New Cyber Advisories. A Russian government sponsored actor has been conducting cyber security attacks against U.S. state, local, territorial and tribal government networks, and aviation networks, since at least September, says an Oct. 22 joint cyber security advisory by the FBI and Cybersecurity ...

Texas-based Fluor [FLR], a major contractor at Department of Energy nuclear weapon sites, lost $171 million, or $1.22 per share, for its first quarter that ended March 31, according to results released Thursday. Since late 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice ...

Executive Change. Northrop Grumman’s board has elected Tom Jones as corporate vice president and president of the Aeronautics Systems sector, succeeding Janis Pamiljans, who is retiring in February. Jones, who will assume his new position on Jan. 1, 2020, is currently sector vice president and ...

In this monthly column, Defense Daily highlights individuals from across the government, industry and academia whose efforts contribute daily to national defense, from the program managers to the human resource leaders, to the engineers and logistics officers. Crystal Peck is the senior director ...

Long-Term Space Transportation Surge. As U.S. Transportation Command (TRANSCOM) pursues cooperative research and development agreements with SpaceX and Texas-based Exploration Architecture Corporation (XArc) on rapid deliveries of 80 short tons of materiel and possibly personnel through space, ...

Stone Sea Trials. The Coast Guard’s newest National Security Cutter (NSC), the Stone (WMSL 758), successfully completed acceptance sea trials and will be delivered to the service in early November, according to shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls Industries. Stone will be the ninth Coast Guard NSC in ...