MMS Heads to Navy Lab for Vacuum Tests
U.S. Navy’s MUOS-2 Satellite in Transfer Orbit, Responding to Commands
Atlas 5 Launches Navy’s MUOS-2 Satellite into Orbit
U.S. Navy Tries To Allay Fears over Sicilian MUOS Site

Lockheed Delivers SBIRS Craft, Tests Navy Satellite

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Lockheed has delivered a SBIRS craft to the U.S. Air Force and completed ground testing of MUOS.

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Lockheed Delivers MUOS Waveform to U.S. Navy

U.S. Navy Commissions First MUOS Satellite

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The first of a new generation of mobile communications satellites built for the U.S. Navy has entered into service.

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U.S. Navy Admiral Tapped for MDA Post

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WASHINGTON — U.S. President Barack Obama has selected U.S. Navy Rear Adm. James Syring as the next director of the U.S. Missile Defense Agency (MDA), according to a Pentagon announcement.

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Globecomm, DRS, L-3 Win Navy Spawar Orders

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Globecomm Systems of Hauppauge, N.Y., DRS Technical Services of Herndon, Va., and L-3 Communications’ 3Di Technologies division of Hanover, Md., will provide satellite communications network equipment and related services to the U.S. Navy under contracts with a combined potential value of $85 million over the next five years, the Pentagon announced July 9.

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