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Taser shares fall during first quarter despite 9 percent increase in revenue

SCOTTSDALE – Company reports $2.1 million increase in revenue compared to 2008 first quarter [Read More]

Tactical Intelligence System
Raytheon first-quarter profit jumps 14 percent

Tucson-based Missile Systems sales increase 14 percent [Read More]

Ground  Soldier Ensemble
Arizona contractors receive multi-million-dollar cut of military contract

General Dynamics, Raytheon receive parts of Ground Soldier Ensemble contract [Read More]

M1 Abram
Honeywell nets $73.9 million Army contract

Majority of the work will be conducted in Phoenix for Abrams Tank needs [Read More]

Sea Sparrow
Raytheon nabs $15.3 million missile contract

Tucson – Work on Sea Sparrow missile system to be conducted primarily in Tucson. [Read More]

Sandra Day O'Connor
Sandra Day O'Connor touts civics lessons via games

Former Supreme Court Justice says technology can aid in Constituional education. [Read More]

Air Force Gen. Kevin Chilton
Pentagon spends $100 million to fix cyber attacks

The Pentagon spent more than $100 million in the last six months responding to and repairing damage from cyber attacks and other computer network problems. [Read More]

F-22 Raptor
F-22 Raptor program cut will not greatly affect Arizona, may benefit F-35 opportunities

Defense Secretary Robert Gates has proposed massive cuts to the U.S. military budgets, including the F-22 Raptor fighter jet program. The planes, which cost more approximately $143 million each, total more than 180 in the Air Force. [Read More]

Rod Beckstrom
Washinton Post: Federal cyber security chief resigns

Rod Beckstrom cited issues with increased control by NSA [Read More]

Yuma Airport
Yuma Airport prepares for expanded needs

Increased military presence, proving ground clients adding increased space at airport and private outlining aerospace areas [Read More]

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