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Boeing out and Raytheon in with new US acting defense secretary

Washington - In a sudden change of positions Patrick Shanahan, the acting Defense Secretary announced that he would be withdrawing from consideration as a permanent Secretary.

Arms makers spend large sums promoting products in U.K. schools

Both British and foreign arms companies are promoting their brands in U.K. schools spending millions of pounds according to new research. The promotion involves both U.K.-based firms and foreign companies.

U.S. missile defense system strikes target in test

Washington - The Boeing-managed ground-based system intended to shield the continental United States intercepted a simulated incoming missile over the Pacific Ocean for the first time Sunday, the Pentagon said.

Op-Ed: News fails to reveal major conflicts of interest in Syrian debate

Last month, the news was full of pundits advocating “intervention” (that means bombing) in Syria. The guests gained credibility with titles like “Former National Security Adviser,” but their current positions may have been much more relevant.

Op-Ed: New Raytheon Big Data surveillance can track ‘trillions’ online

Sydney - …And yet more surveillance software. This time it’s Raytheon’s Riot software, a Big Data behavioural analytics program. Given the fury about other types of electronic surveillance, RIOT may be a very apt name for this software.
 

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Space debris in low-earth orbit  shown here in a computer-generated image  will be given a new light...
Space debris in low-earth orbit, shown here in a computer-generated image, will be given a new light, or beam, thanks to multi-million dollar contracts the US Air Force awareded to Lockheed Martin and Raytheon.
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