Sunday, November 29, 2020

Topic: Textron Systems

Textron Systems continue CUSV unmanned surface ship tests

Textron Systems, a unit of Textron, announced that it is currently performing a series of tests on its unmanned surface ship, called the Common...

U.S. Navy awards contract to ATAC for fighter jet training support

Airborne Tactical Advantage Company (ATAC) that specializes in providing a professional, solid, adversary air presentation, announced Monday that it has been selected to continue...

Textron Systems’ Aerosonde drone fleet surpasses 500000 flight hours milestone

Textron Systems has announced that the overall Aerosonde small Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) fleet has achieved 500,000 flight hours across global operations. "We are proud...

Textron Systems shows off Army’s newest infantry rifles

U.S. defense contractor Textron Systems, part of American conglomerate Textron, has shown two versions of the new squad automatic rifle developed under the Next Generation Squad Weapons...

Textron teams with German Rheinmetall to develop new infantry combat vehicle

Last week, Textron Systems has announced that it is teaming with American Rheinmetall Vehicles, a subsidiary of Germany-based Rheinmetall Defence, to support the U.S....

Textron Systems, Shield AI will integrate AI technology into unmanned systems

Textron Systems, an aerospace and defense development and manufacturing unit of the Textron conglomerate, has announced that it will cooperate with Shield AI in support...

Textron contracted to support work on GBSD missile system

Textron Systems, an aerospace and defense development and manufacturing unit of the Textron conglomerate, has been awarded a contract to support work on the Ground...

Textron Systems’ Aerosonde aircraft tested extensively at U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground

Aerosonde, Textron Systems' versatile unmanned aircraft, has undergone extensive testing at U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground (YPG) for most of its existence, according to...

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